Traverse City-Based Munson Healthcare Goes 'Red' To Care For COVID PatientsA major health care provider in northern Michigan said it is putting an emphasis on COVID-19 care and reducing other services after a spike in the region.
Traverse City Adjusts Zoning To Allow Schools DowntownCity commissioners voted 4-3 to make a zoning change that would allow private schools as well as colleges in certain downtown areas in the northern Michigan town.
Traverse City Area Struggles With Housing Teen OffendersA new Michigan law that prevents authorities from locking up teens under 18 near adults is causing challenges for communities that don't have a separate place to keep young offenders.
Traverse City History Enthusiasts Seek Tips On Woman In Civil War BurialLocal history groups have placed new headstones in a Traverse City cemetery to honor eight people from the Civil War era.
President Biden Will Visit Michigan On SaturdayPresident Joe Biden will travel to Traverse City, Michigan, on Saturday as the White House looks to use the July Fourth holiday weekend to mark progress in the fight against Covid-19 after more than a year of the pandemic, according to a White House official.
Great Lakes Water Surge Eases After 2 Record-Setting YearsA spell of dry, mild weather is giving the Great Lakes a break after two years of high water that has shattered records and heavily damaged shoreline roads and homes, officials said Monday.
County Board Votes Down Resolution Recognizing US Rep’s WorkElected officials in northern Michigan have voted down a resolution to recognize the service of a Republican congressman to his district.
Michigan Approves Great Lakes Oil Pipeline Tunnel PermitsMichigan’s environmental agency said Friday it has approved construction of an underground tunnel to house a replacement for a controversial oil pipeline in a channel linking two of the Great Lakes.
Northern Michigan Auto Shop Pays Off School Districts' Unpaid Lunch DebtsTo celebrate five years in business, the owners of Mr. Hoxie's Garage wrote a check for $2,033.99 to cover unpaid student lunch debts in Suttons Bay, near Traverse City, the Record-Eagle reported.
Hunting Licenses Soar As Virus-Weary Americans Head OutdoorsMany Americans appear to be doing likewise, as sales of hunting and fishing licenses are spiking in much of the U.S. Weary of being cooped up at home — and of masking and social distancing when they go elsewhere — they're taking refuge in outdoor sports that offer safety and solitude.
President Trump To Campaign In Traverse City, Grand Rapids TodayPresident Donald Trump will make two campaign stops in Michigan on Monday.