Ann Arbor

Planning Manager Brett Lenart shares the legalization of marijuanaa at a special City Council work session Monday night.

Ann Arbor city officials discussed two ordinances that would expand the number of recreational marijuana facilities in the city in a special City Council work session Monday night. Approximately 25 citizens attended the session.


Ann Arbor rent has skyrocketed in the last year, according to recent reports.

A second Climate Strike is planned after the first one resulted in ten demonstrators being arrested in the Fleming Administration Building.

Ann Arbor Public Schools will allow students to leave class to participate in the “Global Climate Strike” on Friday if their parents approve. 

Jae W. Oh, Great Humanity Healthcare Foundation Chairman, talks to Ann Arbor residents about Medicaid at the Ann Arbor District Library Tuesday evening.

A group of Medicare stakeholders met at the Ann Arbor District Library Tuesday night to hear financial consultant Jae Oh, a University of Michigan alum, speak about his book “Maximize Your Medicare: Understanding Medicare, Protecting Your Health, and Minimizing Costs.” Oh walked attendees t

City council members discuss a rezoning proposal that would effect downtown Ann Arbor at a City Council meeting Monday night.

The Ann Arbor City Council discussed a variety of legislative issues facing the community, ranging from zoning laws to policing to marijuana licensing, at their meeting Monday evening. 

Ann Arbor residents are worried about the PFAS contamination in Washtenaw County.

Drinking water supplies at 108 Army and Army National Guard installations are contaminated with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, according to a report released by the Environmental Working Group on Wednesday. 


The Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners  rejected a proposal for increased funding for Community Mental Health of Washtenaw County.

In light of the 2020 budget’s impending due date, Oct.

Ann Arbor City Council approved a two-year contract with SDS Global Enterprises Inc. at a meeting Tuesday.

Ann Arbor City Council voted 10-1 Tuesday to approve a two-year contract with SDS Global Enterprises Inc. to provide diversity, equity and inclusion consulting.


A proposal to issue up to $27 million in bonds to expand and improve the Ann Ashley Parking Structure was rejected by the Ann Arbor City Council 9-2 on Tuesday.


Ann Arbor rents are skyrocketing, according to recent reports. The city’s rent is the second fastest growing among college towns.