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Christopher Nagy

Christopher Nagy is an editor for M3 Group. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and has more than 25 years of experience in journalism. His three Essential Truths of Life are: Mounds over Almond Joy, Red Vines over Twizzlers and Skor over Heath.

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Professional Highlights from the 517 Region

GCSI Named Top Michigan Lobbying Firm Governmental Consultant Services Inc. was ranked the most effective multi-client lobbying firm in Michigan in an MIRS…

Kehler Uses her Job, DEIB to Uplift the Region

Whether she’s on or off the clock for the city of Lansing, Judy Kehler’s goal is to help the region and its residents realize their fullest abilities and cap…

Meet the 2021 Entrepreneurial Awards Judges

The judges for the Greater Lansing Entrepreneurial Awards are a key component in making each year’s event a successful one. The judges panel spends countless…

5 HR Tools for Business Success

Few people outside of human resources professionals fully understand how many hats HR has to wear to keep a company running smoothly and its workforce satisf…

Educators Reflect on Teaching During the Pandemic

As most students gear up for a return to a full-year of in-person learning, the state is laying the groundwork to help students rebound in their academic suc…

6 Ways Continuing Education Brings Career Benefits

Education is — and should be — a lifelong journey. Not only does the ceaseless quest for learning allow us to grow and become more fulfilled individuals, but…

Holt Educator Named Michigan’s Teacher of the Year

Some local students will have the privilege of learning from the best of the best when they return to the classroom this year. Leah Porter, a kindergarten…

Okemos Flower Microfarm is in the Business of Brightening Days

It’s strange how it always seems to be the delicate and supple things that have the deepest impact on someone’s day. As the owner of Kindness Blooms, Jess…

Michigan Hosts Numerous Sectors of Agriculture

Those of a certain age may remember the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s public service announcement campaign featuring “Farmer Brown.” The banjo-plucking pu…

Michigan Lifts Outdoor Capacity Limits

The great outdoors just became a little greater. The state has lifted capacity limits on outdoor events starting this month, and indoor capacity limits ha…

Notable News for June 2021

CASE Credit Union Announces Promotions CASE Credit Union announced two promotions within its team. Rachael Singleton was named executive vice president an…

Farmers Markets across Greater Lansing

Nothing quite says summer like preparing a meal using the fresh ingredients homegrown by the local vendors at your neighborhood farmers market. The Greater L…

Through Selflessness, Mason Teacher Finds the Hero’s Journey

It’s the moments of tragedy and distress where the mettle of character is forged. For longtime Mason High School English and creative writing teacher Mark S…

Dream Maker: Packard Returns to Roots to Open INstitute of Dancers

Since 2017, dancers from across Michigan have made hours-long journeys multiple times each week to converge in Okemos to hone their skills and talents under …

Prescription for the Blues: Root Doctor Ready to Return to Stage

The connection between a musician and the audience is a cyclical one. Both the performer and those in attendance are driven from the electricity and energy t…

Heard it Through the Grapevine: Local Spots for Wine in the Region

Every wine has a specific and unique story rooted in age and location and history. Yet the individualized nature of wine itself also has a singular uniting f…

In Work and Life, East Lansing Councilwoman Seeks Positive Change

Perhaps in large part due to the creeping ooze of social media seeping into every corner of life, it’s easier than ever to be an armchair activist or pastime…

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