Traverse City News and Events

Fall On The Farm: What Local Farmers Are Harvesting & Growing This Season

By Beth Milligan | Oct. 3, 2022

Summer may be the peak tourism season, but for farmers, autumn brings long days toiling in the soil harvesting, preparing, packing, and even planting crops. ... Read More >>


Employee Pay, Complete Streets, Rooftop Spaces On City Agenda

By Beth Milligan | Oct. 3, 2022

Traverse City commissioners will vote tonight (Monday) to use some of the city’s $1.65 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to make a ... Read More >>


Are State Education Policies Working Against Rural School Districts Like TCAPS?

By Craig Manning | Oct. 2, 2022

Statewide education policy in Michigan is drastically underserving school districts in the state’s rural communities. Such is the big-picture conclusion of a report published last ... Read More >>


A Better Winter: Advocates For Local Homeless Population Get Ready For Winter Operations

By Craig Manning | Oct. 1, 2022

As daylight fades and temperatures drop, life gets more difficult for people experiencing homelessness in northern Michigan. This winter, though, that population will have more ... Read More >>


M-22/M-72 Roundabout, Waterfront TART Trail, Pedestrian Crossings Emerge In Road Redesign

By Beth Milligan | Sept. 30, 2022

A roundabout at the Grandview Parkway/M-72/M-22/Bay Street intersection, a new waterfront TART Trail along the north side of the highway, and several upgraded pedestrian crossings ... Read More >>


Three Nonprofits Win Impact100 Traverse City Grants

Sept. 30, 2022

Three nonprofit organizations have each received $112,000 in grants from Impact100 Traverse City. The three recipients, Friends of the Garden Theatre, Single MOMM, and North Country ... Read More >>


313-Unit Development Proposed For Hammond Road

By Beth Milligan | Sept. 29, 2022

A 313-unit development called Hammond Hills – containing a mix of single-family homes, duplexes, quadplexes, and sixplexes – is proposed for a nearly 79-acre vacant ... Read More >>


Rotary To Close GO-REC, Withdraws PUD Application

By Beth Milligan | Sept. 28, 2022

Rotary Camps and Services is withdrawing its application to East Bay Township to hold events at GO-REC, announcing Wednesday it will close the property at ... Read More >>


Downtown TC Launching New Comedy Festival In February

By Beth Milligan | Sept. 28, 2022

A new comedy festival is coming to downtown Traverse City this winter, the Downtown Traverse City Association announced Wednesday. The Traverse City Comedy Fest will ... Read More >>


Garfield Township Residents Weigh In

By Beth Milligan | Sept. 28, 2022

As Garfield Township goes through a process to rewrite its master plan, 875 township residents – randomly sampled by mail – have weighed in on ... Read More >>



Over 600 Housing Units On Deck In City - But Variety Is Lacking

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Senior Center, Madison/Jefferson Reconstruction, Governmental Center Parking On City Agenda

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Night Closures On East Front Street This Week

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How Do You Get Millennials To Move To Traverse City?

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Code Green, Code Yellow, Code Red: Local Employers Share Status Reports On Hiring For Critical Jobs

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A New Chapter In The (Cook)book: NMC Reimagines The Great Lakes Culinary Institute

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Save The Date: Recess At North Bar TC On October 5

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Sichuan Restaurant Coming To TC, Playa Bowls Opening Saturday, More Restaurant/Retail News

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Grandview Parkway, Sixth Street Closures This Week

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Food Insecurity Threatens More And More Northern Michigan Families

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County Commissioners To Talk Mental Health Authority, Campus Consolidation, Drain Funding

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City Commissioners Approve Splash Pad Improvements, Property Purchase, Spruce/Sixth Stop

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53-Unit Apartment Complex Planned For East Front Street

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Region Lands $900k In State Arts Grants

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