A cancer patient whose eviction from her federally subsidized apartment around Christmas of 2009 was halted amid an outcry faces homelessness again.
Lori Montroy, 52, said she has been in a panic since she got an eviction notice last month at the apartment where she has lived since 2008.
'It was ’09 when, at least from our perspective, the industry hit bottom," said Andrew MacDonald, whose company Blue Water Promotions has run the Traverse City Boat Show for seven years. "It was very tough, it was almost panic, and we haven’t seen anything close to that since."
Fiery fretwork will be all the rage in Benzie County this week, with two concerts featuring seven guitarists.
First up is the California Guitar Trio, the acclaimed virtuoso group that encompasses surf rock, classical, new age, folk and progressive rock elements. The CGT will be performing at Crystal Mountain’s Conference Center, Tuesday.
Opening the show will be the Younce Guitar Duo, the father and son duo profiled in the Express Jan. 30.
Now, imagine what would happen if that money was double, tripled, quadrupled.
Or multiplied by 100. That’s the rationale behind “100 Women Who Care,” a group of women who meet four times a year, and in less than an hour raise over $10,000 for a local cause.
He left to go to college and law school and begin a career and when he decided to move back to his hometown in the mid- 1990s, he was worried about what he was getting himself into. Would this be the same backward place he remembered from his youth? Or was Northern Michigan somehow getting more progressive?
Soon after he moved back there was a news story about a cross burning in Grawn and Ringsmuth thought his worst fears about coming home were coming true...
So this time of the year, our region is loaded with events that pay tribute to the people who settled this region in the late 1800’s. Here is an overview of events happening throughout Northern Michigan...
It’s been almost five months since someone took a saw to an orchard in Garfield Township and wasted 428 cherry trees. The search for the culprit or culprits has gone cold, despite a $10,000 reward in the case. Three other cases of orchard or vineyard vandalism have also gone unsolved in Leelanau County. In two of those cases, 15 cherry trees were cut at one orchard and 22 at another. At a vineyard, someone destroyed 161 grapevines.What’s partly stymied investigators is how strange these acts of vandalism are...
For those of us who are completely lost when it comes to interior design, there are folks like Diane Kolak, design consultant and owner of Dwelement Home Design, who can help make our spaces more than just “livable.”
The Grand Traverse resident shares her tips on several common interior design topics in this year’s Home & Furnishings issue.