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7/2/2019 
A more united board gets ready for a big ask.

6/29/2019 
Despite a decade of efforts, the number of pedestrians injured and killed locally is climbing.

6/1/2019 
"I am Riley and Carter's mom, and I am grateful for this school community," said Makia Alexander.

5/31/2019 
How an improbable sale set the stage for a west-side pathway.

5/11/2019 
Power lines burrow beneath S. Forest.

5/2/2019 
Mayor Taylor makes his move.

5/1/2019 
The Ann Arbor Railroad is planning a gravel storage and transport yard by the U-M athletic campus.

4/20/2019 
"Sir, can I have a translator, please … so I can understand what is happening in this court?"

4/14/2019 
With his newspaper clients disappearing, he started his own opinionated website.

4/11/2019 
Legalization or not, it's still a no-no.

3/30/2019 
Ann Arbor's automotive journalists chase the mobility revolution.

3/23/2019 
Ed Vielmetti has won the right to show Ann Arbor's city seal in an online encyclopedia.

3/16/2019 
"There was shock," says AAATA CEO Matt Carpenter. "People didn't know."

3/9/2019 
Tim Johnson was puzzled when he heard that the Boy Scouts were going to admit girls.

3/2/2019 
Drug deaths soared after dealers spiked heroin with fentanyl. Now they're adding it to cocaine.

2/2/2019 
President Trump's partial government shutdown hit Ann Arbor's federally funded jobs-hard

1/31/2019 
Is downtown's last great housing bargain a charity, or just another landlord?

1/30/2019 
He had the inside track on a city council seat-until he changed sides.
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