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The firing of city administrator Howard Lazarus was timely for police chief Mike Cox.
Was the city administrator fired for resisting "backroom pressure"?
How to get help, and give it
What has the police and mental health millage accomplished so far-and what else will it do?
"This has not been done since 1918," says quarantine expert Howard Markel.
How Dr. Leslie's science contaminated his nature center.
The AAPD tries a new approach to hiring.
The Wuhan coronavirus is novel, but don't forget the flu.
There's still time - barely - to "spoil" your absentee ballot.
"The turnout is going to be astronomical," predicts county clerk Larry Kestenbaum.
The community college seeks a renewal.
"My next six months is just havoc," John Cornack says.
"I think the public would be offended by the way poor people are treated."
An Ann Arbor expat gets caught in a political crossfire.
The feds redefine "family planning."
Michigan Medicine alone raised $1.5 billion in the U-M's Victors for Michigan fundraising campaign.
St. Joe's staffers await their new electronic health records system with anticipation and dread.
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"We turned it on overnight, like a light switch," says Vie Fitness & Spa owner Heather Dupuis.
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Superintendent Jeanice Swift says Ann Arbor's plan will "land on the side of caution."