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12 Holiday Travel Tips for Families with Special Needs

By Guest Blogger Sara Croft, Media Relations and Marketing Manager, Easter Seals Crossroads

Ceremony Draws Awareness to Key Issue

By CRAIG CURRIER

Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation Provides Funding to Make Zorn Beach Accessible

Adapted in TC: Coping with ripple effects of suicide

Susan OdgersBy SUSAN ODGERS Local columnist

YOUR SAFETY CAN’T WAIT

safe roads logoMichigan’s roads, bridges and highways were once the envy of the nation. The state that put the world on wheels built the country’s first concrete road over a century ago. Today, Michigan’s roads and bridges are dangerous ...

About Proposal 1


This proposal would provide funding needed to fix our roads and bridges for the long-term. It would require that all state taxes paid on gas go to transportation. State lawmakers would no longer be able to shift these taxes we ...

Char-Em Transit Summit to Take Place on April 23

Community members are invited to attend the Char-Em Transit Summit on April 23 from 11a.m.-1p.m at the Emmet County Fairgrounds (1129 Charlevoix Ave., Petoskey.) Attendees will have the opportunity to:


  • Learn about the state of transit in ...

Detroit rapper who is deaf helps community make their own videos

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Caroline Casey: Looking past limits

Adapted in TC: Taking control of life's biggest choices isn't easy

Susan OdgersMy husband, Tom, and I wanted to start a family after 11 years of marriage.

Community Conversation to Take Place on May 12 in Gaylord

UCP logoThe DD Council wants to hear from YOU!

Adapted in TC: Answers to one of life's biggest questions

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