Known for their ability to take a step back and see the full potential in a piece of property, the team at Socks Construction knew from the start: there was something special here
The Grand Traverse region offers many entertaining options for the whole family.
For 23 years, Groundwork for Resilient Communities (formerly known as the Michigan Land Use Institute) has successfully built programs with the belief that a clean environment and strong economy go hand in hand.
About ten years ago, Melissa Benovic was traveling with her husband, Ilker Arslan, to Istanbul, Turkey, where they visited the Grand Bazaar. It was the first time she had seen a mosaic lamp, and she was in awe of the craftsmanship and beauty of the pieces.
Helping veterans transition from active duty back to everyday life is one of the greatest investments a community can make.
Part of an island chain that extends north to the Straits of Mackinac, North and South Manitou Islands are located in the sparkling waters of Lake Michigan near Leland, and are accessible only by private watercraft or by the Manitou Island Transit Ferry.
What better way to learn about and understand the challenges a particular group of individuals face than by holding a gathering with community members to ask them directly?
LIAA is not your typical nonprofit in that its broad framework builds stronger communities through a unique combination of education, information, and technology.
In the Grand Traverse area, two old-style ranches -- Ranch Rudolf and Wolf Lake Ranch -- are great destinations for escaping the hustle and bustle of our daily routines.
The El Grupo Norte organization began when two parents, both physical therapists, decided to help alleviate the snarled car pickup lines at their kids’ school and at the same time create a healthier alternative: a bike club.