At the beginning of the Ann Arbor City Council meeting Monday night, Mayor Christopher Taylor presented the 33rd Annual Historic District Awards with Susan Weinberg, Chair of the Historic District Commission, intended to honor historic buildings in the city for their physical and symbolic beauty.
“The Cha-Cha Slide” rang through the speakers while attendees clapped and danced along, as part of the hundreds gathered for the African American Downtown Festival Saturday. The entertainment included a live band and DJ, with all band members decked out in white uniforms.
In the aftermath of incidents involving immigration spanning several months, campus and Ann Arbor leaders affirm a strong intent to protect immigrants in the area, in reaction to the new political climate created during President Donald J. Trump's first 100 days.
Amid speculation and controversy, Sergio Cardenas Rubio — one of the three employees of Sava’s restaurant that was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents Wednesday morning — was released on Friday.
Smoke’s Poutinerie has arrived in Ann Arbor just in time for summer, bringing with it a wide selection of customizable poutine entrees. Poutine is a popular Canadian dish made up of fries, gravy and cheese curds.
Despite concerns over pedestrian safety, City Council voted 8-3 Monday night against an amendment to the Ann Arbor's proposed budget for the 2018 fiscal year which would have diverted funds for a new Assistant City Administrator position toward the hiring of two new police officers.