Thrive Juicery, a local cafe owned by two former University of Michigan athletes, Anna and Andy Mignery, will be opening a second downtown location at the end of the summer. The juicery will open at 111 W.
On Saturday, more than one hundred community members gathered at the Washtenaw County Administration Building to urge Washtenaw County and the Michigan legislature to allow undocumented individuals to obtain driver’s licenses.
The Ypsilanti Freighthouse hosted the first annual Booksilanti Readers’ Fair on Saturday. The day-long fair featured book swaps, a market for local book shops and authors and child-friendly activities like story times and a bookmark-making station.
Ann Arbor residents celebrated Independence Day with the 29th annual Fourth of July parade Thursday morning. The parade, run by the Ann Arbor Jaycees, the young adult offshoot of the Chamber of Commerce, began at 10 a.m. downtown.
Ann Arbor City Council gathered Monday evening in Larcom City Hall. The meeting, which marked the start of a new fiscal year, was met with conversations regarding nonpartisan voting practices, housing development plans and approval of a new Ann Arbor Chief of Police.
On Sunday night, Citizens’ Climate Lobby Ann Arbor and Washtenaw Climate Reality hosted an event titled “Climate Change Negotiation and Policy at Home and Abroad” with University of Michigan alum Tim Arvan at the Ann Arbor District Library’s Westgate branch.