Traverse City News and Events

AMC To Reopen Traverse City Theater August 27

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 13, 2020

AMC Theatres announced Thursday it is ending the nearly five-month closure of its U.S. theaters, reopening more than 100 theaters on August 20 and continuing ... Read More >>


Jacob’s Farm Expanding Into “Entertainment Destination” With Food, Bar, Concerts & Events

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 13, 2020

After 128 years in business, Jacob’s Farm – home to a popular seasonal corn maze on M-72 in Long Lake Township – is ready for ... Read More >>


Facing Hiring Crisis Before Pandemic, Local Employers Now See Even More Hurdles, Fewer Candidates

By Craig Manning | Aug. 12, 2020

“I haven’t seen an applicant since February.” So says Kirk Bergsma, owner and operator of Big Apple Bagels of Traverse City. Despite constant advertising on ... Read More >>


Details Released On Eighth Street Standoff Case

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 11, 2020

The Traverse City Police Department released details Tuesday on an armed standoff that occurred with a 69-year-old Traverse City man on Eighth Street Monday. Police ... Read More >>


TCAPS To Go Virtual For First Two Weeks Of School

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 11, 2020

Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) students will have virtual instruction the first two weeks of school this fall starting after Labor Day, then return ... Read More >>


What Are The City's Priorities?

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 11, 2020

Housing. Transportation. Infrastructure. Water. Economic Development. Energy and Sustainability. Tax Revenue. Communication and Community Engagement. Those are among the top priorities Traverse City commissioners want ... Read More >>


Great Start Readiness Program Reinstated For 2020-21 School Year

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 10, 2020

A one-year agreement will allow the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) to continue for the 2020-21 school year, Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) announced ... Read More >>


The Libertarians Are Coming

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 10, 2020

Something in the ether, maybe, brought together a bunch of people who over the last year or so declared themselves Libertarians and got nominated to ... Read More >>


Are Luxury Condos Still A Good Bet In Traverse City?

By Craig Manning | Aug. 10, 2020

The landscape for luxury condominiums in northern Michigan is shifting rapidly; yes, more people are relocating to smaller communities like Traverse City, but uncertainty in ... Read More >>


City Eyes Volleyball Court Upgrades

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 9, 2020

Traverse City Parks and Recreation commissioners are considering plans to upgrade the city’s volleyball courts at West End Park to accommodate growing demand – a ... Read More >>



Eckerle To Resign From Leelanau Road Commission Following Racial Slur Controversy

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SugarKissed, Busy Bodies Bounce Town Among Businesses Announcing Closures & Sell-offs

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No Day At the Fair, But Even Livestock Can Pivot

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Putting Final Touches On Fall School Plan, VanWagoner Tackles Multiple TCAPS Priorities

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Weathering The Pandemic: Cherry Capital Airport Slowly Rebounds

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New Sidewalk Construction Underway On Boon, Carver Streets

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US-31 Work Not Expected To Be Complete Until August 28

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Local, State Election Results

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City Making Improvements On Sixteenth Street

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TC Planning Commissioners To Consider Gas Station/Market Project, Proposal To Eliminate Residential Parking Requirements

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TC's ATLAS Space Operations Lands NASA Contract

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Construction End Date On US-31 Unclear; Officials Urge Use Of Zipper Merging

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Michigan Tech To "Take Over" TCNewTech Pitch Contest Tonight

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