Holiday season is one of the most impactful seasons for small businesses, and with COVID-19 finally calming down, it’s more important than ever that these businesses receive heavy amounts of online support and foot traffic to keep doors open.
The Michigan cannabis market has been rock n’ rolled by country singer Willie Nelson after his line of products, Willie’s Reserve, nearly sold out at all 15 dispensaries across the state after the product’s launch on Oct. 25.
The city of Lansing is poised to lead the state in high-technology development after Michigan received a $400,000 federal grant from the Economic Development Administration, or EDA, Tech Hub program on Oct. 23.
After being named the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's top small business of 2023, Lansing's Elderly Instruments will remain the same community resource it has been for 51 years, said CEO Lillian Werbin.
On Oct. 17, copyright licensing association American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, or ASCAP, accused the bar of playing songs “Play that Funky Music,” “Trap Queen” and “Funky Cold Medina” without a proper license.
From 2018-2021, 48% of East Lansing renters are paying over half of their income in rent, according to the U.S. Census Bureau data. Within the past five years, the median gross monthly rent paid in Ingham County has risen to about $1,000, the highest within the last ten years.
“In Lansing specifically, I feel like we’ve had a self-esteem problem for a little bit,” Pulver said. “It’s been fun to see us coming around to the other side of that and a renewed gritty sense of pride in our city. That’s something I deeply relate to and want to convey. To be able to do that in my hometown is something that’s really cool for me.”
Early Monday morning, the sidewalks of Abbot Road were filled with students wrapped in blankets, lined up outside of The Abbot in hopes of signing a new lease with the complex.
“Nothing can really replace having the Moosejaw on Grand River:" In the store's closing, the Lansing community will lose more than just outdoor gear and apparel.
"It’s a call to action for them:" On Sept. 19, The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce (LRCC) celebrated 10 Lansing professionals who have contributed to the growth of the Lansing community.
The rumors are true: Blue Owl Coffee, a staple for Michigan State University students and East Lansing residents, is moving from Ann Street to Trowbridge Road after five years. The Ann Street location will close during Thanksgiving break and the new location will officially open as an up-and-running coffee shop on Dec. 1st.
Pieces of the jumbotron being auctioned off include three Spartan helmets, two signs reading "Michigan State" and two signs reading "Spartans."