Traverse City News and Events

MSU President Visits TC; Talks Student Enrollment & Vaccinations, Athletics, Local Partnerships

By Beth Milligan | July 24, 2021

Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley is making his first trip to Traverse City since taking the helm at MSU in 2019. During his visit ... Read More >>

Cases Low, Vaccinations High -- But So Are Concerns For Local School, Health Officials

By Craig Manning | July 23, 2021

“Forgotten but not gone.” That might be the best phrase to describe the COVID-19 pandemic at the moment, at least in northern Michigan. On the ... Read More >>

Sixth Street Closure Next Week

By Beth Milligan | July 23, 2021

Elmer’s Crane and Dozer will be closing Sixth Street between Division Street and Spruce Street for sewer bypass pumping for the Kids Creek Culvert Project ... Read More >>

Delta Variant Now In Grand Traverse County

July 22, 2021

The Grand Traverse County Health Department (GTCHD) reports that the Delta variant of COVID-19 has arrived locally. The GTCHD reports that the Michigan Department of ... Read More >>

(Desperately) Seeking Workers: Behind Traverse City's Employment Crisis

By Craig Manning | July 22, 2021

Though Michigan unemployment has been hovering near five percent for most of 2021, it simply must be dramatically higher in and around Traverse City, particularly ... Read More >>

TADL Institutes New Library Fine Procedures

July 21, 2021

When the Traverse Area District Library was closed by Governor Whitmer along with other non-essential businesses and venues, it offered a break for those with ... Read More >>

Here’s Who’s Running For City Commission

By Beth Milligan | July 21, 2021

Seven candidates will vie for five open seats on the Traverse City commission this fall. With Mayor Jim Carruthers not seeking reelection, Richard Lewis -– ... Read More >>

Ironman Charity Challenge To Benefit Five Local Nonprofits

By Beth Milligan | July 21, 2021

Five local charities have been invited by Traverse City Tourism to participate in the Ironman Charity Challenge, which will be held in Frankfort on September ... Read More >>

PACE North Names New Executive Director

By Beth Milligan | July 21, 2021

PACE North, a Traverse City nonprofit that provides services and support to seniors living in their own homes or with family, has a new executive ... Read More >>

Expedited Appeal Rejected In FishPass Lawsuit; Court Case Will Proceed On Normal Timeline

By Beth Milligan | July 20, 2021

The Michigan Court of Appeals has rejected a request from the City of Traverse City and Great Lakes Fishery Commission to reconsider hearing an appeal in ... Read More >>

TC Voters To Decide City Manager’s Spending Authority

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Where To Eat This Summer

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Three Mile Trail Route Unveiled

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Night Out In Kingsley Wednesday To Feature Live Music, Car Show, More

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Grandview Parkway Lane Closure Starts Monday

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58 Commencements, Van Cliburn and Lynyrd Skynyrd: A History Of Interlochen's Kresge

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Kingsley Football Coach Addresses Racist Social Media Incident

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As Drinking Culture Data Emerges, City Leaders Struggle With Liquor License Requests

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Senior Center To Host Free Concert On The Beach

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Sidewalk Construction Underway On Fourteenth Street

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DDA Eyes Next Steps For Farmers Market, Rotary Square

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Three Concepts Emerge For Crossing Boardman In East-West Corridor Study

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Housing Projects On Deck In Long Lake Township

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Gillis Street Block Closed Thursday-Friday

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