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Ann Arbor's "Tree Town" nickname stems from the dense forestation of its parks and residential areas. University of Michigan shapes Ann Arbor's economy significantly as it employs about 30,000 workers, including about 12,000 in the medical center. The city's economy is also centered on high technology, with several companies drawn to the area by the university's research and development money, and by its graduates.
Local Newspapers: The Ann Arbor News
Local Sports Teams: Michigan Wolverines
Local Colleges: University of Michigan Concordia University Cleary University
Zip Codes associated with ann arbor, michigan:
48103 48104 48105 48108
Towns/Cities near ann arbor, michigan : Barton Hills Eberwhite Dicken Ypsilanti Superior Dexter Saline Belleville
Wolverine State Brewing Co.'s summer celebration features expanded patio, new beer bar
Wolverine State Brewing Co. is teaming up with Food Gatherers for a summer celebration with a pig roast, beer competition and an expansion of the restaurant's outdoor patio with a new beer bar.Michigan to reportedly host R.J. Barrett, the No. 1 ranked player in 2019
The No. 1 ranked basketball player in the 2019 high school class is reportedly taking a good look at Michigan.Ann Arbor once again ranks as country's most educated city, online report says
Ann Arbor has repeated as the nation's most educated city in the 2017 ranking released by WalletHub on Tuesday, July 25. Ann Arbor, which topped the ranking last year , was No. 1 once again with a total score of 95.09, far outpacing the No.Ann Arbor man facing deportation to Iraq fighting to stay with his family
The 38-year-old mother of three is sitting on a couch inside her mother's living room on Ann Arbor's east side and she's been waiting all day to find out what's going to happen. Specifically, she's waiting to hear whether a federal judge in Michigan will continue to hold off the deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals across the United States, including her husband, Kam, who was taken away from his family in Ann Arbor last month.Electric Eye coffee shop opens in Ann Arbor next week
Electric Eye, a new coffee shop that plans to rotate beans from small roasters on a monthly basis, opens on Ann Arbor's north side on Monday. Owner Keelan Ferraiuolo - who has over 20 years of experience as a barista and in the coffee trade - and partner Rachel Pell will use the featured grounds across the board for espresso, cold brew, drips, and pour overs.Ann Arbor teacher union's fee violated right-to-work law, judge says
An administrative law judge says the Ann Arbor Education Association committed an unfair labor practice in requiring a teacher to pay a service fee to the union for the 2015-16 school year. Judge Julia Stern issued her decision on June 30 in the case of Pioneer High School teacher Ronald Robinson versus the AAEA, which is an affiliate of the Michigan Education Association.Family of slain Ann Arbor teen seeks to forgive as killer gets 25-50 years prison
Despite watching his convicted killer smile at his sentencing, the family of Jordan Klee is seeking closure and attempting to find forgiveness, a Washtenaw County prosecutor said Monday, July 24. After growing incensed at the smiles of Danta Wright, 17, of Ann Arbor during his sentencing Monday, Judge David S. Swartz allowed prosecutors time to consult the family of the slain 18-year-old Pioneer High School student to see if they'd prefer he reject the sentencing agreement in place and send the case to trial. After nearly an hour delay, Assistant Washtenaw County Prosecuting Attorney John Vella came back with their answer, and Swartz went forward with Wright's plea and a sentence of 25 to 52 years in prison.Assault trial of Cowboys rookie, Ex-Michigan CB Jourdan Lewis underway
Did NFL rookie Jourdan Lewis hit his ex-girlfriend with a pillow forcefully enough to knock her down? Or did he merely throw pillows at her? The distinction will be at the crux of the former University of Michigan football player's domestic assault case, which got underway Monday, July 24 with jury selection and opening statements at Ann Arbor's 15th District Court. Assistant Washtenaw County Prosecutor Lou Danner characterized the incident during opening statements as a violent assault that started with three blows with the pillow and ended with Lewis dragging Nikole Miller, 21, across the floor and forcefully putting his hands on her neck before leaving.Highlights From the Circulation Family of Journals [From the Circulation Family]
This large ECG study investigated the long-term outcomes in individuals with electrocardiographic preexcitation from a primary care population. Patients with ventricular preexcitation had higher risk of atrial fibrillation and heart failure, with the highest risk for heart failure among patients with a right anteroseptal pathway.Check out these must-see moments from the 2017 Ann Arbor art fairs
Thousands of art enthusiasts, vendors, townies and even some furry friends spent time downtown July 20-23, enjoying a huge collection of art, performers and local shops and restaurants.Check out these must-see moments from the 2017 Ann Arbor art fairs
Thousands of art enthusiasts, vendors, townies and even some furry friends spent time downtown July 20-23, enjoying a huge collection of art, performers and local shops and restaurants.Man to be sentenced in murder of Ann Arbor teen
Klee was supposed to be attending class at Pioneer High School the day he was found shot and killed in October of 2016. Wright admitted he and two other friends were trying to rob the 18-year-old at gunpoint at a hearing in June.Naked man chased seagulls at Petoskey State Park, threatened police
An Ann Arbor man was arrested Sunday after witnesses said he was naked and chasing seagulls on the beach at Petoskey State Park.Pedestrian struck by off-duty Ann Arbor police officer improves
A pedestrian is improving after being seriously injured in a crash involving an off-duty Ann Arbor police officer on Friday, July 21. The 52-year-old Ann Arbor man was hospitalized in serious condition after the crash about 9:35 p.m. Friday, July 21 on southbound Seventh Street, south of Madison Street, according to a release by Michigan State Police. The Ann Arbor police officer, who has not been identified, had just finished his shift and was driving home in his personal vehicle when he struck the man, according to MSP.Read "Edgefest 2016" reviewed by
One of the most consistently satisfying festivals in the USA, or for that matter anywhere, can be found in the college town of Ann Arbor, Michigan, where each fall, a superb lineup of innovative international performers produce music of significance over a four-day period. The appropriately named Edgefest, for the music has always been on the cutting edge, calls the Kerrytown Concert House home.Minding the talent gap in machine vision
Careers in automation aren't at the top of recent graduates' wish lists. And when they are, managers find that many candidates are lacking essential skills required of the job.Man shot by SWAT lunged at officers with knife, sword, police testify
A man taunted police officers by waving and rubbing together the edges of knives in a small Ypsilanti apartment before he was shot by a member of Washtenaw Metro SWAT in a January encounter, police testified Thursday, July 20. Two cases against Rodger Ketchman, 33, of Ypsilanti were bound over to circuit court following preliminary examinations Thursday at Washtenaw County's 14A-1 District Court. Ketchman initially faced charges of first-degree home invasion, carrying a dangerous weapon with unlawful intent and malicious destruction of a building costing $20,000 or more in damage for the incident on Jan. 13, 2017.
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