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.
Developers undertaking the large Red Cedar redevelopment project just over East Lansing’s western border are looking for permission from the City of Lansing to work around the clock. East Lansing's Mayor Mark Meadows is alerting area residents about this.
The electric rideshare company Gotcha has finalized contracts with the City of East Lansing and MSU to bring scooters back to the area this week. ELi's Sarah Spohn reports on the company's preparation and on the transportation options available.
ELi's Chris Wardell previews the folk/bluegrass/roots music series lineup which this year mixes familiar favorites (Mid-Winter Singing and Folk Festival) with the new, including a play and a performance by a local dancer.
Core Spaces, which just opened The Hub along Grand River Avenue, wants to build another project along Bogue Street, with two 14-story buildings to house 1,700 MSU students. ELi brings you the latest proposal's details, renderings, and context.
Sunday’s “One Book, One Community” discussion centered on the struggle for affordable housing and the effects of eviction as described by Matthew Desmond in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book. Anaiis Rios-Kosaga, a graduate of ELi’s Summer Youth Journalism program, brings us this report.
Today was supposed to be an organized move-in day at The Hub. But with the Certificate of Occupancy from the City of East Lansing’s Building Department not being issued until the afternoon, things got a little crazy by evening.