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Local High Schools Participate in Walkout

Exactly one month ago, tragedy struck Parkland, Florida. Students from all across the country hav...[More]

Students Rally At Michigan Capitol

In correlation to statewide school walkouts protesting gun safety and regulation laws, a rally was h...[More]

Broadway's "Something Rotten!" Comes to the Wharton Center

Broadway musical "Something Rotten" is currently playing at the Wharton Center in East Lansing. ...[More]

Park Commission Discusses Grants for Future Renovations of Parks

During the Meridian Township Park Commission meeting on Tuesday, March 13, different grant submissio...[More]

LIVE Call-In Show: Gun Violence - When is Enough, Enough?

Join us LIVE for a new episode of Open Line for a discussion on recent gun violence and threats, esp...[More]

Concerns of Haslett and Okemos Building Height Limitations

Building height limitations in downtown Haslett and downtown Okemos have been a concern for the Meri...[More]

Meridian Police Department Swears-In New Officers

The Meridian Township Police recently welcomed two new officers to the department, with a swearing-i...[More]

Gun Safety in Local Schools in Meridian Township

At the Meridian Township Board Meeting on Tuesday, March 6th, Assistant Chief Ken Plaga gave a prese...[More]

Meridian Township Board Waives Fees for Flood Repair Related Permits

On March 6th, the Meridian Township Board unanimously passed a motion that will authorize the Townsh...[More]

Redi-Ride Hour Expansion Vote Isn't Ready Yet

The Meridian Township Board was expected to vote on entering into an agreement with the Capital Area...[More]

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