Traverse City News and Events

August Local Real Estate Numbers Are In

Sept. 21, 2020

Sales of single family homes in August set a new record for the five-county area with a total of 423 sales. Each of the counties ... Read More >>


School Hallways Come To Life, But College Planning, Tutoring, Other Questions Linger

By Craig Manning | Sept. 21, 2020

As most Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) students return for in-person instruction today for the first time since March 13, much remains in limbo, ... Read More >>


Now You Can Bet Legally In Traverse City On (Or Against) The Lions

Sept. 20, 2020

It's official: sports gambling is legal in Michigan, at least at Native American casinos, and Onyx Sports Bar inside Turtle Creek Casino on M-72 is ... Read More >>


The Day Of Caring Still Happened

Sept. 20, 2020

In a slice of good news, United Way's annual Day of Caring event still took place -- despite the pandemic -- including in northern Michigan. ... Read More >>


From Big Cats The UpNorth Alphabet, Traverse City Is Crowdfunding

By Ross Boissoneau | Sept. 20, 2020

Several Traverse City-based projects are on the crowdfunding radar, including a device that hopes to be the future computer mouse, the creation of an “UpNorth ... Read More >>


TCLP's High-Speed Fiber Is Here, With Expansion -- And Competitors -- On The Horizon

By Craig Manning | Sept. 19, 2020

Long a topic of interest in Traverse City, fiber internet is now being installed for the first residential customers -- and could soon become available ... Read More >>


NMC, Michigan Tech Extend Partnership, Will Collaborate On Great Lakes Research

Sept. 19, 2020

Michigan Technological University (MTU) and Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) will collaborate on Great Lakes research, with a focus on marine technology, freshwater science and professional ... Read More >>


You're Invited To Shape The Future Of Traverse City's Parks

Sept. 19, 2020

The City of Traverse City's Parks & Recreation Department is renewing its five-year Recreation Plan, and wants input. An online survey is now available, feedback ... Read More >>


Antiracism Programs Expand, Including Virtual Book Fair To Support Diverse Authors In TCAPS Libraries

By Beth Milligan | Sept. 18, 2020

Efforts to expand antiracism programming are gaining momentum in northern Michigan, including a new partnership between Brilliant Books and Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) ... Read More >>


Pandemic Brings Surge Of Visitors - And Challenges - To Local Parks

By Beth Milligan | Sept. 17, 2020

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is on pace for a record-breaking year, setting July and August visitor records (592,404 and 490,098, respectively) and tracking toward ... Read More >>



A New Name For TAAR

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Gladhander Takes A Different Shape This Fall

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Correction: TCAPS Story

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Boardman River Planning, More Downtown Projects Resume

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TCAPS Schools To Reopen For Face-To-Face Instruction Monday

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NMC Has Awarded $1 Million Of $2.1 Million In CARES Act Fund

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Two Global Health Experts - One In TC - Talk Pandemic

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TC Eyeing Higher, Fluctuating Parking Rates Based On Demand

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Pit Spitters To Host Outdoor Movie Series

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Plans Revived For Three Mile Trail

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Here's Your Chance To Develop Your Own Village On Lake Michigan

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TC West/Central Football Game Modified For Pandemic

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Here's Traverse City's Summer 2020 Tourism Report Card

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City Launches Design Contest For “I Voted” Stickers

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