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.
ELi's Brad Minor reports on the recent completion of bridge repairs in East Lansing and the surrounding area and on how the City and Ingham County were able to coordinate their efforts to fund the much-needed improvements.
The goal of the Bogue Street Protected Bike Lane pilot project is to enable bicyclists to coexist safely with pedestrians, vehicles, and buses while traveling one of the busiest routes through MSU's campus. ELi's Mark Meyer reports on the change happening this week.
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.
Four engineering students have proposed removing the underwater dam across from MSU’s Administration Building and replacing it with a series of "rock arch rapids." ELi's Jessy Gregg dives below the surface for this report.
All the parts are finally starting to fall into place for a much-anticipated trail in Meridian Township that will connect the Lansing River Trail and MSU campus to Meridian’s existing Interurban Trail. ELi's Jessy Gregg reports.
The Chesterfield Hills and Brody neighborhoods are set to be affected by a major sewer upgrade on Michigan Avenue. ELi's Jessy Gregg talked to Public Works staff to find out what residents should expect along Michigan Avenue.
The 24th annual Quiet Water Symposium will be held on Saturday, March 2, at the MSU Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education. Over 200 exhibitors, speakers, and hands-on demonstrations promoting non-motorized outdoor recreation and conservation will be at the event. ELi's Paige Filice reports.
What finally moved East Lansing's City Manager to ask what might have happened to mercury spilled at the City's wastewater treatment plant, a full year after it was revealed that the spill had been spread around town?
Ingham Conservation District is offering a workshop to Ingham County residents and businesses where they'll learn about rain barrels and water quality, and take away a one-of-a-kind, hand decorated barrel. ELi's Paige Filice tells you how you could be the first EL signup.
ELi finds that East Lansing has now spent $200,000 fighting a lawsuit brought by City workers alleging that they “were intentionally and unnecessarily exposed to mercury and asbestos” at the wastewater treatment plant. ELi's Alice Dreger reports.