Ann Arbor

This Wednesday, hundreds of Ann Arbor high school students joined the

Mayor Christopher Taylor listens to councilmen at the City Council meeting at City Hall Tuesday.

Ann Arbor City Council convened Tuesday evening to discuss the Housing and Human Services Advisory Board’s financial constraints, including cutbacks on housing vouch

Prom may be a rite of passage for most high school students but often poses a large financial burden.

John Mirsky, Matt Naud and Andrew Berki speak at the 2018 Sustainable Ann Arbor Forum Thursday night.

Community members gathered to attend the second meeting of the 7th annual Sustainable Ann Arbor Forum series on Thursday, which focused on methods to measure and track the progress of sustainability.

 City staff and community members are largely satisfied with the Council’s commitment to representativeness and set limit on City and police influence on the task force to structure a police review board.

Following Monday night’s City Council meeting, city staff and community members are largely satisfied with the council’s commitment to thorough representation and the decision to limit city and police influence on struct

An Ann Arbor resident holds up a sign in protest of the deer cull at the City Council meeting at City Hall Monday.

In response to opposition from Ann Arbor citizens regarding the formation of a police review board featuring Ann Arbor Police Department members, City Council passed an amended task force resolution Monday evening, allowing for increased autonomy for civilians in the formation of a task for

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While Ann Arbor is consistently named the best place to live and known as the most

Based on several incidents of police brutality and concerns of transparency within the Ann Arbor police department, the Human Rights Commission is assembling a task force to draw a charter for a police review board.

Based on several incidents of police brutality and concerns of 

As the Student Advisory Council begins its second full year in operation, the council looks to recruit new staff while maintaining an agenda that continues to promote safety and convenience for students in Ann Arbor.

The City of Ann Arbor’s Solid Waste Fund reportedly decreased this year due to other Post Employment Benefits and the shutdown of the Materials Recovery Facility, which resulted in higher recycling costs.