FEATURED - A4 stories from the past week
If you live in or frequently visit Ann Arbor, chances are you've heard of Engage, or you've possibly met its founder, Brooke Boyle, at any number of events. For the newly initiated, Engage helps connect people all around Ann Arbor who are interested in widening their networks, personally and professionally. Boyle started Engage in August of 2017 to address the "What's happening in Ann Arbor?" problem and since its inception has grown into what Boyle calls "Ann Arbor's central hub for authentic connection with people, organizations and places." Read our full interview
Condos are hot, outsiders are driving up prices, and don't expect much under $500K, plus more insights from The Bouma Group's Martin Bouma.
UM cancels its games with Virginia Tech, moves a game with Washington and adds Arkansas State.
Reuniting a heart attack victim and the woman who may well have saved his life.
Ann Arbor is in the running to participate in the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge. Residents can submit proposals to the city, which will select a finalist to represent Ann Arbor.
Pioneer High School's parking lot was transformed Saturday morning as waves of people descended on the site to take part in Ann Arbor's "March for Our Lives." We were there to take in the scene.
June 15 is the date tech companies will open their doors to the pubilc.
HOT PROPS - A2 homes on the market
A2 Headlines - Summary of Ann Arbor headlines from across the Internet
How Ann Arbor drained stormy waters smartly (StateTech)
Ypsilanti Drag Queen Bingo supports Ann Arbor Pride (PrideSource)
University of Michigan lecturers prepare for possible strike (Press & Guide)
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