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Traverse City Delays Decision on Short Term Rentals

City Delays Decision On Short-Term Rentals By Beth Milligan | June 19, 2018 Homeowners seeking more flexibility to rent out rooms on their properties on a short-term basis face another delay after Traverse City commissioners pushed back a… Read More

Traverse City New Businesses

Marshes To Open New Restaurant By Beth Milligan | May 29, 2018 Dan and Pam Marsh, owners of Red Ginger, have purchased the Garfield Center retail strip center, and plan to open a restaurant there this fall. The… Read More

Rail Study, Climbing Facility, And More Ticker Updates

By Ross Boissoneau | Dec. 18, 2017 You read lots of news here (first) throughout 2017, but much has developed since we first reported some stories. So today and tomorrow (Dec. 18 and 19), we revisit Ticker stories… Read More

Grocery Shopping Without The Store: My Shipt Experience

Grocery Shopping Without The Store: My Shipt Experience May 30, 2017 By Lynda Twardowski Wheatley Shipt, the Internet-based grocery delivery service, which arrived at Traverse City Meijer stores via much fanfare a week ago, appears to be a… Read More

Kids Creek Restoration, Slowly But Surely

By Beth Milligan A $200,000 project to increase the floodplain of Kids Creek near Grand Traverse Pavilions is set to get underway in June – one of multiple projects planned to proceed in 2017 as part of a… Read More

911 Texting Coming To Grand Traverse County

911 Texting Coming To Grand Traverse County March 23, 2017 By Ross Boissoneau It’s not here yet, but Grand Traverse County is moving toward enabling 911 emergency texting, potentially within the next 90 days. “We are testing a… Read More

History-Themed Cocktail Bar Slated For Downtown Traverse City

By Beth Milligan A new history-themed cocktail lounge could soon be headed to downtown Traverse City if city commissioners approve a liquor license for the project Tuesday at their 7pm meeting at the Governmental Center. Husband-and-wife duo Christine… Read More

Hotel, Retail, Housing Could Follow Costco – Traverse City

By Beth Milligan Costco is the first domino in a series of potential developments on South Airport Road that could eventually include a hotel, retail center, restaurant, and senior housing development, according to project documents. Costco commissioned a… Read More

TCAPS Preps Property Plans

TCAPS Preps Property Plans August 9, 2016 By Beth Milligan From the reconstruction of Eastern Elementary School to consideration of a donor’s offer to keep Old Mission Peninsula School open to the sale of the former Long Lake… Read More