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High School Heroes: Battling the Stigma of Mental Illness one Day at a Time

High School Heroes: Battling the Stigma of Mental Illness one Day at a Time

By Stavi Tennenbaum EVA ROSENFELD, JUNIOR, and co-editor in chief of Community High School’s nationally acclaimed CHS Communicator newspaper, is an avid reader, artist, Neutral Zone Board…

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

by P.D. Lesko NATHAN VOGHT IS the project manager who wants us to Reimagine Washtenaw Ave. as an economic development opportunity. Like the controversial WALLY commuter train…

Ypsi Mayor Says Hurdles for Her City Are AAPS, Racism, Biased News Reporting

Ypsi Mayor Says Hurdles for Her City Are AAPS, Racism, Biased News Reporting

“I could get in trouble for saying this, but our biggest challenge is Ann Arbor Public Schools. Its a very strong and excellent district, but the AAPS…

Investigations

Records Reveal Donor Did Not Pay for ,873 “Farewell” Party WCC Prez Charged to Taxpayers

Records Reveal Donor Did Not Pay for ,873 “Farewell” Party WCC Prez Charged to Taxpayers

The Ann Arbor Independent filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the credit card records of WCC President Dr. Rose Bellanca. Records revealed a ,873 meal…

Crime in Ann Arbor: 35 Percent of Crimes Solved—Since 2012, 8,000+ Crimes Uncleared

Crime in Ann Arbor:  35 Percent of Crimes Solved—Since 2012, 8,000+ Crimes Uncleared

LET’S BE CLEAR: In the U.S., Michigan and Ann Arbor crime rates are down. According to data gathered by the FBI, in Ann Arbor, about 1,300 more…

Ann Arbor Independent & ACLU Press Police to Release Public Records About Rosser Shooting

Ann Arbor Independent & ACLU Press Police to Release Public Records About Rosser Shooting

The Ann Arbor Independent filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the incident report filed by AAPD officers after the shooting of Aura Rosser. The ACLU…

Restaurant Reviews

Restaurant Inspections Reveal Even Ann Arbor’s Priciest, Well-Known Eateries Cited By Washtenaw County Health Dept.

Restaurant Inspections Reveal Even Ann Arbor’s Priciest, Well-Known Eateries Cited By Washtenaw County Health Dept.

IT’S EASY TO conclude that pricey meals and national media coverage might guarantee that a restaurant would be free from the most serious violations of a state’s…

Main Street Restaurant Health Code Violations Increase Between 2013 and 2014

Main Street Restaurant Health Code Violations Increase  Between 2013 and 2014

IN 2013, THE newspaper did a comprehensive look at the restaurant inspection reports for Ann Arbor’s Main Street restaurants. The number of priority violations (violations, such as…

A Weekend In Detroit—Where To Eat: The Russell Street Deli

A Weekend In Detroit—Where To Eat: The Russell Street Deli

by Katie Sutton DETROIT’S HISTORIC EASTERN Market is known for its huge pavilions chuck full of local produce, greenery, and snacks, but the real treat of this…

The Parent Trap

The Parent Trap: Narcissistic Children— Can They Be Stopped?

The Parent Trap: Narcissistic Children— Can  They Be Stopped?

by Danny Tyree ONE OF MY college roommates had a propensity for dismissing a rule (or someone else’s interests) with “Pish posh! That’s for lesser mortals!” That…

THE PARENT TRAP: Success = Online Friends, Soccer Games & Meds

THE PARENT TRAP: Success = Online Friends, Soccer Games & Meds

by Amanda Whiting WHEN HE WAS nine, he wrote poems that made me weep. When he was ten, I found pornography in his room. When he was…

Econ

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

by P.D. Lesko NATHAN VOGHT IS the project manager who wants us to Reimagine Washtenaw Ave. as an economic development opportunity. Like the controversial WALLY commuter train…

Local Church Rocks to Feed the Homeless as Non-profits Pick up Tab for Human Services Funding

Local Church Rocks to Feed the Homeless as Non-profits Pick up Tab for Human Services  Funding

The Vineyard Church’s Homeless Ministry serves over 12,000 meals a year through its justice and compassion ministries, many to the homeless and underfed. Since 2006, the church’s…

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High School Heroes: Battling the Stigma of Mental Illness one Day at a Time

High School Heroes: Battling the Stigma of Mental Illness one Day at a Time

By Stavi Tennenbaum EVA ROSENFELD, JUNIOR, and co-editor in chief of Community High School’s nationally acclaimed CHS Communicator newspaper, is an avid reader, artist, Neutral Zone Board…

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

by P.D. Lesko NATHAN VOGHT IS the project manager who wants us to Reimagine Washtenaw Ave. as an economic development opportunity. Like the controversial WALLY commuter train…

Ypsi Mayor Says Hurdles for Her City Are AAPS, Racism, Biased News Reporting

Ypsi Mayor Says Hurdles for Her City Are AAPS, Racism, Biased News Reporting

“I could get in trouble for saying this, but our biggest challenge is Ann Arbor Public Schools. Its a very strong and excellent district, but the AAPS…

Investigations

Records Reveal Donor Did Not Pay for $2,873 “Farewell” Party WCC Prez Charged to Taxpayers

Records Reveal Donor Did Not Pay for $2,873 “Farewell” Party WCC Prez Charged to Taxpayers

The Ann Arbor Independent filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the credit card records of WCC President Dr. Rose Bellanca. Records revealed a $2,873 meal…

Crime in Ann Arbor: 35 Percent of Crimes Solved—Since 2012, 8,000+ Crimes Uncleared

Crime in Ann Arbor:  35 Percent of Crimes Solved—Since 2012, 8,000+ Crimes Uncleared

LET’S BE CLEAR: In the U.S., Michigan and Ann Arbor crime rates are down. According to data gathered by the FBI, in Ann Arbor, about 1,300 more…

Ann Arbor Independent & ACLU Press Police to Release Public Records About Rosser Shooting

Ann Arbor Independent & ACLU Press Police to Release Public Records About Rosser Shooting

The Ann Arbor Independent filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the incident report filed by AAPD officers after the shooting of Aura Rosser. The ACLU…

Restaurant Reviews

Restaurant Inspections Reveal Even Ann Arbor’s Priciest, Well-Known Eateries Cited By Washtenaw County Health Dept.

Restaurant Inspections Reveal Even Ann Arbor’s Priciest, Well-Known Eateries Cited By Washtenaw County Health Dept.

IT’S EASY TO conclude that pricey meals and national media coverage might guarantee that a restaurant would be free from the most serious violations of a state’s…

Main Street Restaurant Health Code Violations Increase Between 2013 and 2014

Main Street Restaurant Health Code Violations Increase  Between 2013 and 2014

IN 2013, THE newspaper did a comprehensive look at the restaurant inspection reports for Ann Arbor’s Main Street restaurants. The number of priority violations (violations, such as…

A Weekend In Detroit—Where To Eat: The Russell Street Deli

A Weekend In Detroit—Where To Eat: The Russell Street Deli

by Katie Sutton DETROIT’S HISTORIC EASTERN Market is known for its huge pavilions chuck full of local produce, greenery, and snacks, but the real treat of this…

The Parent Trap

The Parent Trap: Narcissistic Children— Can They Be Stopped?

The Parent Trap: Narcissistic Children— Can  They Be Stopped?

by Danny Tyree ONE OF MY college roommates had a propensity for dismissing a rule (or someone else’s interests) with “Pish posh! That’s for lesser mortals!” That…

THE PARENT TRAP: Success = Online Friends, Soccer Games & Meds

THE PARENT TRAP: Success = Online Friends, Soccer Games & Meds

by Amanda Whiting WHEN HE WAS nine, he wrote poems that made me weep. When he was ten, I found pornography in his room. When he was…

Econ

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

by P.D. Lesko NATHAN VOGHT IS the project manager who wants us to Reimagine Washtenaw Ave. as an economic development opportunity. Like the controversial WALLY commuter train…

Local Church Rocks to Feed the Homeless as Non-profits Pick up Tab for Human Services Funding

Local Church Rocks to Feed the Homeless as Non-profits Pick up Tab for Human Services  Funding

The Vineyard Church’s Homeless Ministry serves over 12,000 meals a year through its justice and compassion ministries, many to the homeless and underfed. Since 2006, the church’s…

Recycling

Campus Sustainability: Progress, but U-M Neither a Leader nor the Best

Campus Sustainability: Progress, but U-M Neither a Leader nor the Best

by John Ball THE UNIVERSITY OF Michigan is showing a positive impact on sustainability as highlighted in the university’s 2014 sustainability report released last week. However, even…

Curbside Compost Collection Kicked Off March 30

Curbside Compost Collection Kicked Off March 30

THE WEEKLY CURBSIDE collection of residential compostables in the City of Ann Arbor resumed Monday, March 30, 2015, on regular curbside trash collection days. Curbside collection will…

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High School Heroes: Battling the Stigma of Mental Illness one Day at a Time

High School Heroes: Battling the Stigma of Mental Illness one Day at a Time

By Stavi Tennenbaum EVA ROSENFELD, JUNIOR, and co-editor in chief of Community High School’s nationally acclaimed CHS Communicator newspaper, is an avid reader, artist, Neutral Zone Board…

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

by P.D. Lesko NATHAN VOGHT IS the project manager who wants us to Reimagine Washtenaw Ave. as an economic development opportunity. Like the controversial WALLY commuter train…

Ypsi Mayor Says Hurdles for Her City Are AAPS, Racism, Biased News Reporting

Ypsi Mayor Says Hurdles for Her City Are AAPS, Racism, Biased News Reporting

“I could get in trouble for saying this, but our biggest challenge is Ann Arbor Public Schools. Its a very strong and excellent district, but the AAPS…

Investigations

Records Reveal Donor Did Not Pay for $2,873 “Farewell” Party WCC Prez Charged to Taxpayers

Records Reveal Donor Did Not Pay for $2,873 “Farewell” Party WCC Prez Charged to Taxpayers

The Ann Arbor Independent filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the credit card records of WCC President Dr. Rose Bellanca. Records revealed a $2,873 meal…

Crime in Ann Arbor: 35 Percent of Crimes Solved—Since 2012, 8,000+ Crimes Uncleared

Crime in Ann Arbor:  35 Percent of Crimes Solved—Since 2012, 8,000+ Crimes Uncleared

LET’S BE CLEAR: In the U.S., Michigan and Ann Arbor crime rates are down. According to data gathered by the FBI, in Ann Arbor, about 1,300 more…

Ann Arbor Independent & ACLU Press Police to Release Public Records About Rosser Shooting

Ann Arbor Independent & ACLU Press Police to Release Public Records About Rosser Shooting

The Ann Arbor Independent filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the incident report filed by AAPD officers after the shooting of Aura Rosser. The ACLU…

Restaurant Reviews

Restaurant Inspections Reveal Even Ann Arbor’s Priciest, Well-Known Eateries Cited By Washtenaw County Health Dept.

Restaurant Inspections Reveal Even Ann Arbor’s Priciest, Well-Known Eateries Cited By Washtenaw County Health Dept.

IT’S EASY TO conclude that pricey meals and national media coverage might guarantee that a restaurant would be free from the most serious violations of a state’s…

Main Street Restaurant Health Code Violations Increase Between 2013 and 2014

Main Street Restaurant Health Code Violations Increase  Between 2013 and 2014

IN 2013, THE newspaper did a comprehensive look at the restaurant inspection reports for Ann Arbor’s Main Street restaurants. The number of priority violations (violations, such as…

A Weekend In Detroit—Where To Eat: The Russell Street Deli

A Weekend In Detroit—Where To Eat: The Russell Street Deli

by Katie Sutton DETROIT’S HISTORIC EASTERN Market is known for its huge pavilions chuck full of local produce, greenery, and snacks, but the real treat of this…

The Parent Trap

The Parent Trap: Narcissistic Children— Can They Be Stopped?

The Parent Trap: Narcissistic Children— Can  They Be Stopped?

by Danny Tyree ONE OF MY college roommates had a propensity for dismissing a rule (or someone else’s interests) with “Pish posh! That’s for lesser mortals!” That…

THE PARENT TRAP: Success = Online Friends, Soccer Games & Meds

THE PARENT TRAP: Success = Online Friends, Soccer Games & Meds

by Amanda Whiting WHEN HE WAS nine, he wrote poems that made me weep. When he was ten, I found pornography in his room. When he was…

Econ

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

“Reimagining Washtenaw Ave.” With Project Manager Nathan Voght

by P.D. Lesko NATHAN VOGHT IS the project manager who wants us to Reimagine Washtenaw Ave. as an economic development opportunity. Like the controversial WALLY commuter train…

Local Church Rocks to Feed the Homeless as Non-profits Pick up Tab for Human Services Funding

Local Church Rocks to Feed the Homeless as Non-profits Pick up Tab for Human Services  Funding

The Vineyard Church’s Homeless Ministry serves over 12,000 meals a year through its justice and compassion ministries, many to the homeless and underfed. Since 2006, the church’s…

Recycling

Campus Sustainability: Progress, but U-M Neither a Leader nor the Best

Campus Sustainability: Progress, but U-M Neither a Leader nor the Best

by John Ball THE UNIVERSITY OF Michigan is showing a positive impact on sustainability as highlighted in the university’s 2014 sustainability report released last week. However, even…

Curbside Compost Collection Kicked Off March 30

Curbside Compost Collection Kicked Off March 30

THE WEEKLY CURBSIDE collection of residential compostables in the City of Ann Arbor resumed Monday, March 30, 2015, on regular curbside trash collection days. Curbside collection will…

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.34 Million in State Money
Recycling

Campus Sustainability: Progress, but U-M Neither a Leader nor the Best

Campus Sustainability: Progress, but U-M Neither a Leader nor the Best

by John Ball THE UNIVERSITY OF Michigan is showing a positive impact on sustainability as highlighted in the university’s 2014 sustainability report released last week. However, even…

Curbside Compost Collection Kicked Off March 30

Curbside Compost Collection Kicked Off March 30

THE WEEKLY CURBSIDE collection of residential compostables in the City of Ann Arbor resumed Monday, March 30, 2015, on regular curbside trash collection days. Curbside collection will…

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