The 24th Annual Zoo De Mack bike ride is trekking from Boyne Highlands to Mackinaw Island today, and Eric Wotila has been following the ride since the kickoff party last night. He’ll be reporting from along the route all day today — check back right here for his latest reports every few hours, or click [...]Watch Video
Participants in the Zoo De Mack get a break about halfway through the ride with lunch at Leg’s Inn — which serves nearly all of the 4,000 riders over the course of the day’s event. Eric Wotila caught up with a few of those riders for their thoughts on the trip as they reached the [...]Watch Video
Memorial day is just around the corner… and for many local businesses, that means so is their busiest season.
Shops in the downtown districts of many local communities are getting ready for the seasonal rush that generally starts around the end of May, stocking up their inventory and in some cases, rolling out new products. Sweet [...]
A woman in Peninsula Township reported she had been sexually assaulted by her husband.
The Sheriff’s Office received a warrant for the 34-year-old husband.
After a brief surveillance in the parking lot of Home Depot, the man was arrested and taken to the Grand Traverse County Jail.
No other information has been released at this time, but stay [...]
The Isabella County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a traffic accident where a 30-year-old male was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated and breaking into a house.
Dispatchers received a call from the owner of a home saying her house was broken into by an unknown male and that he was inside the house. The owner of the [...]
Thousands of people are heading to Traverse City for a large soccer tournament.
The Cherry Capital Cup, organized by Traverse Bay Area Youth Soccer, runs throughout the weekend at the Keystone soccer field in Traverse City. With many families visiting town for the tournament, the local DDA says the event should be a great thing for [...]
[ May 19, 2013; 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ] If you’re enjoy classical music but don’t enjoy driving, tomorrow’s music event in the Cadillac Community School Auditorium could be just the thing for you.
The Cadillac Symphony Orchestra will be performing their annual spring concert, called Locally Grown IV. The show begins at 3 p.m.
Tickets cost $5 for students and $10 for adults. They’re available [...]Read More