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No Early Bird Parade Seating
Anyone who has been in Harbor Springs for the Fourth of July knows the town almost overflows with people during parade time.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Council reviews possible changes at Eastern entrance to city including widening walks, park improvements and traffic island
What started as a plan to improve and widen sidewalks leading from the Little Traverse Wheelway into downtown Harbor Springs has evolved into a threefold goal: slow traffic on the state's M-119 highway as it heads into town, improve the park area that runs along the top of Ottawa Stadium (across from Bay Bluffs), and provide a safer way for pedestrians and cyclists to get to the waterfront.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Council approves traffic ordinances; approves free boat wash day
There was some parking mathematics happening at Harbor Springs City Council on Monday, June 20, as council members approved two traffic ordinances related to the new Lyric Theatre, set to open downtown this summer.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Alanson Library notes a number of program updates
In continuing services to its patrons, the Alanson Area Public Library now offers free online access to SCOLA, a non-profit educational organization that provides authentic language resources in more than 175 languages.
Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Petoskey's Temple B'nai Israel celebrating 120 years of continuous service this summer
"May you live until 120." In honor of this timeless Jewish blessing, Temple B'nai Israel will be celebrating its 120th birthday this summer.
Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Artist in Residency program continues this summer
This summer marks Crooked Tree Arts Center's third Artist in Residency program.
Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Fire contained quickly at Offield Preserve
Dry conditions make for potentially dangerous fire hazards, as witnessed on Saturday, May 24, when a little over an acre of one of the pine plantation areas in Offield Family Nature Preserve started to blaze.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016


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