Ann Arbor

Dozens of the scooters were dropped in Ann Arbor two weeks ago without prior notice to the city, requiring city officials to deal with the problems brought on by their presence.

The city of Ann Arbor has impounded almost two dozen Bird scooters for violating a city ordinances.

Ann Arbor City Council member Julie Grand (D-Ward 3) asks a questions after a presentation by the city's water treatment manager during a City Council meeting at City Hall Monday evening.

Ann Arbor’s water treatment plant manager Brian Steglitz spoke to City Council Monday night about contamination warnings along the Huron River, including the expansion of a do-not-eat fish advisory to include a warning against consuming foam from the river.

Kathy Griswold, incoming City Council member, D-Ward 2, speaks with The Michigan Daily about the election and their endorsements of new officials at the Student Publications building Sunday afternoon.

The city of Ann Arbor saw three out of four incumbent City Council members defeated in the August primary elections.

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Ann Arbor City Council heard conflicting recommendations Thursday night from City Administrator Howard Lazarus and a citizen task force regarding the formation of a police

The commission meeting followed a response from the city publicly warning residents that use of the scooters could merit a ticket.

The Ann Arbor Transportation Commission met Wednesday evening to discuss the presence of Bird scooters in the city, among other agenda items.

On Aug. 16, Bird announced the beginning of its “University Pop-Up Tour.”

Bird Rides are familiar to residents of places like California –– and more recently, Detroit –– but the motorized scooters made their debut for anyone with a smartphone in Ann Arbor on Friday.

Washtenaw County Commissioner Felicia Brabec speaks at a public hearing for a racial equity ordinance at the Washtenaw County Administration Building Wednesday night.

The Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to adopt the Washtenaw County Equity Policy at its board meeting Wednesday night, establishing a Racial Equi

The Ann Arbor City Council met Tuesday night to discuss proposed restrictions on marijuana dispensaries and changes to zoning laws for the upcoming development at 1140 Broadway St.

 

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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