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City Could Get $1M Annually from BWL Customers

Sunday, March 12, 2017

City Council may be adding a five percent surcharge on the electric bills of BWL customers in East Lansing, allowing the City to obtain over a million dollars in additional revenue per year.

Special Storm Debris Collection Starts Monday

Friday, March 10, 2017

Wednesday's windstorm led to power outages, closed schools, and downed limbs and trees. In response, East Lansing's Department of Public Works is offering special debris pick-up starting Monday.

East Lansing High School Alum Creates Kidsrise Project

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Kidrise, a photography project created by an ELHS alumna to give a voice to the next generation of voters, visited the East Lansing Public Library this week. Telaina and Casandra Eriksen report.

Reader Guide to the Center City District Proposal

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Want to know what's being proposed for the Center City District project? Which businesses might stay, go, and come? How tall it will be and what it will offer? How you can weigh in? ELi has you covered.

MSU Unlikely to Be Part of Downtown Redevelopments

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

MSU now says it is "hitting the pause button" on participating in major downtown redevelopment. Will this mean more student housing downtown, adding to what some say is a growing surplus?

You're Invited to ELi's Open Office Hours

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Starting Monday, March 6, ELi's Publisher Alice Dreger and Managing Editor Ann Nichols will hold monthly "Open Office Hours" for our readers from 7-9 p.m. at Black Cat Bistro.