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Military Fly Over…

Harbor Light Newspaper photographer Mark Flemming captured these military helicopters flying low over Little Traverse Bay last week. It is unclear what they were doing in the area.

Artists on Mackinac Island for special event

American Impressionist Society is presenting their first AIS Artist Retreat on Mackinac Island August 30-September 1. Twenty-three artists will paint for two days and share their inspiration for their work while on location. Harbor Springs artist, Elizabeth Pollie, is serving as Retreat mentor and island ambassador for those artists on their first-time visit. “For an artist, the variety of inspirational […]

Farmer’s Market Report

Wednesday is National Dog Day and we are celebrating at market with the LittleTraverse Bay Humane Society. We’ve had several dogs get adopted from market over the years and we hope some sweet pup finds their forever home this year too! Bring your own furry family member downtown for the chance to win a free bag of Woofles from Pet […]

Military Fly Over…

Harbor Light Newspaper photographer Mark Flemming captured these military helicopters flying low over Little Traverse Bay last week. It is unclear what they were doing in the area.

Artists on Mackinac Island for special event

American Impressionist Society is presenting their first AIS Artist Retreat on Mackinac Island August 30-September 1. Twenty-three artists will paint for two days and share their inspiration for their work while on location. Harbor Springs artist, Elizabeth Pollie, is serving as Retreat mentor and island ambassador for those artists on their first-time visit. “For an artist, the variety of inspirational […]

Farmer’s Market Report

Wednesday is National Dog Day and we are celebrating at market with the LittleTraverse Bay Humane Society. We’ve had several dogs get adopted from market over the years and we hope some sweet pup finds their forever home this year too! Bring your own furry family member downtown for the chance to win a free bag of Woofles from Pet […]

‘Yesterday This Was Home: The Ocoee Massacre of 1920’

THE WAY WE WERE
OCRHC prepares for a landmark exhibition

History Center staff are preparing a major exhibition that will open just weeks before the 2020 general election and will look back a century to Election Day 1920 in Orange County, telling the story of the largest incident of voting-day violence in United States history, along with its aftermath. This exhibition —Yesterday This Was Home: The Ocoee Massacre of 1920 […]

One of Orlando’s first first responders

PEOPLE OF O-TOWN

Emergency Medical Services is a familiar term today, but when College Park resident Roger Huder began his career as a first responder, EMS was just beginning. “In the early days of EMS, we didn’t know what to expect,” said Huder. From 1974 to 2000, Huder served the City of Orlando as a firefighter/ paramedic. Huder became a paramedic when there […]

Rosangela Parker, executive director of the City District

INTERVIEW

Rosangela Parker has been in her position as a Main Street executive director since last June. In that time, she has overseen a dramatic expansion of the Church Street District, recruited an associate director to facilitate that expansion, rebranded the district to the City District and helped businesses in the district’s boundaries weather the COVID-19 pandemic. We sat down with […]


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