Ann Arbor

Eastern Michigan University hosts a discussion panel about the impact of the legalization of recreational marijuana in Michigan Thursday night.

Eastern Michigan University hosted a discussion panel about the impact of the legalization of recreational marijuana in Michigan on the Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor communities.

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Following Sunday’s opening of six dispensaries officially selling recreational marijuana in Michigan, three of which are based in Ann Arbor, s

Councilmember Jack Eaton, D-Ward 4, discusses the city’s recycling facility at a City Council meeting in Larcom City Hall Monday.

Ann Arbor City Council representatives discussed a potential decision to transport the city’s recyclables to Lansing as opposed to redeveloping the city’s materials recovery facility at their meeting Monday night. 

Recreational marijuana sales began in Michigan Sunday, with three retail locations in Ann Arbor.

Hundreds of people lined the blocks outside local marijuana dispensaries early Sunday morning as Ann Arbor businesses Exclusive Brands, Arbors Wellness and Greenstone Provisions opened sales of marijuana to recreational users for the first time.

Ann Arbor resident Jessica A.S. Letaw, a board member of the Downtown Development Authority, hosted a “DownTown Hall” at the Ann Arbor District Library Wednesday night.

Ann Arbor locals participate in Transportation Commission's open house at City Hall Wednesday evening

Aaron Valdez, communications coordinator at Sweetland Writing Center, has a daily eight-mile commute round trip between Ypsilanti and the University of Michigan campus. As a biker, Valdez said Fuller Avenue is a problem area for commuter safety. 

Community members raise awareness about the importance of affordable housing in a City Council meeting in Larcom City Hall Monday.

Ann Arbor City Council convened Monday night at Larcom City Hall to discuss matters of affordable housing development and the city’s deer population.

Protesters meet for the March for Housing NOW in Liberty Plaza Sunday.

More than 100 Ann Arbor residents and students marched Sunday to raise awareness about affordable housing issues in the city.

Regina Strong, an environmental justice advocate for the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, discusses the role of the new department and meeting carbon neutrality goals at Cobblestone Farm Wednesday evening.

The city of Ann Arbor and nearly 40 partner organizations hosted a town hall on Wednesday at Cobblestone Farm to discuss

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A pedestrian was struck and killed in a train crash Tuesday morning at approximately 11:41 a.m.