Former President Barack Obama stopped at Renaissance High School in Detroit this past weekend for a limited national tour to support democratic candidates up and down the ballot. More than three thousand Michiganders attended the event.
With more than nine million apps in the world, a recent graduate and a current student thought one was missing. That is, a dedicated space for collaborating with local creatives, sharing projects and celebrating creative individuals.
After multiple teenage deaths in Lansing, a group of area pastors came together to issue a series of recommendations to the city to county gun violence and four other critical concerns.
The city of Lansing will use a $250,000 state grant to help residents in the Churchill Downs neighborhood improve the exterior of their homes.
Sixty grants were awarded to Ingham County restaurants that were negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two local performance-based artist collectives are trying to raise awareness about women’s rights as key court cases challenging the right to an abortion go before the U.S. Supreme Court
DOWNTOWN BUSINESS: State workers are gradually returning to their Lansing offices, giving downtown business owners renewed hope after struggling financially for more than a year. Half of the state’s roughly 50,000 employees worked remotely during the pandemic, including about 20,000 in Lansing. That left some small businesses in the heart of the city struggling. By Alexandra Hall. FOR LANSING CITY PULSE AND ALL POINTS.
Lansing Community College is requiring all students, faculty and staff to wear face masks indoors at all LCC locations, regardless of vaccination status.
State workers are gradually returning to the office, giving downtown Lansing business owners renewed hope after struggling for more than a year.
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 the homeless community to get assistance.