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This graphic shows what the radar should look like at 4 a.m. Monday December 9, 2013.
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Solar panels were installed on the roof of Corner Brewery in the summer of 2012.
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You are looking at the forthcoming Galleria of Troy. This is a rendering of one of the two planned hotels the Hampton Inn and Suites with 122 rooms and the Hilton Garden Inn with 114 rooms.
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Performance Network Theatre is having the sale of the season with the Second Annual Backstage Sale in which props and costumes from award winning productions are on sale at Performance Network on December 12 at 10am through December 15 at 5pm.
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Kahootz Toys has brought back the Spirograph after a nearly 20-year absence from toy stores in America.
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Burns Park Elementary School Principal Chuck Hatt smiles as students walk by in a hallway at the school on Friday.
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Admission is free. "Much of the concert will focus on his years at U-M, including highlights from two original shows he wrote for MUSKET," U-M musical theater department director Brent Wagner wrote in an email.
The reconstruction of Carpenter Road from Packard Road to M-17 in Pittsfield Township will receive $375,000 in state Transportation Economic Development Fund Category F funding, The Michigan Department of Transportation announced.
Two outdoor events - Kindlefest in Kerrytown and Midnight Madness on Main St. - helped Ann Arbor ring in the holidays Friday night.
We talked to Ellen Miller at Ann Arbor's Morgan & York to get some tips on pulling a great shot of espresso.
Though Ann Arbor is known for being on the vanguard of restaurant culture, the incoming restaurant on East William Street - Menna's Joint - will be the sixth campus location for the East Lansing-based burrito chain.
The decor has firehouse equipment on the walls and pictures of fire trucks. The tables are white with black spots sort of dalmatian-like.
City Administrator Steve Powers said Hubbard has informed Police Chief John Seto, who oversees safety services, of his intention to retire in early 2014.
The city of Ann Arbor is targeting a series of houses for demolition that sit along Platt Road just north of Interstate 94. Hearings for the houses will be held by the Building Board of Appeals at its Thursday, Dec.12 meeting.
Following the resignation and departure of Skyline High School's athletic coordinator for a position in Wayne-Westland Community Schools this week, Ann Arbor Public Schools is upgrading the position both in job title and pay grade.
Ann Arbor SPARK CEO and President Paul Krutko announced that the public-private economic development cooperative will post financial statements on its website and provide more information to elected officials.