Traverse City News and Events

Four-Way Stop Drives Debate

By Beth Milligan | Oct. 22, 2019

A controversial four-way stop at West Front and Madison streets in Traverse City will remain in place for at least three more months as city officials study the impacts of the corridor change. The intersection is one of several in the city temporarily converted into four or all-way stops this year, with commissioners Monday approving making one at Barlow and Boon streets permanent.

City staff installed the four-way stop at West Front and Madison as a 90-day experiment in early July. City Engineer Tim Lodge says the city tried multiple methods in recent years to address concerns from Slabtown Neighborhood about speeding and a lack of safe crossings on West ...

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Two Arrested Over Weekend For Drunk Driving

Two drivers were arrested over the weekend for drunk driving in Leelanau County.

On Saturday, a Leelanau ...

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NMC Students Aim To Feed 200 Families For Thanksgiving

Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) business students hope to feed 200 families for Thanksgiving this year through the seventh ...

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Arts Commission To Host Ribbon Cutting Today For Then & Now Project

The Traverse City Arts Commission will host a ribbon cutting today (Tuesday) to commemorate the installation of ...

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Inside American Waste

A failed 2012 experiment bore nearly 50-year-old waste hauler — and environmentally conscious northerners — American Waste ...

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Today Tuesday, October 22, 2019

11:00 AM

Artists for FLOW

Twenty artists in the region created a work based on the theme of or inspired by the Great ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Get Crafty

Swirl paint a mini pumpkin. Held from 11am-noon & 2-3pm. More Info >>

11:30 AM

SCORE's Free Workshop: "Selling Your Business"

Featuring Senior Partner at Golden Circle Advisors, Curtis Kuttnauer.  More Info >>

12:00 PM

Northport Village Arts Building Anniversary Art Exhibit

Opening Reception on Fri., Oct. 18 from 6-8pm. Exhibit runs Oct. 19-26; 12-4pm daily. Each year members of ... More Info >>

1:30 PM

Create Your Company's 2020 Professional Development Plan

Join CCE & MMTC/The Center to learn how you can develop a training plan. Planning templates will be provided. More Info >>

2:00 PM

Cardiac Support Group

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4:30 PM

Girls Who Code

A free after-school program for 6-12th grade girls to use computer science to impact their community. More Info >>

6:00 PM

Screening of "Artifishal"

This is a documentary about the negative impacts of hatcheries & fish farms on wild fish populations. More Info >>

6:30 PM

Movie Night

Featuring "Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story," a 2018 TC Film Fest movie. More Info >>

6:45 PM

Detox Yoga Flow

Includes twists & poses that are focused to help eliminate toxins from the body through movement & breath. ... More Info >>

Should Service On City Boards, Committees Be Compensated?

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Our Lost Doughboys

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Pavelka Aims To Steady TCAPS, "Have An Impact On The Future"

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Your Free Weekend Planner

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Cardon Out, Pavelka In As Interim, Questions Remain At TCAPS

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Local Real Estate Sales Slow Slightly

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Salon Owner Accused of Filching Tips

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Save The Date: Recess On The Bay Nov. 6

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IAF To Host Ambassador James Zumwalt Tonight For US-Asia Talk

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America's Wealthy Millennials Are Flocking To...Traverse City, Michigan?!

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Weather Wreaks Havoc Locally

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TCAPS Special Meeting Planned Today, Cardon Likely Out

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Right Brain Brewery Announces Plans to Stay Independent

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Major Housing Development Planned For Brewery Creek Property

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