If East Lansing voters approve a pair of tax proposals on the November 7 ballot, the resultant fall in City property taxes could have serious negative implications for various development deals. ELi's Alice Dreger explains.
At the first public forum on elementary renovations, existing plans were presented and citizens spoke up about concerns including bike-friendliness, road and sidewalk fixes and sustainable lunch trays. Karessa Wheeler reports.
The East Lansing School Board and City Council had some disagreement Monday night about children biking to school, and bike-to-school advocates see tonight's Community Forum as a chance to make some long-awaited headway on this issue.
Kit Carlson and Wendell Lynch's experience with BWL wasn't as bad as they'd been fearing. What happened, and what advice do they give other homeowners? And what does BWL say about homeowners who try to refuse tree-trimming?
East Lansing Public Schools' Walk to School Day is this Wednesday. The event promotes the health, environmental and social benefits of walking to school at least one day a week. Linda Roush Nuttall reports.
ELi reporters and ELHS students Evan Dempsey and Kepler Domurat-Sousa took what they learned in our Summer Youth Journalism Program and rode with ELPD officers the night of the MSU-Notre Dame game. What did they see?
Demolition of the derelict “big bank building” started earlier than scheduled when, last night, a driver who may have been drunk plowed into the building. When is the real demo happening? We have the details.
East Lansing City Council candidate Susan Woods has been the subject of a number of complaints regarding conflicts of interest and use of the non-profit East Lansing Film Festival's resources for political business. We asked her to respond.