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16 min ago | State of Michigan
WHAT: The Michigan Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting regarding proposed improvements to US-23 and M-14 in Washtenaw and Livingston counties.
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4 hrs ago | MLive.com
Jerry Blackstone, director of choral activities and professor and chair of conducting at the University of Michigan.
5 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Avomeen Analytical Services, a national chemical analysis laboratory, serves the product testing and development needs of clients across the country.
9 hrs ago | MLive.com
This property at the southeast corner of Main and William, currently home to DTE Energy, is zoned for 180-foot-tall development right now, but the Planning Commission recommends imposing a new 60-foot height limit.
10 hrs ago | MLive.com
Ann Arbor's Skyline High School may not have a grand piano now, but it's hoping to get one soon.
14 hrs ago | MLive.com
The Edwards Brothers Malloy property on South State Street contains a 185,000-square-foot facility on 16.7 acres of land.
14 hrs ago | MLive.com
Ann Arbor's McKinley Inc. wants to build affordable housing on a vacant site behind the McKinley Executive Centre.
Ann Arbor officials are optimistic about the city's financial condition as they prepare to head into another round of budget discussions.
One man needed to go to the hospital after crashing his car into a tree following a chase with the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office, police officials said.
Servers at downtown Ann Arbor's Bar Louie and Alley Bar got an unusual surprise one night in September when they received tips of mega proportions.
Faculty at Eastern Michigan University increased their pressure on the university to pull out of the Education Achievement Authority Tuesday with about 50 protestors marching outside of an EAA meeting.
Randy Step and Steve Angerman own the Running Fit building and are proposing a three-story addition, which is estimated to cost $900,000.
A woman, who is an EMU student, was shot in the shoulder by an errant bullet at the troubled Peninsular Place apartment complex Tuesday.
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Ypsilanti business Fantasy Attic Costumes will close its doors by the end of December, 27 years after the business initially opened in Ann Arbor.
Nonprofit organization Food Gatherers unveiled an expanded warehouse last month on the north side of Ann Arbor that nearly doubles the group's food distribution capacity.
More than 1,100 faculty have signed a petition opposing University of Michigan's planned consolidation of some of its administrative functions - and it appears college leaders are taking steps to put faculty and staff at ease.