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"We're really happy with where they're going," says AARP Foundation attorney Dara Smith.
Slow progress on high-speed rail
It's easier to change the city's charter than its laws.
How "socially minded software" is making courts more efficient-and helping people in recovery.
How could something as dull as commission appointments cause so much anger on City Council?
The DDA aims to make Huron more pedestrian-friendly.
WISD wants to replace the "honeycomb."
Even before it breaks ground, a 682-bedroom student housing complex has already broken new ground.
Full employment and fewer benefits leave the sheriff short-handed.
U-M physics professor David Gerdes took a detour to the Kuiper Belt.
A more united board gets ready for a big ask.
Despite a decade of efforts, the number of pedestrians injured and killed locally is climbing.
"I am Riley and Carter's mom, and I am grateful for this school community," said Makia Alexander.
How an improbable sale set the stage for a west-side pathway.
Power lines burrow beneath S. Forest.
Mayor Taylor makes his move.
The Ann Arbor Railroad is planning a gravel storage and transport yard by the U-M athletic campus.
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