Reader support is what keeps this community newspaper going. Readers who pay taxes, and vote, and shop local, and want a good life for their families — they understand how important it is to have a source of information that is balanced, reliable, and local. That’s what The Lansing Journal is all about.
We report on big issues that affect our community:
- Lansing businesses weigh options as property taxes spike
- Village Administrator proposes salary increase for Mayor, Clerk, Trustees
- Frustrations mount as Sunnybrook District 171 enters seventh month of contract negotiations
But we also keep you informed about daily events and opportunities:
- Lansing’s flag depository offers respectful disposal of old flags
- Recycling 101
- Fox Pointe 2019 events
Just like local restaurants, local hardware stores, and local flower shops, this local newspaper needs your patronage. Investment from readers enables us to report, publish, and deliver local news, and make it equally accessible to all.
When you give to The Lansing Journal, every dollar supports the journalism. Your contributions cover the costs of reporting, publishing, and delivering local news every single day — award-winning local news!
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The Lansing Journal is all about our local community. We cover stories that are important to our community but overlooked by other media.
We let you know about the new Primary Center at Lester Crawl School, which will be one of the largest in the state.
We let you know when South Suburban College began offering COVID vaccinations.
We covered TF South’s football victory over TF North during 2021’s shortened sports season.
How much is that kind of news worth to you?
Your friends and neighbors
When Marlene Cook wrote a book about the First Church PCA graveyard, when Ballet Folklórico performed at TF South, when local residents started a Food Swap, and when Lansing veterans participated in Honor Flight Chicago—you read about it in The Lansing Journal.
Who else is writing about your friends, your neighbors, your kids?
“I quit my subscription to The Times a few months ago,” one Lansing resident told us. “The only reason we subscribed was to not miss death notices, but now we can get this on the internet very easily. The Lansing Journal is doing a great service to the Lansing community!”
Businesses, we’ve covered your grand openings, your ribbon-cuttings, your expansions and remodels. We’ve encouraged people to shop local. We’ve shared the histories of established Lansing businesses and celebrated the arrival of new ventures.
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We believe that local residents, businesses, schools, and elected officials have important stories to share. We believe that our community deserves a quality newspaper. Quality costs money, but it’s worth investing in. Will you make that investment?
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