A historic lighthouse that has greeted generations of visitors to Mackinac Island is up for auction.
As that legal challenge continues, the Williams Institute has released a report estimating the potential economic impact of gay marriage in Michigan. Read more
For many kids, summer camp is a time to get outside, get away from the classroom and just be a kid.
For children with medical needs, though, summer camp can be a pipe dream.
But one camp in Lapeer county welcomes kids with special needs; children who have arthritis.
According to the Arthritis Foundation in Michigan more than 10,000 kids in Michigan and more than 300,000 kids in the U.S. have juvenile arthritis.
Kara Dorda is Program Director for Camp Dakota and the Arthritis Foundation in Michigan. Read more
In Cincinnati tomorrow (Wed.), the US Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments on same-sex marriage bans in Michigan and three other states.
Ballenger is the Editor of “Inside Michigan Politics”. CMU Public Radio’s Amy Robinson spoke with him for an overview of the primary. The first thing he said, important or not, expect low-voter turnout. Read more
The clock is ticking down toward an expected decision by the Canadian government on whether to allow a nuclear waste dump near Lake Huron.
Visitors and locals in Traverse City can expect to see a new boardwalk taking shape along the Boardman River.
The Charlevoix Public Library, partnering with the Crooked Tree Arts Center kicks off the series July 31.
Val Meyerson is with the Charlevoix Library. She said there are three presenters with different backgrounds. Read more
New customers of Saginaw’s water department will be handing over more money than before as a deposit. Read more