| March 28, 2021
The Williamston Theatre will remain closed under the current COVID-19 safety guidelines that only allow 50% capacity, because the staff has to sell enough tickets to meet financial projections.
Two Lansing restaurants, Detroit Frankie’s Wood Fired Brick Oven and Good Truckin’ Diner, are relocating to share a restaurant in the city’s south side.
ST. CLAIR, Mich. – Spencer Hack’s brain went into autopilot as he swam the 100-meter breaststroke on March 13 in the Blue Division meet.
The Mason High School yearbook staff, and yearbook staffs across the country, have had to adapt to a new way of creating a book of memories amid being in a pandemic. With many school events and clubs being cancelled, it has been a challenge to chronicle this remote school year. Mason High School yearbook staff attends class over Zoom.
MSU Sophomore Michael Zyrek is loved around East Lansing. He’s the President of Sigma Nu and impacted a lot of Spartan lives throughout his two years. But during a workout with one of his close friends mid-February, he began having a raging headache and texted his girlfriend saying something just felt off. It was then […]
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Michigan State basketball hosts Duke in one of the biggest regular season matchups! Plus, football is going “bowling” after a win on senior night against Maryland. That and more on this weeks Spartan Sports Report!
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The Michigan State Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education has had a drive-through vaccination clinic for a few months now, but the university created a student-only site. Students can now receive the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine at the MSU Pavilion.
GRAND LEDGE- A project to build a new roundabout, approved by voters over two years ago, might be finally getting under way. The roundabout project, which is part of Grand Ledge Public Schools' 22-acre athletic field restructuring, was designed to help with the flow of traffic from the high school, middle school and the new athletic fields that are under development by providing access to and from M-43. The roundabout project will be placed on M-43 between Jenne St.
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