Ann Arbor

Protesters march down the streets of Ann Arbor Thursday afternoon.

With Childish Gambino’s song “This is America” playing, 300 predominantly white community members gathered at West Park in Ann Arbor Thursday afternoon for a protest against police brutality and racial injustice.

Ward 2 Democratic candidates speak to Ann Arbor residents on their platforms.

The Democratic candidates for Ward 2 of City Council participated in an online forum via Facebook Live Thursday evening.

Protestors walk through Ann Arbor to in reaction to police brutality in Washtenaw County.

Hundreds of community members engaged in a protest against police brutality following the release of a video showing a white Washtenaw County sheriff’s deputy appearing to punch Sha’Tenia Grady El, a Black woman, in the head multiple times during an arrest early Tuesday morning in Ypsilanti Township.

With a national spotlight focused on race and policing in the wake of George Floyd’s death, community members organized to demand change.


On May 13, the Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education approved the district’s acquisition of the online educational platform Schoology by a 6-1 vote.


On May 7, directors of the 2020 Ann Arbor Art Fair announced the event would be canceled due to safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

LSA junior Cat Groenke’s family recently adopted Arya, a stray dog from Mexico

When LSA junior Cat Groenke returned home to California after campus shut down, she came home to a new dog.

Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor speaks at virtual town hall Sunday evening.

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor hosted a virtual town hall on Facebook Live Sunday evening to discuss COVID-19, basic services, the Ann Arbor budget and the city’s carbon neutrality plan,


Councilmember Jane Lumm, I-Ward 2, will be running to hold onto her seat on City Council, this time as a Democrat.

A red-tailed hawk perched in the Diag in October.

Residents and leadership of Ann Arbor gathered virtually on a Zoom call to celebrate Earth Day on Wednesday.

City councilmember Jack Eaton, D-Ward 4, speaks at the virtual Ann Arbor council meeting Monday evening.

The Ann Arbor City Council met virtually Monday night to discuss the city’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 crisis and funding for a billion-dollar