Lansing at Large
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About 550 million years ago, this region of New York state sank below sea level, and a shallow, salty sea spread across it. During this time, there was a period when the water collected in vast … more
Larry Roe sat at Matt and Jenn Dedrick’s kitchen table and talked about dowsing. Roe said he did it for the first time when he was about 14 years old when an old farmer needed a new … more
What if Lansing schoolkids on the free or reduced lunch program during the school year were to get similar help during their summer vacations?And what if the money used to buy those breakfasts and … more
Citizens of Lansing dismayed by an empty, darkened building and “for sale” sign in the lawn of historic Rogues’ Harbor Inn can relax. Three and a half years after the sale of the … more
Linda’s Corner Diner on Auburn Road, home to years of family and friends’ brunches, lunches, and dinners, has closed and is now for sale. The 2,600 square foot building seats 90 to 100 … more
Advanced Design Consulting USA, Inc., a Lansing-based developer, and manufacturer of complex scientific components and instruments for government and corporate customers was acquired on May 21 by … more
Out on Peruville Road, about two pitches east of Van Ostrand Road, a group of middle-aged players from Lansing, Ithaca, Guatemala, Mexico, Jamaica, Guyana, Chile, Croatia, Peru, Ecuador, Germany, … more
Lansing’s Cayuga Power Plant will be converted into a large data center pending the New York Power Authority’s (NYPA) approval of plant owner Heorot Energy’s request for a … more
When the producers for Home and Garden Television’s “Lakefront Bargain Hunt” called Lansing Realtor Havana Jorrin two Februarys ago, she had a deal all ready for them. Jorrin was … more
On April 26 and 27, more than 100 “Sewing Saints” gathered in the parish hall at All Saints church to assemble reusable feminine hygiene kits to be taken to the Dominican Republic and … more
Dave Hatfield and his chicken-cooking colleagues will have a new place to work across the parking lot from their old spot when the Town of Lansing completes the new “multi-use pavilion” … more
Orpheus the Osprey circled the nesting box atop a telephone pole set into the shale about 50 yards from the tip of Salt Point. “That’s the 5:30 fish,” said Candace Cornell. … more
Lansing voters will elect three trustees and vote on the 2020 budget for the Lansing Community Library April 30 – voters from the Lansing School District will be able to cast their votes from … more
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