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10/2/2015 
As high rises sprout downtown, more than six acres on Broadway lie fallow.

9/2/2015 
Voters give city council's activist coalition a supermajority.

8/29/2015 
Meet the surprisingly human geeks who are making Ann Arbor an online hub.

8/22/2015 
Inventing "Ann Arbaugh"

8/15/2015 
Police chief John Seto retires.

8/7/2015 
The chairs reserved for Deb Mexicotte and Linda Carter stood empty.

8/2/2015 
Factions face off on August 4.

7/21/2015 
Saline’s Brian Marl, Dexter’s Shawn Keough, and Chelsea’s Jason Lindauer look ahead.

7/11/2015 
The fight between the teachers and the administration is all about the contract.

6/15/2015 
"It's better for democracy if more people vote," says councilmember Kirk Westphal.

6/11/2015 
Five months after Ralph Welton's ouster, contractors remain furious--and apprehensive.

5/27/2015 
He won the election. Can he win Prop 1?

5/19/2015 
The ISR ends a controversial practice

5/3/2015 
The state cuts school funding--again

4/28/2015 
How the U-M reinvented Pfizer

4/24/2015 
Question Corner: April 2015

4/21/2015 
Like many other pre-teens, WALLY is at the age for a growth spurt.

4/19/2015 
Backtracking politicians--and the U-M's self-interest--gives hundreds of local homeowners a break.
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