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7/26/2018 
The gravel mine deal is finally official.

7/25/2018 
A legal loss in a development fight

7/10/2018 
The road commission gets a lesson in community engagement.

7/2/2018 
A flood and fast trains converge to solve a $6.8 million problem.

6/30/2018 
Goodbye, billiards room. Hello, IdeaHub

6/28/2018 
A new generation seeks its fortune in the marijuana business.

6/25/2018 
Mike Kennedy looks forward to building stations.

6/20/2018 
Some April politicking improved the chances of council critics in the August's Fourth Ward primary.

6/18/2018 
"No-fault is the reason I'm alive and well off as I am," says Andrew Kratzat.

6/15/2018 
After a last-ditch legal battle, two U-M physicians were evicted from their dream home in May.

6/12/2018 
Ulysses Wong targets the district's "overreach."

5/30/2018 
Debbie Dingell on why she warned Trump could win - and thinks Parkland could be a turning point.

5/20/2018 
After all the furor, David Stutz's first week as a "concierge physician" was a quiet one.

5/7/2018 
"We shouldn"t look to the state for help," says Ann Arbor school board president Christine Stead.

4/29/2018 
Ann Arbor through the eyes of drivers for Uber and Lyft.

4/24/2018 
For Stacy and David Markel, reading "The Battle of Geddes Ridge" was a revelation.

4/23/2018 
Democrat Shri Thanedar aims to be the second Ann Arborite in a row elected governor.

4/20/2018 
"The city needs better leadership," Jack Eaton declares.
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