Ann Arbor


The city of Ann Arbor held a Police Task Force meeting Thursday evening to discuss and suggest revisions of the policy regarding the Ann Arbor Police Review Board. 


Ann Arbor City Council will see an increase in legal costs regarding clean-up efforts of the 1,4 dioxane plume contaminating the area’s groundwater.


Ann Arbor City Councilmembers Sumi Kailasapathy, D-Ward 1, and Anne Bannister, D-Ward 1, have sued the city of Ann Arbor, Mayor Christopher Taylor and City Clerk Jacqueline Beaudry over a 

A compost label located on a recycle bin on the West side of Ann Arbor

Volunteers participating in a pilot sustainability initiative called “More Composting, More Carts!” have been working to decrease the amount of food waste headed to landfills along Ann Arbor’s

On June 15, nearly 6,000 people attended the fourth annual Tech Trek, a free community event hosted by SPARK and designed to showcase tech companies located in downtown Ann Arbor.


On Monday, City Council decided to postpone proposed changes to zoning codes regarding University of Michigan Greek life until July 16. 


At the June 4 City Council meeting, the council voted on and approved (8-3) the construction project for game-day condos on South Main Street and Berkeley Avenue. The project has also been approved by the Planning Commission.


On Monday June 4, Ann Arbor City Council convened to discuss a variety of issues, including the Unified Development Code as well as implications of zoning laws on the proposed construction of new game-day condos.

Real Seafood Co griller Victor Martinez bastes swordfish skewers at the Taste of Ann Arbor in Downtown Ann Arbor on Sunday

The 2018 Taste of Ann Arbor was held this Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Airbrush tattoos for kids at the African American Downtown Festival 2017

On Saturday, the 23rd annual African American Downtown Festival was held in Kerrytown on the streets of East Ann and North Fourth.