Traverse City News and Events

October Home Sales Surpass Last Year

Nov. 18, 2019

Statistics from the Traverse Area Association of Realtors show that October sales exceeded October last year, though they mostly fall short of October 2017. There ... Read More >>


Community Forum Planned Wednesday With TCAPS Superintendent Pavelka

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 18, 2019

Community group TCAPS Transparency will hold a public forum Wednesday, November 20 with Traverse City Area Public Schools Interim Superintendent Jim Pavelka. The forum will ... Read More >>


From Fishtown To State Theatre, High Waters Wreak Havoc - With Trend Likely To Continue

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 18, 2019

The impacts of near-record lake levels will continue to be felt this winter, with major repair projects needed at sites ranging from Fishtown to the ... Read More >>


Proposed Setback Changes Aim For More Walkable TC

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 17, 2019

Traverse City commissioners will consider changes Monday that would require buildings to be set further away from the road along several major city corridors – ... Read More >>


Nominations Open For Distinguished Service Award

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 16, 2019

Traverse Connect is seeking public nominations for its annual Distinguished Service Award, presented annually to individuals whose "extraordinary commitment to the Grand Traverse area has ... Read More >>


Authorities Investigate, Clear Reported Shooting Threat At West High

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 16, 2019

Authorities investigated and cleared a reported shooting threat at Traverse City West Senior High Friday, with deputies patrolling the school for the day as a ... Read More >>


A New Focus On Making Traverse City A HealthTech Hub

By Craig Manning | Nov. 16, 2019

Could Traverse City be one of the country’s next hubs of health technology innovation? It’s the goal of HealthSpark, a healthtech program that has launched ... Read More >>


Doctor Charged in “81” Property Vandalism

By Patrick Sullivan | Nov. 15, 2019

A Traverse City hand doctor faces felony charges after he admitted to vandalizing the home of the developer of the “81 on East Bay,” a ... Read More >>


Polka Fest’s Next Chapter

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 15, 2019

Organizers of the annual Cedar Polka Fest are planning to expand the event in 2020, adding a 5K race, a craft fair, and new kids ... Read More >>


At The Center Of The TCAPS Storm, Chair Sue Kelly Admits Hiring “Wrong Superintendent,” But Focused on Process, Future

By Luke Haase | Nov. 14, 2019

The last four weeks have brought unprecedented controversy to the Traverse City Area Public Schools board following the sudden departure of recently hired Superintendent Ann ... Read More >>



Snow Dump Brings Early Ski Resort Openings

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City Park Projects: Hickory Hills, Dog Beach, Senior Center

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City Commission Welcomes New Members, Assigns Board Appointments

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Charges Could Follow Suicide Threat

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Cherry Knoll Expansion To Start; Montessori, More Projects On Horizon

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City Commissioners To Be Sworn In Tonight

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Traffic Stop Nets Meth Bust, Multiple Arrests

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Christopher Cox's Double Life

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Curious George, PBS Kids Featured At Free Children's Book Fest Saturday

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Storm Leads To Dozens Of Accidents, Earliest TCAPS Snow Day In 25 Years

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From Hard Seltzers To Wider Distribution, Northern Michigan Craft Breweries Explore New Paths

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Proposed Developments Stack Up On US-31

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$2 Million In Sidewalk, Trail Expansion Upgrades Planned

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Downtown Stores To Donate Part Of Sales Today For Shop Your Community Day

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