Traverse City News and Events

Here Comes The Rain Again: Flooding Impacts Region

By Beth Milligan | Oct. 24, 2020

Hard rains deluged the Grand Traverse region Thursday and Friday, resulting in flooded roadways, leaking buildings, and a sewage backup at an elementary school. As residents and business owners grapple with the immediate impacts, local governments – including The City of Traverse City and Grand Traverse County – are ramping up efforts to shore up infrastructure and prevent further flooding damage in the future.

An estimated four to five inches of rain fell across northern Michigan in roughly a 24-hour period starting Thursday afternoon. In downtown Traverse City, a private sewer line owned by Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) running from Central Grade School to a city-owned main backed ...

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Second Coronavirus Case Linked To Central High School

A second positive coronavirus case was linked to Traverse City Central High School Friday - one believed ...

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Barlow Street Closure Planned Monday-Wednesday

The 700 Block of Barlow Street will be closed in Traverse City Monday-Wednesday for utility work by ...

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Homecoming Career Fair Still On -- With Changes

In 2017, TCNewTech hosted its first Thanksgiving weekend event for boomerangs returning to Traverse City for the ...

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Today Saturday, October 24, 2020

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Haunted Trail at the Ghost Farm of Kingsley

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Central Grade School Closed Friday Due To Sewage Backup

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Old Mission Wineries Sue Peninsula Township Over Restrictive Ordinances

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Real Estate Sales Breaking Records, With Leelanau Leading The Way

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Central High School To Reopen Friday

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Central High School To Go Remote For Two Days After Positive Coronavirus Case Identified

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