ELi's Alice Dreger reports why the hole at 100 West Grand River Avenue still isn't filled in, and the developer's representative explains the challenges of trying to work with the City of East Lansing on getting a project built.
What’s up with the Center City District project, set to transform a large chunk of East Lansing’s downtown? Why is Parking Lot #1 now open and why are there various trucks there? And what is the project looking like economically for City taxpayers?
A reader asked about signage at Whole Foods that asserts the right "to refuse service to anyone." Is that different from the actions of the Charlotte cider mill that led East Lansing to oust them as farmers' market vendors? ELi's Ann Nichols reports.
The East Lansing School Board and City Council had some disagreement Monday night about children biking to school, and bike-to-school advocates see tonight's Community Forum as a chance to make some long-awaited headway on this issue.
East Lansing City Council candidate Susan Woods has been the subject of a number of complaints regarding conflicts of interest and use of the non-profit East Lansing Film Festival's resources for political business. We asked her to respond.
Bob Nelson, East Lansing’s representative to BWL, has resigned over what he sees as the electric utility's failure to adequately care for poor people in its service area. City Council has named former mayor Doug Jester to replace him.
East Lansing City Council candidate Aaron Stephens has been accused by two fellow MSU students of seriously mismanaging a leadership position at MSU's model United Nations organization, "nearly put[ting] the organization into financial ruin through neglect.”