After being denied his request in a 2-2 vote, this week a lot split application for the Glencairn neighborhood saw a 4-1 approval, along with a recommendation for a rental overlay district. ELi's Brad Minnor reports.
Tonight, East Lansing’s Planning Commission will take up a draft zoning ordinance that, if passed, will favor the City over some private property owners in marijuana provisioning center real estate deals. Jessy Gregg reports for ELi.
East Lansing's City Council unanimously approved a new contract for City Manager George Lahanas last night, voting on a different version than the one released to the public on Friday. Council praised the contract and Lahanas. ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
Today marks the ninth snow day for the 2018-19 school year for East Lansing Public Schools, and the last day that can be forgiven by the State Department of Education before the district will have to add additional instruction time to the calendar. ELi's Karessa Wheeler explains.
“I want to support the community by giving them introductions to new kinds of ideas and philosophies about food, without the desire to strangle their wallet over it," says Chef Nicholas Crosser. Intrigued? ELi's Sarah Spohn has the story.
East Lansing's City Council is looking at giving City Manager George Lahanas a new contract with a big raise plus lucrative benefits. If passed tomorrow night, the raise will be backdated to the day the City implemented an income tax to deal with its financial crisis.
Machines parking cars in East Lansing? The idea has elicited both excitement and skepticism. ELi's Brad Minor speaks with a representative of U-Tron, maker of automated parking systems, and the parking manager for West Hollywood, California, to help explain what we're looking at with the Royal Vlahakis proposal.
On Friday, Trojan senior athletes Kaleb Elam, Kobe Hayward and Jack Morse celebrated their official commitments to continue their academic and athletic careers at Michigan universities next year. Mark Meyer was there for ELi.
When the Ten Pound brings Newfoundland singer/guitarist Matthew Byrne to The Robin Theatre this weekend, he promises "a lot of storytelling," "discussion about his musical upbringing" and "a lesson on the Newfoundland Folk Music tradition." Christopher Wardell has the story.