There's so much planned this weekend for the East Lansing Art Festival, for adults and children alike. The annual craft sale will also be happening right across the street. ELi's Jessy Gregg brings you what you need to know.
ELi's Jessy Gregg reports on the final phase of the Safe Routes to School Team's major grant application, aimed at paving the way for student pathway improvements to and from Marble Elementary and MacDonald Middle School.
Bidding starts Monday for Pinecrest Elementary's annual silent auction, with proceeds going to school trips, classroom supplies, teacher grants and more. Pinecrest parent Katie Van Dorn tells you about the auction and the carnival coming at the end of the month.
Freshman wrestler Emilio Cabrera reached the MHSAA finals this year, only to lose to an undefeated senior state champion. ELi's Alex Hosey tells you why one of Cabrera's coaches "expects greatness out of him in the future."
Michigan's State Treasurer Rachael Eubanks is an ELHS grad, lives in East Lansing and married a fellow EL alum. Find out more about the keynote speaker for this year's East Lansing Educational Foundation dinner from Ann Kammerer.
On April 18 the City of East Lansing recognized three residents for their contributions to community life. ELi's Noa Kuszai reports on who the recipients are, and how each has worked to improve the city we live in.
East Lansing High School graduate Eve Petrie is speaking out about being a Nassar survivor. What is the school district doing, in the wake of it all, to help those who might be subject to sexual abuse? Mara Logan reports.
East Lansing's Safe Routes to School team has applied for a major infrastructure grant to make it safer for students to cross Burcham Drive at John R Street, Gunson Street, and Virginia Avenue. ELi's Karessa Wheeler has the details.