Kids Repair Program Offers Affordable Bikes to Those That Need it the Most

The KRP program is still helping Lansing residents repair bicycles.

Photo by Dylan Brockway

By Deborah M. Walker

LANSING, MI – It only takes two to four hours a week to achieve a general improvement in your health.

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News Spotlight: A Michigan Historical Site – Unveiling of the Little Family Homesite and Malcolm X (Little) Marker

photo of Malcolm X marker

By Dr. Willie Davis

LANSING, MI – In 1975, the original Malcolm X Homesite Historical Marker was erected at its current site in front of the Regency Townhouse apartments located on Vincent Court.

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MIGHTY UKE DAY RETURNS TO OLD TOWN LANSING

IT’S JUST AROUND THE CORNER!
MIGHTY UKE DAY RETURNS TO OLD TOWN LANSING!
JUNE 24 – 26, 2022

After two years of online festivals, we are very pleased to announce that we are again able to hold Mighty Uke Day in person!

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News Spotlight: Gov. Whitmer Announces Launch of First-Ever Statewide Housing Plan

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LANSING, Mich. – Michigan’s first-ever Statewide Housing Plan (SHP), a five-year blueprint charting priorities, goals and strategies to address the intricate and multifaceted challenges impacting housing equity, was launched to a crowd of housing industry leaders at the Building Michigan Communities Conference on May 6.

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We Remember: Antonio “Tony” Benavides

Antonio “Tony” Benavides

LANSING, MI — Age 84, of Lansing, MI, passed away with his beloved family by his side April 10, 2022. Tony was born May 5, 1937, in San Vicente, Mexico,

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A ROOF OVER THEIR HEADS

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By Jan Bidwell

The term “homeless” applies to a person if they have no livable place to stay, or a place that can be taken from them quickly.

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Lansing NAACP Donates $50,000 to the Legal Services of South Central Michigan for Expungements

By Deborah M. Walker

LANSING, MI  – It happens time and time again, a convicted felon finds the perfect job, house, or school. He (or she) fills out the application and submits it for a background check.

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Lansing NAACP Donates $50,000 to the Legal Services of South-Central Michigan

By Deborah M. Walker

LANSING, MI  – It happens time and time again, a convicted felon finds the perfect job, house, or school. He (or she) fills out the application and submits it for a background check.

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