BY ANASTASSIOS ADAMOPOULOS
Protesters marched through downtown Ann Arbor on Saturday in response to the decision by the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office not to press criminal charges against Ann Arbor Police Department Officer David Ried following the fatal shooting of 40-year-old Ann Arbor resident Aura Rosser.
BY EMMA KERR
The Ann Arbor City Council unanimously voted Monday to regulate future building construction on the corner of Main Street and William Street, changing the zoning of the property from D1, core downtown area, to D2, or downtown interface area.
BY KAYLLA CANTILINA
After the grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson, protests were organized in Ann Arbor and Detroit, to voice perspectives on racism and police brutality.
BY WILL GREENBERG
The City of Ann Arbor has finally filled the vacant Ann Arbor Fire Chief spot with Larry Collins accepting the position Tuesday.
BY GENEVIEVE HUMMER
With a new revision to Ann Arbor’s Non-Discrimination Ordinance, the City Council is aiming to extend legal protections to a broader spectrum of the city’s residents.
BY GENEVIEVE HUMMER
The Ann Arbor City Council unanimously approved amendments to both the city’s Non-Discrimination Ordinance and the Living Wage Ordinance at their meeting Monday.
BY PAULA FRIEDRICH
As the mood on campus plummeted with Notre Dame’s victory over Michigan Saturday, a different scene played out at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market in Kerrytown.
BY MATTHEW JACKONEN
Supporters of driving-service companies Uber and Lyft will live to fight another day after the Ann Arbor City Council discussed the economic and safety concerned of these non-conventional taxi services.
BY EMMA KERR AND SHOHAM GEVA
Amid a crowded field in the Ann Arbor Democratic mayoral primary, city council member Christopher Taylor has won the position, carrying 7,070 of 16,591 votes cast for a total of 47.57 percent. He will face Bryan Kelly, an independent challenger, in the race for city mayor Nov. 4.
BY HILLARY CRAWFORD
In anticipation of Saturday’s Manchester United vs. Real Madrid soccer match at the Big House, fans and Ann Arbor residents alike came to Main Street Friday to celebrate the event during an afternoon music and street festival.
BY REBECCA GODWIN
Choices play an important part in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance’s upcoming production of “Crazy for You,” directed by Associate Professor of Musical Theatre Linda Goodrich and opening on Thursday.
BY SHAMIK GANGULY
On Thursday, Bobby McFerrin comes to Hill Auditorium to present his latest project, “spirityouall.” This new endeavor of McFerrin’s seeks to pay homage to African American spirituals and to his father, an operatic baritone who was himself a dedicated performer of these traditional songs.
BY TYLER BAILEY
The website, created by Engineering junior Nick Ruff and University alumni Omeid Seirafi-pour, Calvin Schemanski and John Gulbronson, utilizes an exclusive restaurant ranking system instead of the typical star rating system used by other similar sites.
BY STEVEN TWEEDIE
As to what the offline version of their show will contain Friday, expect the usual hilarious content of any CollegeHumor production, with a few surprises.
BY JOEY STEINBERGER
The texts for the Best American Nonrequired Reading anthology are chosen annually by two groups of high school students, one from Valencia California and the other from Ann Arbor.