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The building at 547 and 549 E Grand River Ave, home to the Greater Lansing Visitor Center, apartment space and until recently Sweet Lorraine’s Fabulous Mac n’ Cheez!, has seen businesses come and go for decades, landlord Steve Perry said.Perry, a manager with Perry Investment Group, LLC, said his family has owned the building since it was built in 1946.
Political science junior Aaron Stephens announced that he is running for East Lansing City Council on Friday.
Since March 31, MSU police have recorded 29 crimes in the Clery Crime and Fire Log, ranging from larceny to vehicle theft to illegal use of a credit card.
MSU police and the Canadian Railroad Police responded to a 66-year-old woman trapped under a train at the Amtrak station near Harrison Rd.
This June will be the 30th anniversary of the closing of East Lansing’s last movie theater, the Campus Theatre, whose lobby once sat at the Grand River Ave.
The East Lansing Police Department will host their first open house on Thursday at 409 Park Ln.
On Jan. 30, an alleged criminal sexual conduct incident was reported to MSU police. The alleged criminal sexual conduct occurred on Dec. 16, 2016, at 1855 Place, according to the Clery Crime and Fire Log. The case is currently listed as active.
As of around noon, the City of East Lansing’s phone system is down.An alert sent out by the city at 12:30 p.m.
A Michigan Senate bill to remove sales tax from feminine hygiene products has progressed from the finance committee to the Senate.
Councilmember Erik Altmann, elected at the same time as Draheim and Mayor Mark Meadows, said Draheim is very dedicated to the community and to the city.“She works hard and she has policy expertise, which she brings to bear on our discussions, and she always has an eye out for compromise which has helped the council gel in the last year and a half,” Altmann said.“We’ve worked on a number of issues and I think we have similar views on specific issues like transportation and environmental policy, and she knows more about this stuff from her day job than I do from mine.
U.S. News and World Report recently named MSU’s supply chain management program the best undergraduate supply chain program in the nation for 2017. According to department chair David Closs, this is the sixth year in a row MSU has won the honor.
East Lansing’s Brownfield Redevelopment Authority, or BRA, voted to send the current brownfield plan for the Center City District project to East Lansing City Council.
The contract of Curtis Blackwell, the director of college advancement and performance for MSU football, has been extended by a month, MSU spokesperson Jason Cody confirmed via text message.
U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) announced on Tuesday she will vote against Judge Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court nomination.
Since the start of the spring semester, MSU police have responded to five reports of inhalation of a chemical agent at Hubbard Hall. There have been no other incidents reported anywhere else on campus.
East Lansing police are investigating an incident involving a man who allegedly impersonated a police officer.
The Record Lounge owner Heather Frarey stood behind the counter of her shop and watched longtime customers browse through her stock around 6 p.m. Tuesday, for the last time in East Lansing.
There is yet another pizza option for East Lansing residents as Blaze Pizza opened Monday at 437 E. Grand River Ave. Blaze Pizza opened among a rash of East Lansing businesses that closed during the past year.
The details of the American Health Care Act, the Republican Party’s proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act, may be unfamiliar to many members of the MSU community.
The latest iterations of downtown development projects Park District and Center City District were presented to the East Lansing Planning Commission Wednesday night, and in some aspects it appears the two projects have warmed to the idea of coexistence.Attorney for Park District developer Convexity Properties David Pierson presented the project’s new site plan at the meeting.