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Applications Accepted Through January 25, 2019, for Participation in the Jack Dentler Ann Arbor Citizens Police, Fire and Courts Academy

From: City Of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI — The City of Ann Arbor is offering those who live or work in the city an opportunity for an inside look at our local public safety and justice systems. Those 18 years old and older who…
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University of Michigan Museum of Natural History News - November 14, 2018

From: University of Michigan Museum of Natural History

Be Part of the New Dinosaur Exhibit!The U-M Museum of Natural History is inviting community members to be a part of bringing the first new dinosaur to the museum in over a decade through its Buy a Bo…
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People's Food Co-op considers relocating amid business struggles

The co-op, which formed in 1971 and is supported by about 8,800 member-owners, hasn't made a profit since 2012.
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Michigan Senate candidate arraigned on charges over campaign literature

Ann Arbor businesswoman Anuja Rajendra, who lost a closely watched Michigan Senate race this year, was arranged on criminal charges Tuesday, Nov. 13.
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Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels gets $500,000 to fund CAPABLE senior program

CAPABLE - Community Aging in Place, Advancing Better Living for Elders - is a support model that originated at John Hopkins University.
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Stretch of State Street to close until February in Ann Arbor

A stretch of South State Street will close for several months as crews install a new duct bank.
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Speaking for the trees leaves Ann Arbor in legal fight with developer

A legal dispute between Ann Arbor and a local developer who wants to build a new subdivision off Packard Road could go to a jury trial next September if it isn't resolved by then.
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Livingston County man wins $224K lottery prize after buying ticket online

"I looked at the game's jackpot, and once I saw it had reset to $100,000 I realized I could be the big winner. As soon as I confirmed I had won, I could barely finish eating!" said the winner.…
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Incoming Secretary of State says Michigan at the forefront of electoral reform

In a symposium about the Electoral College and alternative methods of selecting presidents in the U.S., Benson gauve closing statements after two panel discussions Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the University …
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UMich, MSU among nation's study abroad leaders, report says

Both in-state institutions ranked in the top-10 in providing opportunities for students studying abroad.
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Kerrytown KindleFest 2018

The annual  Midnight Madness throughout the business districts of Ann Arbor.The KindleFest Market, or Christkindlmarkt as known in Germany, features artisans, farmers and retailers selling their holi…
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Manchester's upset bid of No. 1 SMCC falls just short in volleyball state quarterfinals

Manchester had a 2-1 lead after three sets, but the Kestrals experience was too much as they came from behind to win the Class C state quarterfinal.
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Court decision on Ann Arbor's Library Lot may not come until 2019

Two pending lawsuits against Ann Arbor seeking to invalidate a deal to sell the city-owned Library Lot to a Chicago developer may not be resolved until sometime in 2019.
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Church-dwelling immigrant's fugitive status 'bogus,' lawyer argues

An Albanian immigrant taking sanctuary from ICE in a Downtown Detroit church is a "fugitive," even though authorities know exactly where he is, a government attorney argued in federal court Tuesday.…
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DEQ expert was 'looking into hell' after PFAS discovery

Geologist who warned of PFAS crisis testifies at Senate field hearing.
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