33 million dollars in federal grant money has been awarded ten communities across the nation; Including a group of counties in northern Michigan. The money is earmarked to help address youth homelessness. Continue reading →
Northern Michigan has rapidly changed over the last several years, seeing growth not only in visitors, but also in new businesses like wineries, breweries, and foodie restaurants.
Many of those visitors are now heading north during the fall. Business as usual is clearly changing in not only Traverse City, but all of northern Michigan.
Nearly a decade ago, Labor Day was essentially the end of the tourism season in northern Michigan. Students would head back to school, seasonal workers would depart, and many businesses would shut down for the long winter ahead. Continue reading →
Photo of Dr. Dan Benishek, R-Michigan’s First Congressional District.
Michigan’s first congressional district is one of the most veteran-dense populations in America, yet resources are scarce for those vets, according to Congressman Dan Benishek, a republican serving the northern Michigan. Continue reading →
Instead of spending the day outside grilling and relaxing, many Michigan families spent their Labor Day indoors thanks to mother nature. Weather officials said Labor Day storms produced four tornadoes in Northern lower Michigan. Continue reading →