CBRE|Martin on behalf of Brent Forsberg of T.A. Forsberg Inc., the developer for the Michigan Food Innovation District (MIFID), is marketing 16 vacant lots ranging from 0.83-2.51 acres in Fountain Pointe Office Park, located on I-96 in Okemos.
DeYeya E. Jones has been named to the board as a general member. Currently a Wealth Protection Specialist at SuttonAdvisors, PLC, Jones honed his business prowess as Leadership Instructor at Career Quest Learning Centers, Treasurer and Board Member at the Lansing Football League, and Field Consultant at 7-Eleven.
A new series at CADL Haslett helps young children develop literacy skills through guided, intentional play time. It’s held every Thursday at 1 p.m., starting Sept. 15. | Courtesy Photo
September 8, 2016 3:48 pm
Play is a child’s work! Through play, children learn to make sense of their world, problem-solve, develop motor skills, communicate with each other, compromise, and express their thoughts and feelings.
“The Friends of Historic Meridian have been hard at work creating a fun and family-friendly line-up of activities for the community at the festival,” Jane Rose, Executive Director of the Meridian Historical Village, said. “There will be fun activities for all ages with hands-on activities and games for the children.”
A total of $4,736,872.30 of funding is approved to repair or replace 21 bridges and two sea wall/bank stabilization projects within Ingham County. The County will now enter into a contract with each municipality and each municipality will manage its own projects.
The Meridian Township Police Department has scheduled the 18th Annual Citizens’ Academy for residents, community members, and business people of Meridian and Williamstown Townships. Participants will meet every Thursday evening from Sept. 8 through Nov. 10 at the Meridian Township Public Safety Building.
Marcy Kinzer, the executive director of Playmakers Fitness Foundation, stands near a display of athletic shoes at Playmakers in Okemos. | Photo credit: Larry Hook
September 4, 2016 6:51 pm
The business has been named one of the 50 best running specialty stores in America for each of the past 10 years, according to competitor.com. In 2010, Playmakers was selected as the Independent Runner Retailer Association’s “National Running Specialty Store of the Year.”
Mason holds on to the ball during a game against Okemos in its opener to the football season. | Photo by: Dave Ferguson
August 26, 2016 9:09 pm
With 7.6 seconds remaining, Okemos faced fourth down from the Mason 15-yard line. A penalty was called on what initially appeared to be an incomplete pass and Okemos had a final chance to score with two seconds on the clock. The game finally ended with pressure from the Bulldogs preventing Okemos from getting off a last ditch pass attempt.
Not unlike a new calendar year, the spring season brings with it dreams of better things--including beds filled with gorgeous blossoms, ornamental grasses, flowering shrubs and trees, and a beautiful lush lawn.