BY ESHWAR THIRUNAVUKKARASU
Patients suffering from chronic illnesses are likely to fare better without false hope for recovery, according to a recent study done by researchers at the University of Michigan Health System.
BY DYLAN CINTI
Nearly 60 percent of Washtenaw County voters rejected a property tax increase yesterday that would have provided additional funding to the area’s public schools.
BY ALEX KIRSHENBAUM
It has been a long road to freedom for Dwayne Provience. In 2001 he was convicted of a murder he didn’t commit and after eight years in prison, he is today back with his family.
BY EMILY ORLEY
In the only contested seats for yesterday’s city election, incumbents Sabra Briere and Marcia Higgins both beat out their opponents to claim two-year terms on the Ann Arbor City Council.
BY AARON AUGSBURGER
An employee from Holiday Lighting Services puts up lights on the corner of East Liberty and South Division Streets last night. This year Ann Arbor will be using exclusively LED lights that use 80 percent less energy than traditional holiday lights.
BY BETHANY BIRON
Ann Arbor residents will head to the polls today for the general city election, where they will vote to seat candidates for two-year terms in each of the city’s five wards.
BY JENNA SKOLLER
The Ann Arbor City Attorney’s Office announced yesterday that it reached a partial compromise with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality over safety concerns regarding the water quality of Argo Dam.
BY DYLAN CINTI
Faced with mounting budget shortfalls, Washtenaw County schools are reaching out to taxpayers for help.
BY MAX COLLINS
LSA senior Katie Niedzielski buys clothes yesterday for her Halloween costume at Star Vintage located on State Street. The store, which specializes in 1960s and ‘70s vintage clothes and furniture, thrives around seasonal events like Halloween — when their sales increase to around $1,000 a day.
BY NICOLE ABER
Thanks to U.S. Rep. John Dingell, residents near Central Campus will still have a short walk to the post office. The South University Avenue post office was initially considered one of 410 post office locations facing the chopping block this year, but it’s now remaining open, much to the relief of many Ann Arbor residents who live in the area.
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.