2018 highlights—Ballet, veterans, massage parlors, and ghosts

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2018 was a big year in Lansing, and The Lansing Journal recorded hundreds of stories. In these last days of 2018 and the opening days of 2019, we share some highlights chosen by different members of The Lansing Journal writing team. Josh Bootsma is the newest member of the team, and he’s new to the … Read more

2018 highlights—History, sports, and Millennials

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2018 was a big year in Lansing, and The Lansing Journal recorded hundreds of stories. In these last days of 2018 and the opening days of 2019, we’ll share some highlights chosen by different members of The Lansing Journal writing team. Carrie Steinweg is a freelance writer, photographer, author, and food and travel blogger who … Read more

2018 highlights from Thornton Township

2018 was a big year in Lansing, and The Lansing Journal recorded hundreds of stories. In these last days of 2018 and the opening days of 2019, we’ll share some highlights chosen by different members of The Lansing Journal writing team. Ernst Lamothe is Director of Communications for Thornton Township, and he also contributes regularly … Read more

Zero tolerance for DUI, speeding, and other offenses during New Year holiday

Additional patrols across the state now through January 2 information provided by the Illinois Department of Transportation SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (December 28, 2018) – “Last year, six people died on our roads over New Year’s, and four of those deaths were alcohol-related,” said Cynthia Watters, IDOT’s bureau chief of Safety Programs and Engineering. “It’s everyone’s responsibility … Read more

Human Relations Commission meets at library for first time

Introductions, thoughtful discussion, and public comments mark promising start by Josh Bootsma LANSING, Ill (December 20, 2018) – Lansing’s Human Relations Commission met at the Lansing Public Library for the first time Thursday night, where they will be meeting every third Thursday of each month. Commissioner introductions, practical discussions, an Open Meetings Act presentation, and public comments … Read more

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