Ann Arbor

Based on several incidents of police brutality and concerns of transparency within the Ann Arbor police department, the Human Rights Commission is assembling a task force to draw a charter for a police review board.

Based on several incidents of police brutality and concerns of 

As the Student Advisory Council begins its second full year in operation, the council looks to recruit new staff while maintaining an agenda that continues to promote safety and convenience for students in Ann Arbor.

The City of Ann Arbor’s Solid Waste Fund reportedly decreased this year due to other Post Employment Benefits and the shutdown of the Materials Recovery Facility, which resulted in higher recycling costs.

Ann Arbor scores win in state Supreme Court pollution case.

The city of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Scio Township and the Huron River Watershed Council will be allowed to continue their cas

Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor discusses current issues at a City Council Meeting at Larcom City Hall Tuesday.


At Tuesday’s City Council meeting, council members decided to amend plans for ground-level solar energy installations in residential zones in order to comply with public concern regarding the safety of children and the aesthetic integrity of Ann Arbor.

Ann Arbor residents gather at the Human Rights Commission meeting to discuss the formation of a review board for the AAPD at the Ann Arbor City Hall Wednesday.

Seventy Ann Arbor residents called for increased accountability and transparency from the Ann Arbor Police Department at the Ann Arbor Human Rights Commission Wednesday.

Activists demonstrating against Ann Arbor’s deer cull discovered a homeless man living in a designated shooting zone for the cull Tuesday.


At the City Council meeting on Monday evening, council members passed an ordinance to amend city code to include a chapter outlining procedures for removal of councilmembers.

The Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority will construct more fences on parking structure rooftops to aid in deterring suicides.

To deter suicides by jumping or falling off of Ann Arbor parking structures, the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority is further committing to constructing more permanent fences on city parking structure rooftops.

This spring, the city of Ann Arbor will welcome a cohort of 25 residents for its inaugural "Citizens Academy."

This spring, the city of Ann Arbor will welcome a cohort of 25 residents for its inaugural “Citizens Academy.” The program aims to broaden civic understanding and offer Ann Arbor residents a perspective into the functioning of local government.