Ann Arbor

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Earlier this summer, while most of the student population was away, Quickie Burger quietly shut its doors and boarded its windows.

Visitors walk through the exhibitor area during Ann Arbor Pride in downtown Ann Arbor Saturday.

Ann Arbor Pride, the city’s annual pride festival, returned to Kerrytown last weekend with a packed schedule of performances, workshops and activities for all ages in su

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor speaking at the Ann Arbor Firecracker 5K in downtown Ann Arbor.

Christopher Taylor was chosen as the Democratic candidate for mayor of Ann Arbor in the Aug.

Ann Arbor Mayor and City Council candidates speak at a candidate forum in Annenberg Auditorium April 12, 2018.

With only a few days to go until the Aug.

Ann Arbor City Council D-Ward 1 candidates Ron Ginyard and Jeff Hayner.

Ann Arbor’s Ward 1 City Council candidates, Democrats Jeffrey Hayner and Ron Ginyard and Democratic Socialist Ryan Hu

Kirk Westphal, D-Ward 2

Ann Arbor City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday, June 16, calling for an evaluation of the city’s design review process for downtown developments.

Ann Arbor residents gather at the Human Rights Commission meeting to discuss the formation of a review board for the AAPD at the Ann Arbor City Hall January 10, 2018.

The Ann Arbor Police Task Force met Wednesday night to continue documenting a plan for how the future official police review board would operate. Specifically, the task force discussed the powers and tools the future commission would need in order to perform its function of police oversight.

Members of Ann Arbor City Council listen in during public comment at the City Council meeting held in City Hall Monday.

At the Monday meeting, the Ann Arbor City Council approved changes to the zoning code for Greek life houses and moved to postpone the approval of a new development plan for the northern part of the city. 

The incident took place outside the Blind Pig on June 24, 2018.

Ann Arbor residents and organizations like Transforming Justice Washtenaw and the Collective Against White Supremacy acc

Ann Arbor residents gathered at the Human Rights Commission meeting to discuss the formation of a review board for the AAPD at the Ann Arbor City Hall January 10, 2018

The Ann Arbor Police Task Force, a committee of 11 citizens, gathered at the CTN building Thursday night to continue working towards its goal of developing written framework for the implementation of an official police review board before late August.