Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor oversees the City Council meeting on January 17.

Ann Arbor might lose access to the funding required to move to the next phase of the building of a new Amtrak station

On March 5, Ann Arbor City Council decided to audit the Ann Arbor Police Department.

Ann Arbor City Council’s March 5 decision to contract Hillard Heintze LLC, a Chicago-based security consulting firm, to review Ann Arbor Police Department practices elicited a variety o

The Ann Arbor City Council is set to vote on a new highrise downtown.

City Council will be voting on a $10 million contract with Chicago-based real-estate firm Core Spaces during its April 17 meeting, Councilmember Zachary Ackerman (D–Ward 3) confirmed.

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor speaks at a City Council meeting on February 21.

Ann Arbor City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday to oppose cuts to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, which were 

Jacqueline Courteau, freelance ecological consultant and writer, presents at the Matthei Botanical Gardens on Wednesday.

Close to 40 people filed into the Matthaei Botanical Gardens Auditorium Wednesday evening for a presentation on the effects deer have had on the parks of Ann Arbor, and in turn, the deer cull’s impact on local populations.

Ann Arbor resident David Silkworth filed a petition Tuesday afternoon to run for City Council in the August primary. Silkworth will face incumbent Chip Smith (D–Ward 5), who will be seeking his second term on the council.

More than 100 people march in downtown Ann Arbor on Wednesday afternoon to participate in the International Women's Strike.

More than 100 people marched Wednesday afternoon through downtown Ann Arbor as part of the International Women's Strike, one of many demonstrations occurring throughout the day locally and nationwide.

Ann Arbor council member Zachary Ackerman  discusses local issues at City Hall on Monday.

Monday, Ann Arbor City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance that prohibits police officers from soliciting information about immigration status.

The proposed construction of a high-rise on contested land in Ann Arbor provoked controversy among citizens.

The future of a controversial high-rise plan on a contested piece of land in Ann Arbor is coming to an apex as the City Council has announced a special work session on March 16 to discuss the issue in more detail.

Ann Arbor resident Kathy Griswold speaks about the importance of safe road crossings at a City Council Meeting in Council Chambers on Tuesday.

City Council unanimously passed a resolution to enthusiastic applause Tuesday night approving funding for improvements to the pedestrian crossing on Fuller Road outside Huron High School, where a high-school student was hit by a car and