The East Lansing City Clerk’s Office is looking to hire and train election inspectors for 17 precincts — including five on MSU's campus — to work during the March 10 primary election. ELi's Ken Sperber reports.
Tonight at East Lansing's Blue Owl Coffee, you'll have a chance to enjoy The Dangling Participles, the merry band of musicians who also happen to know a thing or two about language composition. ELi's Chris Wardell brings the story.
Several months after opening, The Hub remains the subject of questions about whether Core Spaces management has appropriately dealt with environmental remediation and tenants’ expectations. ELi’s Alice Dreger reports.
Tonight will see the only debate of the six candidates for East Lansing's City Council. We bring the details plus a “word cloud” showing you what ELi readers say are the big issues for them in this election.
Indigenous People's Day has been celebrated in East Lansing for the past three years. The MSU College of Law is hosting a two-day conference to address key issues facing Native Americans and American Indians.
The weekly scrimmage at MacDonald Middle School brings together soccer enthusiasts who range in age, profession, and gender. ELi's Ann Kammerer reports on this eclectic group with a focus on the group's elder statesman, Jamil Hanifi.
The first of two East Lansing election forums drew a sizable and engaged audience on Thursday night. ELi's Alice Dreger shares feedback from the sponsor, the League of Women Voters of the Lansing Area.