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Frances Todoro-Hargreaves is elected Vice President of the new oversight council in Larcom City Hall Thursday evening

The Independent Community Police Oversight Commission met Thursday night to hold elections for leadership positions. Former acting Chair Commissioner Lisa Jackson and Former Commissioner Frances Todoro-Hargreaves were elected as Chair and Vice-Chair, respectively. 

 The state of Michigan has more sites contaminated with PFAS than any other in the United States.

In response to growing concern regarding per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Services announced in September they will begin working together to determine the harmful health effects of PFAS i

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor gives a proclamation for Fire Prevention Week during a City Council meeting at Larcom City Hall Monday evening.

Ann Arbor City Council had its first October meeting this Monday, discussing issues such as a Packard Road rezoning ordinance and marijuana legislation. 

On Saturday, Sept. 21, her son, 14-year-old Bobby Reyes, went into cardiac arrest after suffering an asthma attack while she was driving him home in Monroe County.

Sarah Jones doesn’t want to stop fighting.

“I'm fighting to keep my son alive,” Jones said. “It’s been a nightmare every day since we’ve been here.”

Members of the Center of the City Task Force at a meeting in Larcom City Hall Tuesday afternoon

The Center of the City Task Force met at Larcom City Hall Wednesday afternoon to advance their public engagement plan.

Ann Arbor City Council listens to a proposal of "T1 Transit Support" at City Hall Tuesday evening.

The City of Ann Arbor Planning Commission convened Tuesday night to discuss several zoning projects for the city. 

Authors Veronica Roth and Alexander Weinstein talk in support of Roth's new book "The End and Other Beginnings: Stories from the Future" at the Ann Arbor District Library Tuesday evening.

Author of the New York Times best-selling trilogy “Divergent” Veronica Roth spoke at the Ann Arbor Public Library about her new book Tuesday night. Residential College lecturer and author Alexander Weinstein led the conversation in front of a crowd of nearly 200 people. 


Washtenaw County’s Judge Carol Kuhnke ruled Wednesday to allow residents access to records of communication between private citize

Ann Arbor City Council approved a contract for the Ann Arbor Police Department to allow money to be spent on new body cameras.

Ann Arbor is allowed to spend $373,000 to equip police officers of the Ann Arbor Police Department with new body cameras after City Council approved a contract in the middle of September.