Caroline Miller is native to Plymouth, Michigan and came to Michigan State University in 2018. Her journalistic interests include broadcasting, writing, reporting, and editing. In addition to the Spartan Newsroom, her work has appeared on Impact89FM as an editing assistant and a podcast host for The State.
The local farmers market has become an essential resource for many entrepreneurs launching new ventures. While they provide residents with produce and other goods, they provide startups with a customer base and and a test environment to develop and market products.
A Holt-based program that provides gifts to families in need is relying on Amazon for its Christmas shopping this year. Give-A-Kid Projects is using Amazon wish lists to allow donors to virtually shop for presents during the pandemic.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved more waivers allowing Holt Public Schools to provide seven days of free meals, including fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, to students and families during the pandemic.
Construction delays are adding to list of problems a Holt resident says she has with a Holt redevelopment project. But township officials and the developer of the Esker Square project say, except for delays caused mostly by the coronavirus pandemic, the project is meeting expectations.
The League of Women Voters of Lansing Area has created a voter guide for Holt residents. The guide is designed to inform and educate residents on the candidates, proposals and the different ways to vote.