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  • Pandemic causing ‘Bigs’ shortage for Big Brothers Big Sisters

    Big Brothers Big Sisters is facing a local mentor shortage due to the pandemic, Lansing area chapter leaders say. Without the ability to operate in schools early in the coronavirus pandemic, some mentor relationships had to be severed because it wasn't as easy for children — dubbed "Littles" — to meet with their "Bigs."

  • Popeyes slated to open 3rd area restaurant, at Cedar and Willoughby

    Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen plans to build a new location near the intersection of Cedar Street and Willoughby Road in Lansing. The restaurant will replace the China East Buffet that formerly operated at 7050 S. Cedar St., across from Kroger, according to Lansing’s Department of Economic Development & Planning.

  • Located at the corner of North Chestnut Street and Pleasant Street is Luke’s House, Loaves and Fishes Ministries’s transitional sheltering program for men. Luke’s House provides longer-term housing for men that offers the opportunity to get job training and experience, education and other long-term solutions needed to secure and keep permanent housing, according to the ministry.
    COVID-19 creating challenges for shelters, programs for homeless

    Local shelter officials say the COVID-19 pandemic has led to shortages of volunteers, funding, donations, jobs and housing for shelters — making it that much harder for people who are homeless to get assistance.  Loaves and Fishes Ministries operates an emergency overnight shelter with three properties in the Lansing area. Guest advocacy manager Brent Anderson said the ministry does what it can to help the community.  “Homeless people are individuals just like us.