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Arts Night Out picks up momentum, draws increasing numbers to Lansing neighborhoods

Residents looking for something unique to do on a Friday night in Lansing will find plenty through a growing initiative that combines neighborhood, art and small businesses.
 

New foundation to provide 3D printers and inventive technology to schools

Long-time inventor looks to help fund program development and maker technology in K-12 schools through a new foundation with a maker-space ethos. 
 

West Side neighborhoods unite with community groups to create vibrant gateway to Lansing

A new bike trail and signature sculpture creates a gateway to Lansing's Westside that helps unify two neighborhoods and foster cultural and economic revitalization.
 

Hip Homes builds presence in Lansing through eco-conscious renovation of older houses

Home renovation company preserves unique character of Lansing's 20th-century urban homes while adding a touch of hipness to attract the discerning eye.
 

Lansing 5:01 retains and attracts talent by showcasing the city's evolving hipness

Fledging networking group shows interns and newly minted grads the coolness of living, working and playing in metro Lansing. 
 

Lansing wins NEA grant to plan improvements to Adado Riverfront Park

Community residents will have chance to provide input into creating a permanent outdoor entertainment area and performing arts stage in downtown Lansing thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
 

Husband-wife team bring bounce to parties and fundraisers

Starting a business makes a relocated husband and wife feel right at home while creating fun, family-friendly parties. 
 

Major regional partnership hailed as first-of-its kind among county and chamber leaders

Ingham, Eaton and Clinton county leadership join the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce in a first-of-a-kind regional partnership to address priority issues. 
 

JoyRide Pedal Tours brings party bikes to Lansing, puts new spin on summer leisure

Bike lovers looking to take in the sites can let the good times roll on a bicycle built for 15.
 

Sparrow, MSU join forces to develop self-testing diabetes app for teens

A new app under development with a team of researchers from MSU and Sparrow will help ease the transition to managed self-care for teens with type-1 diabetes.  
 

Cinnaire offers unlimited paid time off, hires 14 new employees

Unlimited paid time off empowers employees to continue to commit to the cause at a community development and finance institution in Greater Lansing.
 

New BWL grant help nonprofits improve energy efficiency

First-time grant through the Lansing Board of Water and Light helps local nonprofits fund upgrades to lighting, heating, cooling equipment and appliances.
 

Davies Project driven to ease transportation worries for families with sick children

Volunteer-driven program removes transportation barriers, provides free rides, and ensures no family with a seriously ill child needs to miss another medical appointment. 
 

New Main Street grant helps Old Town build brand, sense of place

Michigan Mainstreet grant funds technical assistance to rebrand and rebuild website for Old Town Commercial Association.
 

MNA partners with Refugee Development Center to aid Gardner Academy

A student-run paining project helps young refugees lead community initiatives and gives a new look to the Gardner Law, Leadership and Government Academy.
 
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