Ann Arbor

Joshua MacDonald addresses community members at the district library during the sustainability forum on carbon neutrality Thursday evening

Thursday night kicked off the ninth annual Sustainable Ann Arbor forum, a series of monthly events from January to April focused on the city’s

Saline High School staff and administration were made aware on Monday of racist comments posted on social media by students.

Saline High School staff and administration were made aware on Monday of racist comments posted on social media by students. 

Mayor Christopher Taylor reacts to citizens' concerns during the city council meeting at City Hall Tuesday evening.

The Ann Arbor City Council met Tuesday night and discussed anti-Israel protests, adding youth members to the Environmental Commission and how best to proceed regarding contamination from the

Ann Arbor resident Phil Carroll participates in a protest against the city culling deer on Washtenaw avenue outside Whole Foods Saturday afternoon. The protest was put on by the group Friends of Ann Arbor Wildlife and Nature.

Around 10 Friends of Ann Arbor Wildlife in Nature members protested the city’s fifth annual deer cull on Saturday afternoon along Washtenaw Avenue. 

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Harmony Mitchell, school board president of Ann Arbor Public Schools, announced she was resigning Wednesday. The resignation took effect as of Thursday. Mitchell has been president of the board since 2017.

 

Edith Croake speaks at the Center of the City Task Force open house at Spark Offices on Wednesday evening.

On Wednesday night, about 75 Ann Arbor residents gathered in the SPARK office for the Center of the City Task Force open house.

The University of Michigan is planning on increasing the cost of parking violations on campus property.

The University of Michigan plans to increase the cost of parking violations on campus property starting Feb. 1, 2020.

Jennifer Hall, executive director of the Housing Commission and the Ann Arbor City Council discuss affordable housing in Ann Arbor at City Hall Monday evening.

Ann Arbor City Council met Monday night for a work session in conjunction with Jennifer Hall, executive director of the Housing Commission. The discussion surrounded the creation of more affordable housing in Ann Arbor. Approximately 60 Ann Arbor residents attended the meeting. 

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Following a City Council resolution for Ann Arbor to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, members of city staff and the public are working togeth