Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor community members gathered at the First Congregational Church to remember the 27 victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, as well as the 150,000 people in the United States who have died due to gun violence, Thursday night.

Construction workers make last-minute changes to the front door of the newly renovated State Street Theatre.

Hours before the State Theatre opened Friday afternoon after a year-long renovation, construction workers made last minute adjustments to the double door entryway and cut holes into red sheet metal beneath the neon marquee on State Street.

Earlier this week, Ann Arbor City Council introduced its 2018 deer management plan to the public. The city aims to eliminate up to 250 deer from Jan. 8 to Jan. 31 in the third year of its four-year deer management program.

Two University graduates founded Quiet Ann Arbor with the hopes of reducing the amount of piped music around town.

Seeking a quiet place other than the library to work, two University of Michigan alumni began a movement to raise awareness and promote the benefits of silence and noise moderation around the city of Ann Arbor.

Ann Arbor City Council and Ann Arbor residents gather for the City Council meeting Monday in the council's chambers.

City Council was rocked again Monday night as residents continued to show resistance against a $146 million development plan on Broadway Street, near the University of Michi

Pioneer High School student Yara Ajin speaks while surrounded by other protestors at the BAMN protest on the Diag Friday.

The University of Michigan’s chapter of BAMN — the Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigrant Rights, and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessary — marched against Richard Spencer’s potential visit to the University, to defend DACA and to protest President Donald Trump’s

City Council is in the process of approving a nine-story development on a vacant lot next to the Medical Campus.

A new nine-story development, currently engaged in the City Council approval process, may be built on a currently vacant site next to the University of Michigan’s Medical Campus.

“Black Lives Matter” banner hangs in the Wesley Foundation Campus Ministry.

The prospect of white nationalist Richard Spencer visiting the University of Michigan has raised alarm not only on campus, but also among city residents and community leaders.

Ann Arbor weathered a water emergency last week, but concerns remain for the future of the city’s vital infrastructure.

After continued resistance from Ann Arbor residents, as well as several council members, City Council moved to once again postpone a decision on downtown developments.

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