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8/1/2021 
With the vaccine lottery fizzling, the health department builds its ground game.

7/30/2021 
Recycle Ann Arbor overhauls the Materials Recovery Facility.

7/13/2021 
City council just made it much easier to build-and rent-accessory dwelling units.

7/1/2021 
Budget cuts mean open positions won't be filled.

6/3/2021 
Lansing Republicans target research universities.

5/29/2021 
High-stakes litigation targets a city's savings account.

5/22/2021 
Theresa Durand never felt sick, but the Red Cross wanted her Covid antibodies

5/10/2021 
The crime wave that wasn't

5/1/2021 
"We've lost patience," says U-M medical historian Howard Markel. "We opened things up too soon. "

4/28/2021 
SEAS dean Jonathan Overpeck says green energy is coming soon-and barely in time.

4/7/2021 
Why the school board reversed course-and what it means for students.

4/1/2021 
Council's activist majority wants to change the face of the city-and they're moving fast to do it.

3/30/2021 
Where we've been, and where we're going

2/11/2021 
Health professionals jostle with teachers for vaccine priority.

2/11/2021 
Ann Arbor Public Schools are planning to bring students back to the classroom in March.

2/7/2021 
"The opportunity went away," says Ann Arbor police chief Mike Cox.

1/30/2021 
My child needed help. With few options and rigid rules, getting it was a five-day ordeal.

1/29/2021 
Eli Savit wants to send many fewer people to prison. Here's how he plans to do it.
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