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Sears Outlet to open in vacated Value City site, create 20 jobs

A new Sears Outlet opening this June in Lansing's Delta Township will offer overstocked, lightly damaged or reconditioned merchandise for the home at substantial discounts to list prices.
 
According to excerpts from the article:
"…the retailer chose Delta Township for its Lansing-area store because officials believe it will complement the Home Depot home improvement chain’s adjacent store. There also was a demand for discounted merchandise."

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Italian companies to expand to Lansing, bring dozens of jobs

Two Italian companies have selected Lansing as the base of their North American operations, creating up to 60 jobs within the next three years.
 
SAET, a Turin, Italy-based manufacturer of induction heat treating equipment, will locate a sales and service office in Lansing, while the Italian communications firm SATIZ plans to bring their technical publishing office to the region.

The Lansing Economic Area Partnership is working with the two companies to find space for their operations.
 
According to excerpts from the article:
 "Bernero sold Lansing as a medium-sized, manageable city with a small, yet globally connected airport. He touted Michigan State University's resources and the close driving distance to Chicago and Detroit."
 
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New health facility coming to Delta

Work on a new, $9-million Ciena Healthcare facility is underway in Delta Twp. 

According to excerpts from the article:

Scheduled to open next fall, the 78,500-square-foot, 100-bed facility will provide both long-term skilled care and short-term rehabilitative services and bring 120 new jobs to the area.

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Flurry of new restaurants, retailers opening along Saginaw corridor in Delta Township

A number of new business are cropping up in Delta Twp. along the Saginaw Highway corridor.

According to excerpts from the article:
 
Township Supervisor Ken Fletcher said a national economy that is gradually recovering from the recession is leading the charge, along with new local residential construction in various neighborhoods, including Ashford Manor and Pointe West.

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Five Below teen retailer to open in Delta Twp.

A new teen retailer will soon open in Delta Township.

According to excerpts from the article:
 
Five Below Inc., a Philadelphia-based retail chain that sells fashion and other accessories for $5 or less, will open its newest store in The Marketplace at Delta Township, near West Saginaw Highway and Interstate 96.

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New stores opening in Meridian Mall

A number of new store have opened in the Meridian Mall, and more will open soon.

According to excerpts from the article:
 
Shoe Carnival Inc., an Evansville, Ind.-based retailer, opened last week inside a 12,150-square-foot space near the Macy’s department store, the mall said. It will have an exterior entrance as well as access from inside the shopping center.

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Lansing Mall site prepped for new cinema

A new movie multiplex will open at Lansing Mall next year.

According to excerpts from the article:
 
The former Mervyns department store wing on the mall’s north side has been demolished to make way for a 12-screen theater from Knoxville, Tenn.-based theater chain Regal Entertainment Group. Construction on the new cineplex could start before winter.

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GM hires new workers for Delta plant

Approximate 45 workers will be hired at General Motors' Lansing Delta Township assembly plant, replacing employees who transferred to other plants.

According to excerpts from the article:
 
About 25 employees already are at work, with another 20 expected in the next few weeks, said Erin Davis, a Lansing-based GM spokeswoman. They will build the Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia crossovers at the Delta Township factory. Hiring is completed.

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Lansing Mall to get new 12-screen movie theater in former Mervyns space

A new 12-screen movie theater will open at the Lansing Mall. 

According to excerpts from the article:
 
Regal Entertainment Group plans to open a 50,0000-square-foot theater at the Lansing Mall, mall owner Rouse Properties Inc. said. With 12 screens, the Knoxville, Tenn.-based chain’s new theater will double the number of screens currently available to moviegoers at an adjacent mall-owned site.

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Cyclists celebrate bike lane on Saginaw

Lansing bikers now have a safer way to travel in on Saginaw with a dedicated bike lane.

According to excerpts from the article:

The wide new bike lane along busy Saginaw Street and its deluxe link to the Lansing River Trail at the new Saginaw Street bridge over the Grand River is the most dramatic evidence yet of “complete streets” planning in Michigan.

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Ground broken in Delta for new senior complex

On Aug. 15,  the new Delta River Senior Village celebrated a groundbreaking ceremony.

According to excerpts from the article:

Delta River Senior Village will be a three-story, 38-unit apartment building for low and moderate income seniors 62 and older.
 
Made possible by a $3.67 million HUD grant, it is the first new apartment building in the township in five years, according to township community development director Mark Graham.

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Delta Meijer drive-through pharmacy OK'd

A drive-through pharmacy window is on the way to the West Saginaw Meijer.

According to excerpts from the article:

The 120-square-foot addition to the 220,250-square-foot Meijer store will fit under its existing overhang. There will be curbs and a wrought iron railing to discourage pedestrians from walking in the drive through lane, as well as signs to direct drivers.

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GM begins promoting Lansing Grand River-built ATS small car

Cadillac is beginning to promote the ATS, a new small call that is being built in Lansing's Grand River plant.


According to excerpts from the article:

And last week, Cadillac debuted a video online promoting the upcoming compact rear-wheel-drive car that is scheduled to begin rolling off the line late next summer at GM's Lansing Grand River assembly plant.

The automaker is adding a second shift of about 600 workers to build the ATS. Some new employees are expected to come in early next year.

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Waverly Middle School starts year with a $1.5-million improvement grant

Waverly Middle School began the year with new programming made possible by a $1.5 million grant.

According to excerpts from the article:

The grant, which came as a result of the district's efforts to improve after landing on the state's list of "least proficient" schools in August, 2010, made for some pretty big changes, including a one-week pilot academy last month that served 91 students.

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Micro brewery on tap for Delta

Delta Township may soon have its first microbrewery on the corner of Mt. Hope and Marcy Ave.

According to excerpts from the article:

The township board agreed Aug. 15 to rezone the parcel, formerly the home of Joseph's Party Store, from low density residential to local service commercial, paving the way for the EagleMonk Pub and Brewery owned by Dan and Sonia Buonodono of Grand Ledge.

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