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The City of East Lansing has issued a new list of cancellations and closures, including the 2020 Art Festival, the 2020 Aquatic Center season, and the softball and soccer complexes. Mark Meyer files this report for ELi.
Michigan State University is moving classes online starting today. For now, East Lansing Public Schools is staying the course, partly out of concerns for children on the lower end of the economic spectrum. ELi's Alice Dreger reports.
Transformative treatments such as holistic healing, acupuncture and massage therapy continue to gain in popularity, acceptance from medical community. ELi's Sarah Spohn profiles this long-time East Lansing business.
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.
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.
To say that John Duley has lived a full life might be the understatement of the year. At 98, the former campus minister and MSU faculty member shows no sign of slowing down. ELi's Ann Kammerer captures the spirit of a man who continues to inspire.
The deer population, free parking downtown, senior housing, the Valley Court Community Center, that eBay land sale, an Income Tax Board of Review, a possible move by P.T. O’Malley’s, and more. It’s gonna be a busy week for East Lansing's government.
Downtown restaurants and bars with outdoor seating could see noise rules relaxed if a pair of recommendations are adopted by Council. What’s the goal of relaxing the rules? ELi’s Jessy Gregg and Alice Dreger report.
The Meals on Wheels program that serves East Lansing's seniors is still hoping to obtain $3,200 from the City in next year's round of HUD-related funding. City Council and staff are looking instead to focus entirely on infrastructure improvements with the federal funding. ELi's Noa Kuszai reports.