Potter Park Zoo Brew Event

One way to kick back and relax after a long day at the office is with a brew and a couple of co-workers. Summer means that meetings post-work activities don’t need to be quite so formal, but sometimes going to the same pub can get tiring. If you’re looking for a change up in your after work hangout, Potter […]

Political Update: Politicians & Gun Control Measures

In the wake of last week’s shooting in Orlando, killing 49 people and injuring more than 50, responses from both Republicans and Democrats have been vastly different. Many Democrats are calling for stricter gun control policies, while Republicans have continued their stance of protecting the Second Amendment, and calling for more action against terrorism at […]

Employment Opportunity for All

Twenty-six years after the enactment of the Disabilities Act in 1990, people with disabilities are still largely under represented in the workforce. However, some big companies are creating programs to implement change. According to The Economic Picture of the Disability Community Project, only 32 percent of people with a disability, who also were of working age, […]

Lansing Regional Chamber and Tri-County Governments Collaborate

On Wednesday, June 8, the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a news conference to reveal details of a public/private sector agreement involving Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties. The news conference unveiled the plan to have leadership from all three counties come together to collaborate on focusing lawmakers’ attention back toward the mid-Michigan area. “This […]

Resume Fraud: Little White Lies Aren’t So Little Anymore

Mark Twain once said, “Honesty is the best policy—when there is money in it.”  Apparently, honesty doesn’t pay too well these days, judging by the rise in occupational dishonesty in the labor market.The little white lies and exaggerations that job applicants used to include on their résumés are being replaced by high-tech scams that go […]

May Ribbon Cuttings in Lansing’s Old Town Neighborhood

The new businesses just keep coming in Lansing.On May 13, a series of new shops and businesses in Lansing’s Old Town district celebrated their new endeavors with a parade of ribbon cuttings, hosted by Mayor Virg Bernero.“Your success is my business,” Bernero told business owners after each ceremony. Bernero shook hands with each business owner individually, […]

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