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Little Local Joys: My Milk Door

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

A milk door in the Bailey neighborhood brings a resident joy — and now candles from Massage and Wellness, too!

MSU Epidemiologist Speaks Frankly about COVID-19 Dangers

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Why do death rates tell us more than test results can? What will save lives as the virus spreads? ELi’s Emily Joan Elliott brings you the latest important information from MSU epidemiologist Nigel Paneth.

The Mayor of East Lansing Is Angry

Monday, March 23, 2020

East Lansing Mayor Ruth Beier is angry that the federal, state, and county governments did not act much sooner on COVID-19. ELi spoke with her just after the Governor’s stay-at-home order.

Burcham Solar Park Blooming Soon

Sunday, March 22, 2020

The second phase of the renewable energy project involves planting native perennial grasses and flowers. This should reduce maintenance and benefit pollinators. ELi’s Patty Bonito provides an update.

Volunteer Local Crafters Hard at Work Sewing Masks

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Organizer Jessy Gregg calls this community of sewing volunteer ‘crisis crafters.’ They are now making fabric masks to help with the worsening COVID-19 crisis. ELi's Sarah Spohn reports.

Shifting to Distanced Life at MSU Has Not Been Simple

Saturday, March 21, 2020

The shift to online learning happened with little warning at MSU. ELi's Emily Joan Elliott brings this inside look at the rapid and monumental change at East Lansing's core institution.

ELi’s Updates on the Situation in East Lansing

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Many businesses are offering by-appointment help but make sure to call ahead. There are college students willing to help, if you need it. ELi’s Alice Dreger helps by filing this rundown.

Your ELi: We’re Looking for Your Story Ideas

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Coronavirus reporting fatigue has not fully engulfed us, yet, but we know there are many uplifting stories to be told about our community. Publisher Alice Dreger outlines what we’re looking for.

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