- Eastwood Custom Homes, 571 Rachel Lane, Blair Township, new home,$207,993
- Mariann Weber, 5846 W. Blair Townhall Road, Blair Township, demolish dwelling, no cost listed
- Richard Brakeman, 461 E. River Road, East Bay Township, detached garage, $11,460
- Robert and Diane Brzezinski, 2900 English Woods Drive, East Bay Township, residential remodel, $44,000
- East Bay Calvary Church, 2225 E. Hammond Road, East Bay Township, commercial remodel, $7,152
- Len Martinelli and Paul Knapp, 469 Peninsula Trail, Building #1, East Bay Township, new home, $78,235
- Len Martinelli and Paul Knapp, 469 Peninsula Trail, Building #2, East Bay Township, new home, $78,235
- Len Martinelli and Paul Knapp, 469 Peninsula Trail, Building #3, East Bay Township, new home, $78,235
- Len Martinelli and Paul Knapp, 469 Peninsula Trail, Building #4, East Bay Township, new home, $78,235
- Len Martinelli and Paul Knapp, 469 Peninsula Trail, Building #5, East Bay Township, new home, $78,235
- Pathway Homes, 1921 Sweetfern Way, East Bay Township, new home, $148,650
- Pathway Homes, 1850 Sweetfern Way, East Bay Township, new home, $148,635
- Timothy Doyle, 2030 Blue Heron Trail, Long Lake Township, new home, $262,192
- Larry Galehouse, 6808 Brandow Woods Drive, Long Lake Township, storage shed, $8,114
- John and Susan Boles, 9064 Peninsula Drive, Peninsula Township, residential addition, $220,292
- Daryl Bruckner, 319 W. 15th St., Traverse City, detached garage, $10,224
- Cone Drive Operations Inc., 910 Lake Ridge Drive, Traverse City, foundation for relocated structure, $4,183
- Kate and Dan Flewelling, 800 Cottageview Drive, Traverse City, commercial remodel, $3,000
- Gerald Fillstra, 938 Carver St., Traverse City, new home, $201,308
- Front Street Holding LLC, 125 E. Front St., Traverse City, commercial remodel, $52,000
- Jones Center for Pain Management, 701 Third St., Traverse City, commercial addition, $42,550
- Munson Medical Center, 207 Beaumont Place, Traverse City, demolish building, no cost listed
- Munson Medical Center, 1200 Sixth St., Traverse City, commercial remodel, $48,000
- Wendy Roberts, 1022 Lincoln St.,Traverse City, residential addition, $27,339
- Alfred and Carol Roney, 834 Webster St., Traverse City, porch, $2,250
- Third Level Crisis Center, 1022 E. Front St., Traverse City, commercial remodel, $11,000
- Amanda Zehner Carlson, 631 W. 13th St., Traverse City, residential addition, $7,046
- Casey Baldyga, 2167 Hoch Road, Blair Township, residential addition, $35,828
- Steve Zakrajsek, 5096 Palmer Place, Blair Township, new home, $123,146
- Paul Briody, 695 Lake George Trail, East Bay Township, detached garage, $22,326
- Mike and Sherri Hintz, 916 Avenue B, East Bay Township, egress window, $4,850
- David Schuler, 826 Munson Avenue, East Bay Township, residential remodel, $25,0001
- Charles and Janet Weaver, 3891 Manchester Road, East Bay Township, foundation repair, $18,000
- Michael Dow, 1977 W. Outer Drive, Long Lake Township, detached garage, $7,668
- Elsie Weber, 3720 Avery Trail, Long Lake Township, deck, $2,366
- Steve Zoland, 4381 Harr Drive, Long Lake Township, new home, $149,754
- Peninsula Township, 13235 Center Road, Peninsula Township, commercial remodel, $15,000
- Midtown Development Inc., 122 & 124 Fairway Hills Drive, Traverse City, duplex, $297,370
- Joe and Lori Neimer, 632 Washington St., Traverse City, demolish garage, no cost listed
- St. Francis Catholic Church, 1015 S. Union St., Traverse City, commercial remodel, $176,545
- Scott Vanaelst, 636 Hastings St., Traverse City, detached garage, $17,892
- Eastwood Custom Homes, 571 Rachel Lane, Blair Township, new home,$207,993
GM: 110 paid internships
General Motors is kicking the tires on a unique new internship program for Detroit-area high school students.Continued ...
Gas prices rise 10 cents over past week
AAA Michigan says gasoline prices have risen about 10 cents during the past week to a statewide average of about $3.88 per gallon.Continued ...
Couple, resort in Twitter tussle
An Internet entrepreneur and former Wall Street derivatives analyst contends central Idaho’s Sun Valley resort and the Twitter Inc. social media site heisted his handle.Continued ...
Court rules for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac in Oakland lawsuit
A federal appeals court overturned a lower court ruling and threw out tax claims by Oakland County against the federally charted mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.Continued ...
Ex-Saab execs arrested on accounting charges
A Swedish prosecutor says three former executives of automaker Saab Automobile AB have been arrested on accounting fraud charges.Continued ...
- Sunday, May 19, 2013
Oryana celebrates 40 years in business
In the early 1970s, a small group of Traverse City families got together to drive to Ann Arbor and purchase the grains and beans they couldn’t find locally.Continued ...
Chamber View: Multiple opportunities for learning
The people who make up our local business community often wear many hats – boss, line worker, ambassador, bookkeeper, mentor … the list goes on.Continued ...
Business Memoranda: 05/19/2013
Custer Workplace Interiors has added Emily Heilig to its northern Michigan sales team.Continued ...
Business in Brief: 05/19/2013
Become a contractor; Solar projec tbeing offered; MMC joins Spectrum. (Plus more)Continued ...
Building Permits: 05/19/2013
Building permits issued in Grand Traverse County:Continued ...
Real Estate Transfers: 05/19/2013
Address, asking price and sold price:Continued ...
The Record: 05/19/2013
Assumed names filed in Grand Traverse County:Continued ...
- Saturday, May 18, 2013
Ag Forum: Chestnuts a growing market
Various species of chestnut are found in Michigan — naturally in the landscape, in green spaces as ornamentals and also planted in orchards for nut production.Continued ...
Futures File: Even with large crop, soybeans shoot higher
Although U.S. farmers are expecting to harvest a large soybean crop this fall, the current supply of soybeans in storage is running low, lifting prices higher. This week, July soybeans shot up 45 cents (+3.2 percent), reaching $14.47 per bushel on Friday morning.Continued ...
Farm Focus in Brief: 05/18/2013
Beverage classes; Weed management; Compost Day. (Plus more)Continued ...
- Friday, May 17, 2013
Festival spotlights science, math
Newton’s Road, a regional nonprofit organization committed to increasing access to and appreciation of learning opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math, continues its Northern Michigan STEaM Film Festival on Saturday.Continued ...
Only 2 of 13 small SUVs do well in crash tests
Only two of 13 small SUVs performed well in front-end crash tests done by an insurance industry group, with several popular models faring poorly in the evaluations.Continued ...
Technology, labor spar on immigration
To the U.S. technology industry, there’s a dramatic shortfall in the number of Americans skilled in computer programming and engineering that is hampering business.Continued ...
Compuware cancels events to honor company co-founder
The wife of a Compuware Corp. co-founder is upset that events to honor her husband’s legacy and the software development company’s history have been canceled.Continued ...
- Thursday, May 16, 2013
Eurozone recession is now longest in currency bloc
The eurozone is now in its longest ever recession — a stubborn slump that has surpassed even the calamity that hit the region in the financial crisis of 2008-2009.Continued ...
State economy still on upswing
Economists say Michigan’s economy is turning around for the fourth straight year in part because the housing sector is on the mend.Continued ...
State’s jobless rate decreases
Michigan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate edged down in April by one-tenth of a percentage point to 8.4 percent.Continued ...
Compuware plans IPO for Covisint subsidiary
Software development company Compuware Corp. says it’s planning an initial public offering for its Covisint Corp. subsidiary.Continued ...
House panel set to OK cut in food stamp program
A House committee rebuffed Democratic efforts Wednesday to keep the $80 billion-a-year food stamp program whole, as debate on the farm bill turned into a theological discourse on helping the poor.Continued ...
- Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Wind farms get pass on eagle deaths
It happens about once a month here, on the barren foothills of one of America’s green-energy boomtowns: A soaring golden eagle slams into a wind farm’s spinning turbine and falls, mangled and lifeless, to the ground.Continued ...
- GM: 110 paid internships