Ann Arbor

City Council voted on July 3 to approve a $1.1 million taxpayer-funded project that will install new LED streetlights on Liberty Street and in Kerrytown.


This August, for the second time in a year, Jason Frenzel will be vying for a Ward 1 seat on City Council.

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor speaks at the Ann Arbor City Council Meeting at Larcom City Hall on Monday.

City Council passed a resolution 8-3 Monday night declaring how it intends to use funds returned to them from Washtenaw County by a potential millage, though several council members raised questions as to the resolution's legal and political merit.

Councilmember Kirk Westphal (D-Ward 2) speaks at the Ann Arbor City Council Meeting at Larcom City Hall on Monday.

Though Ann Arbor City Council unanimously approved a resolution to fund a second phase of the third-party review of the Ann Arbor Police Department at the council meeting M

Ira Glass, host of the radio program This American Life, presents Seven Things I've Learned at the Power Center as part of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival on Saturday.

Headlining the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, hundreds of community members came to watch renowned U.S.

Catherine Daligga, a vice chair for the Precinct Organizing Committee, speaks at the Washtenaw County Learning Resource Center on Sunday.

About 40 Washtenaw County residents gathered Sunday afternoon at the Washtenaw County Learning Resource Center for an event titled Mobilizing for Michigan: 2017 Listening Tour Launch.


Over 100 Ann Arbor residents and Planned Parenthood supporters rallied at the Michigan Union Wednesday night to march in opposition of the Republican health care bill quickly and quietly making its way through the

Houses in the Kerrytown neighborhood of Ann Arbor.

Rather than merely walking across the Diag to get to class, Music, Theatre & Dance senior Mackenzie Larrance’s morning routine consists of fighting traffic during her daily commute across town from her Ypsilanti residence.

Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor at a city council meeting on May 15, 2017.

Ann Arbor City Council convened for another biweekly meeting Monday night, passing an ordinance making it easier for residents to register to vote as well as a resolution committing the city to the goals of the Paris Climate Accords.

Booksellers crowd the street at the Ann Arbor Book Festival on Saturday.

Dozens of Ann Arbor residents and University of Michigan students walked between 4th and 5th Avenue for the 14th annual Ann Arbor Book Festival Saturday afternoon.