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The collection of roses was a sight to behold and her husband was carrying them. But East Lansing City Clerk Jennifer Shuster didn’t know the whole story behind the delivery. ELi’s Sarah Spohn shares this romantic tale.
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.
East Lansing’s Public Library will play host to a special community conversation later today: “East Lansing Talks about Suicide and Self-Harm.” City Council member Shanna Draheim has urged citizens to consider attending.
The funding from the R.E. Olds Foundation and the Joe D. Pentecost Foundation will provide emergency shelter to 165 more families over the next five years. ELi's Noa Kuszai brings the story and explains how the matching donation program will work.
The rhythm, culture, and diversity of life in a college town will travel with Molly Stevens forever. ELi's Ann Kammerer recently caught up with the 1991 ELHS graduate, now living in Berkeley, for another profile in our "Where are they now?" alumni series.
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.
The weather forecast this weekend calls for plenty of sunshine and numerous options to explore the outdoors in and around East Lansing. ELi's Jonathan Townley pinpoints places and events to consider as you plan your activities.
Kyle Smith's mid-career change in profession has led to greater satisfaction despite some on-the-job challenges. Ann Kammerer profiles an East Lansing High School alumnus who has found happiness in the classroom.
For fifteen years, Natalie Hool and Jim Matthews have organized a local race to honor their late son Max, raising funds to help families with children facing serious medical problems. Now they're passing the torch. ELi's Andrew Graham explains why.