President Biden has reopened websites where residents can apply for the Child Tax Credit (CTC).
In recent years, there has been a rise in women-owned businesses in Michigan.
The governor’s fiscal year 2023 School Aid Fund budget recommendation would invest $361 million for school-based mental health services.
Young people in Michigan are more likely to graduate from high school, get their GED, and graduate from college than ever before.
Governor Whitmer is suing 13 county prosecutors, including both the Washtenaw and Wayne County prosecutors, to protect abortion rights in Michigan.
Governor Whitmer’s Sixty by 30 goal aims to prepare more Michiganders for modern in-demand jobs, and higher wages by 2030.
The housing market in Traverse City has been competitive so far in 2022.
Experts say that an important part of Covid-19 prevention is regular physical activity.
Many Michiganders also face affordability issues in urban and suburban communities across the state.
The spring sports season is underway for the Traverse City Central Trojans.