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The Ypsilanti City Council approved a plan to restripe the road and add new signage to alleviate some of the confusion caused by the changes implemented last October.
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Two school districts in Washtenaw County have extended their school year further into the summer to make up for an excess of days of class cancelled due to inclement weather this winter.
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In 2013, the township completed more than two miles of the non-motorized path's first phase, and the Pittsfield Township Board of Trustees recently approved committing $365,000 toward a $2.1 million extension of the second phase.
A ban on benefits for domestic partners in Michigan public schools and local governments might not save much money, but that's not a reason to throw out the law, a lawyer for the state told a federal judge Tuesday.
Grief counselors and psychologists, part of a crisis team, were on hand to assist teachers and students as needed after a 9-year-old girl was struck by a vehicle while being dropped off at Eriksson Elementary School in Canton Monday morning.
Ypsilanti Township Attorney Doug Winters described the Clark East Tower senior housing complex as a "jewel" of the township prior to recent crime issues.
Some traffic calming devices like a small roundabout have been installed on Cloverlane Drive, but officials and residents believe speed humps will be more effective.
The Ann Arbor District Library was award the Water Quality Protection award at Washtenaw County's Environmental Excellence Awards on April 10. (Ryan Stanton Washtenaw County announced its recipients of the 17th-annual Environmental Excellence Awards Thursday at the Washtenaw County Waste Knot and Community Partners for Clean Streams ceremony.
Kelly Callison and Anne Callison, who have been together five years and have a 2-year-old son, are among those suing the state of Michigan to have their same-sex marriages recognized.
The Huron River Watershed Council is hosting a conference Thursday, April 24 in order to celebrate the Huron River and its place in the community.
While the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority is asking voters on May 6 to approve a new tax to fund an expansion of transit services in Washtenaw County's urban core - including Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Ypsilanti Township - opponents are criticizing the agency over its previous countywide expansion effort.
Spring has finally arrived and as tulips begin to sprout and trees begin to bud we'll also begin to see the bloom of election signs around town signaling the arrival of another election season in Ann Arbor.
A hung jury led to a mistrial Friday in a Plymouth Township criminal sexual conduct case, but prosecutors plan to try the case again.