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Temperatures are cooling and the fall colors are beginning to show – a perfect recipe for running a race across the Mackinac Bridge.
Two Michigan communities will soon be marked for their historical importance. Read more
As they say, what a difference a day makes. The Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary near Alpena is nearly ten-times larger today than it was yesterday.
Although kids may be back in the classrooms, fall doesn’t officially begin until later this month.
Closure in red, detour in green (Jefferson Road east, Northland Drive north, 8 Mile Road west) and alternate route in blue (M-82 west, M-37 north and M-20 east).
Construction is finding its way to Mecosta County this weekend, but doesn’t plan on overstaying its welcome. Read more
Good news for frequent commuters on the Mackinac Bridge: tolls will not go up for at least another two years.
It’s typical for teens to tote their backpacks around during the school-year. But a new weeklong backpacking camp has them taking their bags to more scenic places this summer.
Water is one way Michiganders differentiate themselves from other states, and fishing goes right along with the territory. The DNR is now seeking feedback on plans to loosen bass fishing restrictions. Read more
Traverse City’s National Cherry Festival is underway, attracting thousands of visitors to the Grand Traverse region. Read more
A 64-year-old replica of the statue of Liberty was rededicated Thursday on Mackinac Island. The 8 ½ foot tall Lady Liberty was first dedicated in 1950, a gift from the Boy Scouts of America and the only one of its kind in Michigan.