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Grading the 2014 National Cherry Festival
By Beth Milligan 2,100 volunteers. $2.3 million in revenue. An estimated 500,000 visitors in one weekend. The numbers from this year's National Cherry Festival (NCF) were record-breaking – reflecting the success of an event that, in its 88th Read More...
Funding Loss Halts Depot Development- Traverse City
Funding Loss Halts Depot Development May 14, 2014 By Beth Milligan A surprise decision by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) to "non renew" a $300,000 grant for the HomeStretch Nonprofit Housing Corporation could put a Read More...
Sidewalk Cafes, WiFi Headed Downtown Traverse City?
Sidewalk Cafes, WiFi Headed Downtown? April 25, 2014 By Beth Milligan Sidewalk cafes, downtown WiFi and bikes and parking are all on the docket for Downtown Development Authority (DDA) board members at their meeting this (Friday) morning. Here's a Read More...
Hope Ahead for Traverse City Area Public Schools, Teachers Impasse?
Hope Ahead for TCAPS, Teachers Impasse? April 21, 2014 By Lynn Geiger Coming up on a year of negotiating, the Board of the Traverse City Area Public Schools and its teachers union have put their disagreements over a new contract in the hands of a third Read More...
New Development Could Bring Public Restrooms-Downtown Traverse City
New Development Could Bring Public Restrooms April 15, 2014 By Lynn Geiger A proposed development on Park Street could bring to downtown Traverse City something it’s never had and desperately needs: public restrooms. Developer Jerry Snowden tells Read More...
Free Downtown Traverse City WiFi Finally Coming?
By Beth Milligan A long-gestating project to bring free WiFi to downtown Traverse City could finally be going online. This morning, the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Board will consider a proposed agreement with Traverse City Light & Power Read More...
Traverse City Park Projects
Parks Projects in Play March 17, 2014 By Beth Milligan Traverse City commissioners will vote tonight on resolutions of support for two grant applications to fund upcoming parks projects in or around downtown TC. Here's a look at these and other parks-related Read More...
Why and How Northwestern Bank Was Sold
By Luke Haase With yesterday’s announced sale of Northwestern Bank to Midland-based Chemical Bank, The Ticker examines why the deal happened and how the two Michigan community banks came together. Why Most bankers and analysts agree that it’s Read More...
What's New in Traverse City? Commission Meeting Tonight
Coal Dock, The River, More on Commission's Agenda March 3, 2014 By Beth Milligan Traverse City commissioners will once again consider the extent and impact of the city's event policy in light of a request from the Maritime Heritage Alliance (MHA) Read More...
Century 21 Northland was awarded the #1 office by sales volume at TAAR in the five county region
Team- In case you aren’t aware, the Traverse City office for Century 21 Northland was awarded the #1 office by sales volume at TAAR in the five county region !!! (and to think this company didn’t exist 7 years ago. J ) WELL DONE and well deserved. Read More...
2013 Traverse City area Real Estate Statistics - Market Improving
Happy 2014 from Traverse City. The 2013 Traverse City / Grand Traverse area real estate market statistics are in for our local MLS/ 5 County area and the market has improved in every category as you can see by the attached document. If you or anyone you Read More...
Traverse City (city-New Website Unveiled
Meet Your New City Website January 6, 2014 By Beth Milligan Traverse City leaders are unveiling a new official city website at tonight's commission meeting – part of an ongoing effort to better engage residents through user-friendly technology. Read More...
TCAPS to Face Tough Decisions in 2014
By Beth Milligan In the aftermath of the failure of two bond proposals for Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) in November, district officials are now faced with the difficult task of determining where and how in the budget the $48 million shortfall Read More...
Traverse City Public Schools Ponder Schedule Switch
TCAPS Ponders Schedule Switch December 9, 2013 By Beth Milligan Five years after switching to a trimester high school schedule to accommodate changing statewide graduation requirements, Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) officials tonight will Read More...
New Winery, Including "Wine Cave," Headed to Traverse City
November 1, 2013 By Lynn Geiger Anyone who has headed out the Old Mission Peninsula recently can’t help but notice the piles of dirt and earth-moving equipment about 3 miles up Center Road. That construction zone is site preparation and roadwork Read More...