Whether graduating students are leaving college, or getting ready to attend, one thing on many students’ minds is student loans. Continue reading
Mid Michigan Community Action is offering assistance to families with lingering utility costs, and providing them with a supply of heating fuel for next winter. Continue reading
The improvements will allow three companies to expand, creating 135 new full time jobs. Continue reading
Traverse City officials voted unanimously Monday night to move on in planning for a new multi-million dollar fishing pier.
The funding for the food pantries come from the Community Foundation of Northeast Michigan. Continue reading
Now as the year comes to a close, one of his donations will be making its way to McLean and Eakin Booksellers in Petoskey. Continue reading
With veterans returning home in unprecedented numbers, veteran care officials say health care issues for veterans need to be addressed. Continue reading
The 2008 recession has left its mark on more than just the economy, it’s also hurt school funding. This according to a new report released October 16 from the nonpartisan Center on Budget and Policy. Continue reading
A bill creating a permanent college endowment fund for foster children was approved by the state House this week, and is now on it’s way to the Senate.
Kathy Lockhart is the coordinator for foster programs at Eagle Village in Osceola County.
She said young people in foster care are often excited when they start pursuing higher education, but they can easily become overwhelmed. Continue reading
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe has been awarded federal grant money to build a new farmers market pavilion.
Cold weather this past winter was strong enough to damage water and sewer mains for some areas of northern Michigan.
Officials said $6 million in grants are available to help eligible communities through the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. Continue reading
The effort to continue “Art for all” in Saginaw will get a boost from a million dollars in state money.