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Public denied access to Thornton Township Board meeting

The February 13 meeting of the Thornton Township Board of trustees lasted four minutes. But the public was not allowed to witness it...

Gas odor in Lansing originated from oil refinery in Whiting, says BP

In in email to The Lansing Journal, BP said a storage tank leak at its refinery in Whiting, Indiana last week is responsible for odors...

Being prepared for buses, corrective mandates for hotels, and welcoming Chick-fil-A – a Village Board summary

The Lansing Village Board held its first meeting of the year, discussing unscheduled bus drop-offs, police visits to hotels, and Chick-fil-A

National Weather Service issues Winter Storm Watch through noon on Saturday

Winter Storm Watch issued until January 13 at 12:00...

Lansing Journal article included in NYT’s ‘Local Journalism Worth Reading’

The New York Times 2023 list of "Local Journalism Worth Reading" was released earlier today, and The Lansing Journal is on it.

FEMA assistance application open for September 17–18 storm damage

Cook County residents affected by the severe storms and flooding of September 17- 18, 2023, can now register for FEMA disaster assistance.

Fully funded: New South Suburban College health and nursing center to break ground in 2024

SOUTH HOLLAND, Ill. (December 2, 2023) – South Suburban College leaders joined elected officials and members of the local business community on Thursday in...

Lansing History now available as a hardcover book

"I wish I could buy a book that contained all of Marlene Cook’s amazing Lansing history stories and other copies for family and friends!" wrote Frank Fetters

Love Lansing a Latte? Support the Journal at Kdulche

The Lansing Journal Latte features espresso, steamed milk, and a pump each of chocolate, vanilla, and caramel...