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Alice Townley and Kit Carlson belong to a diverse group of faith-based community leaders in Greater Lansing. ELi’s Ann Kammerer shares their stories and their views on serving congregations in today’s politically charged, divided culture.
All on Council stood behind the law's intention. But Ruth Beier called it "another ordinance we can't enforce," and worried it will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in lawsuits. The City Attorney says we will find out if East Lansing lacks jurisdiction.
With Talyce Murray taking on the chairpersonship of the East Lansing’s Human Relations Commission, the group will be continuing last year’s pattern of taking a relatively active approach. ELi tells you what they're working on now.
Eastminster Child Care Center has now been serving the East Lansing community for 50 years. ELi's Mark Meyer spoke with staff and families about what makes the center special and why it continues to play an important role in their lives.
To say that John Duley has lived a full life might be the understatement of the year. At 98, the former campus minister and MSU faculty member shows no sign of slowing down. ELi's Ann Kammerer captures the spirit of a man who continues to inspire.
A lawsuit against the City of East Lansing by a farmers’ market vendor has cost East Lansing taxpayers over $182,000 in legal bills, and the case is potentially far from over. ELi's Alice Dreger reports on the case garnering national attention.
The Peoples Church and the Planning Commission seemed generally chilly, the Downtown Development Authority mostly warmer, and City Council decidedly mixed in reaction to the Royal Vlahakis redevelopment proposal this week. What was asked and said?
A fake story of young women being abducted near MSU by “six Arabic men” is circulating around town. ELPD says it is not true, community leaders are calling it harmful, and a law professor spoke to ELi about the context for this kind of messaging.