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Ypsilanti resident Audrey Anderson’s voice carried across the University of Michigan Diag Saturday, echoed by about 100 people at a protest against racial injustice organized by the nonprofit Survivors Speak. 

Members of the public attended a virtual hearing on the Gelman Plume Litigation Settlement on Thursday evening.

About 50 people and public officials attended a virtual public hearing with the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners, Ann Arbor City Council, Scio Township Board of Trustees and the Huron Watershed Council regarding the

Ann Arbor City Council voted to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms at their virtual meeting Monday evening.

The Ann Arbor City Council voted on decriminalizing the use of entheogenic plants — plants with a psychoactive substance, such as mushrooms —  and discussed potentially meeting with the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents to talk about emergency shelter for Ann Arbor in a meeting on M

The high-rise apartments in Ann Arbor adapt to the public health guidelines prompted by COVID-19.

Like other businesses, the high-rise apartments in Ann Arbor that many University of Michigan students call home have had to adapt to the public health guidelines prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ann Arbor City Council voted 10-0 to instate Tom Crawford as the next city administrator Monday evening.

City Council voted 10-0 to officially give Interim City Administrator Tom Crawford the full-time position as city administrator at a special session meeting Monday night.

U-M students organize a Dance For Floyd performance on State Street Saturday afternoon.

Music, Theatre & Dance sophomore Brooke Taylor organized an improvisation dance performance Saturday in tribute to George Floyd, the Black man killed by a white police officer in May whose death sparked protests fo

Local officials came to a proposed agreement on a cleanup plan for the Gelman dioxane plume..

After four years of negotiations, local officials have come to a proposed agreement on a cleanup plan for the Gelman dioxane plume on Aug. 31. 

The Bubble Island boba restaurant closes shop, making room for a new incoming boba tea restaurant, Quickly, on South University Thursday morning.

Ann Arbor just can’t get enough bubble tea.

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The Ann Arbor City Council met Tuesday to discuss proposals regarding contract renegotiation with the union representing Ann Arbor police officers, temporary child care benefits and affordable housing projects.

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On Tuesday, 7-year-old Lev Solomon will begin the second grade at Eberwhite Elementary School. But instead of greeting his teachers and coloring in nametags alongside his classmates, Solomon will log onto his first day via Zoom.