Natallie St. Onge, Lansing StateJournal

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Past articles by Natallie:

Students, parents excited and anxious as Lansing begins new school year in-person

Lansing schools return for in-person classes for the first time since March 2020. Here's the reaction at Riddle Elementary and Sexton High School. → Read More

Calzone restaurant D.P. Dough opening a franchise in East Lansing

EAST LANSING — If you're hungry for baked bread, cheese and an assortment of toppings, East Lansing has an option just for you. D.P. Dough will have a soft opening this week in a new location on Grand River Avenue. The restaurant, part of a nationwide franchise, offers a wide variety of calzones to choose from, along with wings, tater tots and an assortment of breadsticks. The company waited a… → Read More

MSU football is back: What the return of Spartan game days means for East Lansing

It's been 22 months since fans last packed Spartan Stadium for an MSU game. Their return has implications for the entire city. → Read More

I scream, you scream: The MSU Dairy Store reopens tomorrow

Earlier this month, the MSU Dairy Store held two trial-run weekends to gear up for the reopening with the help of volunteers. → Read More

East Lansing offers new discount parking vouchers, other updates as students return

A $100 voucher can be purchased for $50 and a $50 voucher can be purchased for $25. → Read More

Here's how anyone can help Afghan, other refugees arriving in Greater Lansing

Since Aug. 14, the United States has evacuated more than 70,000 people from Afghanistan, since the fall of its capitol, Kabul. → Read More

Motorcyclist killed after striking car late Friday night in Lansing

Friday night's incident was at least the third motorcycle fatality in Lansing since Thursday. → Read More

Albert Avenue pedestrian area dismantled as summer draws to a close

The social space on Albert Avenue was never meant to be permanent. → Read More

Draheim appointed to fifth council seat, Gregg and Watson sworn in

Councilmember Dana Watson was appointed to East Lansing mayor pro tem Thursday night, the first African American person to serve in the role. → Read More

St. Vincent Catholic Charities 'in desperate need' of donations as it awaits new refugees

The furniture drive is Aug. 26-28 and is located at St. Vincent's campus, 2800 W. Willow Street. It will operate from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. each day. → Read More

Pinecrest Elementary to be renamed for civil rights activist, MSU dean emeritus Robert Green

Dr. Robert L. Green is a national leader in civil rights and is believed to be the first Black person to have purchased a home in East Lansing, in 1964. → Read More

Ahoy! Company with MSU ties set to release pirate-themed video game in September

Will Winn Games Inc. planned the first launch close to Talk Like A Pirate Day. → Read More

East Lansing Art Festival returns in-person with new layout Aug. 7-8

Last year, the annual event was held virtually with online galleries. → Read More

Country Mill Farms trial against the city of East Lansing to begin Tuesday

In 2019, East Lansing City officials said the decision to deny Tennes a vendor license stemmed from a 2016 Facebook post that detailed Tennes' decision not to hold same-sex weddings at the Charlotte orchard. → Read More

On the go? New Biggby Coffee 'BCubed' to open soon in south Lansing Meijer parking lot

The walk up, drive-thru coffee shop takes up about eight parking spaces and comes in three different parts. → Read More

St. Vincent Catholic Charities seek housing help, support for Afghanistan refugees

The biggest challenge St. Vincent Catholic Charities faces right now is housing, refugee services director Judi Harris, says. → Read More

Oh baby! Red Panda Mahlia gives birth at Potter Park Zoo

Red Panda Mahlia gives birth to two cubs July 4. → Read More

Eric Eyde comes from a family of builders. He ended up becoming a veterinarian

Eric Eyde has seen an increase of patients since he opened Evergreen Veterinary Clinic. → Read More

Playmakers ends summer and winter sidewalk sales

Playmakers, a shoe and athletic wear retailer, is expanding its year-round discount area to replace the twice yearly bigger sales offered since 1981. → Read More

Three students, one mission: Drive a solar power car across the country

Three Michigan engineering students decided to design, custom build and drive across America in their solar power car, Pink Skies. → Read More