Ann Arbor

Concerned citizens filled Larcom City Hall Monday night as the Ann Arbor City Council voted to authorize the sale of the Library Lot, a piece of real estate across from the downtown Ann Arbor District Library on Fifth Avenue, to Chicago developer Core Spaces.

Stephen Kunselman, a former City Council member from 2006 to 2008 and from 2009 to 2015, has declared his intent to seek the Democratic Party nomination for a council seat currently held by Councilmember Zachary Ackerman (D–Ward 3).

City Council will go ahead with a vote on a $10 million contract to sell the downtown Library Lot to Chicago-based real estate firm Core Spaces during its April 17 meeting, despite the raising o

People march in the annual FestiFools parade in Ann Arbor on Sunday.

Ann Arbor residents on Main Street Sunday afternoon could hear FestiFools before they saw it. Loud drums and live music paraded through the city, interspersed with thousands of people who gathered to watch the event.

Following weeks of activism and pressure on the part of Ann Arbor residents, City Council passed an ordinance Monday evening intended to protect undocumented res

Deir Yassin Remembered is a local group famous for its weekly protests outside Temple Beth Israel in Ann Arbor.

Deir Yassin Remembered, a local group famous for its weekly protests outside Beth Israel Congregation in Ann Arbor, has been placed on a list of hate groups compiled by the Southern Pove

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor oversees the City Council meeting on January 17.

Ann Arbor might lose access to the funding required to move to the next phase of the building of a new Amtrak station

On March 5, Ann Arbor City Council decided to audit the Ann Arbor Police Department.

Ann Arbor City Council’s March 5 decision to contract Hillard Heintze LLC, a Chicago-based security consulting firm, to review Ann Arbor Police Department practices elicited a variety o

The Ann Arbor City Council is set to vote on a new highrise downtown.

City Council will be voting on a $10 million contract with Chicago-based real-estate firm Core Spaces during its April 17 meeting, Councilmember Zachary Ackerman (D–Ward 3) confirmed.

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor speaks at a City Council meeting on February 21.

Ann Arbor City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday to oppose cuts to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, which were 

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