11/7/2017As the city cuts back on council elections, independents make a last stand.
There are two big millages on the November 7 ballot.
Saline's sewage plant looks for a permanent fix.
Voters OK broadband tax.
Dexter to add roundabouts
Washington gyrations feed anxiety on campus.
Gearing up for a big "ask."
A council seat changes hands.
Mark Braun is racing to Mackinac Island by land and lake.
Odd-year elections gave small, passionate groups an outsize impact. This will be their last chance.
How the Metroparks blocked Nate Pound's kayaks.
A bond vote to fund a host of improvements
St. Joe's and the U-M team up.
Rural residents' frustrating search for high-speed Internet access
By the end of June, all AAPD patrol officers will be wearing video cameras.
County potholes? There's an app for that.
Gun safety gets a color.
Council's dominant caucus says there isn't one. A crucial vote says otherwise.
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