Broken air conditioning, windows not properly secured, a lack of disability-accessible parking spaces — some residents say things at the Bailey senior apartments have been way too rough. Now a change of management has arrived. ELi's Andrew Graham reports.
“We have had a gratifying and exciting time in the thirty years we have been doing business as Mackerel Sky Gallery," says Linda Dufelmeier. So why is this East Lansing institution planning to close at the end of this year?
Why do City staff say it's OK for Target to be selling alcohol without the required local permit, and how is the alcohol-selling landscape of East Lansing's downtown shaping up with big redevelopment? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
For our continuing series of Council candidate profiles, ELi’s Brad Minor spoke with Erik Altmann recently about his re-election plans. The Mayor Pro Tem believes he has kept his word to the voters and has earned another term on the East Lansing City Council.
ELi's arts and entertainment reporter Chris Wardell brings us the story of Michigan native Amy Petty, a singer-songwriter who spent the early part of her career in New England but is now firmly rooted and happy to sing about being back home.
The opening of the new Center City parking garage on Albert Avenue was supposed to trigger the start of ground lease payments by the developer to the City of East Lansing. So where's the money? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
City Council member Aaron Stephens has proposed an ordinance to ban the practice of LGBT conversion therapy on minors in East Lansing’s city limits. ELi's Andrew Graham explains what's in the proposed law and what it could mean for East Lansing.
Audrey Yonkus has now withdrawn from the race for East Lansing City Council, leaving six candidates for the three open seats. She will be supporting the campaigns of challengers Jessy Gregg and Lisa Babcock.
Developer Paul Vlahakis and his team went to Planning Commission and the Downtown Development Authority this week, to try to solidify their proposal for the Evergreen Avenue properties. What happened? ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
For two years author Matthew Desmond lived among eight Milwaukee families dealing with eviction and struggling to maintain permanent housing. His book, “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City,” is this year’s One Book One Community selection. ELi's Amalia Medina brings us the story.
An East Lansing Police clerk accidentally mass-emailed two unredacted arrest reports to the department's media list. ELPD Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez says ELPD is reviewing the situation to figure out how this happened.
“We want better government, we deserve better government and we can have better government.” Lisa Babcock, candidate for City Council, believes East Lansing needs a change of leadership. ELi's Brad Minor brings us a profile of her candidacy.