Rain did not prevent Ann Arbor residents and other pickle fans from gathering at the Downtown Home and Garden’s Ninth Annual Pickle Contest and Tasting Saturday morning at their store on South Ashley Street.
Hundreds of Ann Arbor residents marched Wednesday night from the Blake Transit Center to City Hall to protest last week's violent arrest of Ciaeem Slaton, a Black 16-year-old who was waiting at the BTC fo
City Council was held in a somber mood Monday after a gunman killed 59 people in Las Vegas and a 56-year old man fell from the parking structure at the corner of South Fourth Avenue and East William Street.
The University of Michigan will be hosting a medication take-back event Saturday morning, sponsored by the Division of Pain Research in the Department of Anesthesiology and the Ann Arbor Police Department.
Ann Arbor City Council met Monday evening to discuss topics including pedestrian safety and crosswalk policies, a millage to fund the Washtenaw County Mental Health and Sheriff departments, and suicide prevention in the city’s parking structures.