Ann Arbor

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The city of Ann Arbor, in partnership with the University of Michigan’s Students for Clean Energy group, are in the process of planning a volunteer-led installation of solar panels on Ann Arbor’s Fire Station Six.

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Despite light drizzle throughout the day, hundreds of local residents and visitors to Ann Arbor visited Kerrytown for the second annual Flower Day.

The Ann Arbor City Council met on Monday to discuss deer management, a sidewalk project and the 2020 budget and millage rates.

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The City of Ann Arbor hosted the 39th Huron River Day Sunday afternoon at Gallup Park. The event is hosted every year to celebrate the city’s main water source and to educate the public about the importance of environmental preservation and water quality.

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Ann Arbor City Council interviewed three candidates to lead the Ann Arbor Police Department during a work session Friday morning, asking about previous law enforcement experience and plans for working with the recently formed police oversight commission.

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The Michigan Recycling Coalition’s 37th Annual Recycling Conference took place at the Ann Arbor Sheraton from May 14 through 16.

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On Wednesday night, the city of Ann Arbor held an open forum event for residents to meet the three final candidates for a new chief of police: Michael Cox of Boston, Bryan Jarrell of Arizona and Ann Arbor’s Jason Forsberg.

The Ecology Center holds their annual meeting at the Ann Arbor Public Library to discuss Michigan's water crisis Wednesday evening.

Starting in late 2018, Ann Arbor residents have grown increasingly concerned about dioxane and PFAS contamination in Washtenaw Co

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The Shelter Association of Washtenaw County hosted more than 200 donors at Barton Hills Country Club for the ninth annual “Almost Home” fundraiser on Monday. SAWC is celebrating 35 years of advocacy and aid.

Stefan Koehler, Ann Arbor resident and University of Michigan senior technology licensing specialist speaks on his cycling trip in Iran at the Ann Arbor District Library Thursday.

On Thursday evening, approximately 25 Ann Arbor residents gathered in the Ann Arbor District Library in downtown Ann Arbor to hear Stefan Koehler, Ann Arbor resident and University of Michigan senior technology licensing specialist, talk about his bike trip in Iran this past summer.