Ann Arbor

Students organizations, shelters and congregations are working to help the homeless population of Ann Arbor.

With record-breaking low temperatures sweeping the state of Michigan and wind chill temperatures of approximately negative 40 degrees Fahrenheit, Michigander have been warned of frostbite on exposed skin within 10 minutes of standing outside.

Journalist Joe Grimm and local radio host Martin Bandyke invited community members to the Ann Arbor District Library Tuesday evening to discuss Grimm’s “The Faygo Book.”

Journalist Joe Grimm and local radio host Martin Bandyke invited community members to the Ann Arbor District Library Tuesday evening to discuss Grimm’s “

Councilmember Anne Bannister, D-Ward 1.

Ann Arbor City Council voted to approve a settlement for a lawsuit filed against the city by Councilmember Anne Bannister, D-Ward 1, and former Councilmember Sumi Kailasapa

Mayor Christopher Taylor introduced a resolution to give financial relief to workers affected by the government shutdown.

On Friday morning, President Donald Trump signed a bill to reopen the government for three weeks, until Feb. 15.

Ann Arbor’s fourth annual deer cull ended a week ahead of schedule, the city announced Monday.

Ann Arbor’s fourth annual deer cull ended a week ahead of schedule, the city announced Monday, resulting in the reopening of a dozen parks and nature areas. From Jan. 2 to Jan.

Councilmember Ali Ramlawi, D-Ward 5, discusses trespassing ordinances at the City Council meeting Tuesday in City Hall.

Tuesday night, Ann Arbor City Council introduced an ordinance to amend city trespassing laws.

A Michigan Congressional delegation introduced a bipartisan bill to designate PFAS as hazardous substances.

A Michigan congressional delegation introduced a bipartisan

 Washtenaw County Health Officer Ellen Rabinowitz, Washtenaw County Commissioner Dr. Felicia Brabec, and Assistant Professor of Health Behavior and Education Dr. Paul Fleming discuss health equity at the Ann Arbor District Library Thursday evening.

A group of about 50 Ann Arbor residents gathered at the Ann Arbor District Library to participate in the first forum of the Sustainable Ann Arbor 2019

Ann Arbor recently received finalized results of a two-year research study about the effects on driver-pedestrian behavior on city roads.

On Jan.