Stories tagged: "recreation"


Column: Linking the Past and Future of My City (and Yours, Too) Through Cycling Spaces

With so much space in our city centers, what do we do with it all?

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Cruisin’ for a Reunion: High-End Great Lakes Cruises Return After Pandemic Break

Cruise lines are back on the Great Lakes. If you want to go, get ready to pay a lot, and get in line.

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Good News on Paychecks and Taxes: 5 New Michigan Laws to Know for 2022

From not having to pay a tax on tampons to seeing an increase in minimum wage, many Michiganders could be saving money in 2022 thanks to these new laws. 

A view of a portion of the Boardman Lake Trail is seen Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020, in Traverse City, Mich. The trail is among many that have received financial support from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund, which comes from royalties paid by developers of state-owned minerals such as oil and gas. Voters on Nov. 3 will consider a ballot proposal to change rules that determine how much of the money is spent on land purchases and how much on development projects such as trails and boat launches. (AP Photo/John Flesher)
Unofficial Results Show Proposal 1 Passing in a Landslide in Michigan. Here’s What That Means for You.

Michigan parks see major upgrades across the state after the expected passage of Tuesday's landmark ballot proposal.

Water trails along the Shiawassee River have received a new recreation designation from the State of Michigan.
It’s Time to Explore! 2 Popular Michigan Water Trails Received Official Recreation Designations

More than 150 miles of water trails are now available for public access for Michigan’s fishing, boating, and hunting communities.