The three-day festival will include workshops, demonstrations, appearances by local chefs and culinary celebrities, and tastes and sips of the best dishes and libations from area restaurants, caterers, wineries, breweries and other food producers.
Officials got about a dozen calls reporting illnesses after Traverse City’s new $360K splash pad rained human waste-water on kids.
A 29-year-old woman and a 58-year-old man were struck in separate incidents.
Traverse City officials have issued a health alert after a sewer backup fouled a new $360K splash pad.
Officials with the mobile-shopping app Ozmott Saturday announced their growing merchant base in Traverse City, adding a variety of retailers throughout the region and the downtown shopping district.
Clinch Park is the first project tackled from the City’s 2010 Bayfront Plan, a series of recommended improvements along the shoreline.
An investigation shows both drivers involved in a crash that killed a 31-year-old high school golf coach, an 18-year-old player and a passenger in the second vehicle were at fault.
Michael Estes says the early morning theft has taught him a lesson.
After months of heated debate, local officials agreed this spring to make it easier and less expensive for mobile food vendors to operate in the city.
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