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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.

Population: 114386
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

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May Erlewine shines in latest album 'Mother Lion'

"I've been so lifted up and supported by the community here, so it seemed really fun and sort of tangible to actually be able to physically give the record and present the songs," Erlewine said. "I also haven't played most of them live ever, so it's sort of really presenting all of it as a piece for the first time."

Rock thrown off I-75 bridge missed Ann Arbor man before second man gets hit

Jim Schulz was driving 70 mph south on Interstate 75 in his Mazda 3 when he saw something go over the north side of the overpass at Dodge Road on Wednesday. "I didn't have a lot of think time and I thought 'What is that?'" he said.

Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor prepares to close downtown thrift store

The Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor announced the $2.75 million sale of the building at 200 S. First St. in April, and was moving merchandise and displays to the Kiwanis Thrift Sale West location on Staebler Road. Kiwanis Club member Dan Dever said Saturday will be the last day for all departments at the original Kiwanis Thrift sale site.

Garlic salt in your coffee? Ann Arbor's RoosRoast offers unusual drink

Inspired by Mindo Chocolate Makers garlic flavored chocolate bar, the folks at RoosRoast Coffee Works in Ann Arbor challenged themselves to come up with a garlic-flavored coffee drink. The result: the garlic cortado.

Backyard chicken trend leads to more disease infections

Hens are shown in a backyard in Ann Arbor, Mich. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/The Ann Arbor News, Ryan Stanton LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT Luke Gabriele was a healthy 14-year-old football player in Pennsylvania when he began to feel soreness in his chest that grew increasingly painful.

New H&M store set to open in Flint Township

The store measuring approximately 23,000 square feet is set for its grand opening on noon Thursday, Nov. 2 at Genesee Valley Center, 3425 S. Linden Road. "The new H&M location will offer Flint residents a one-stop shopping destination for quality clothing, with collections for ladies and men, with a separate "shop in shop" section for accessories," according to a news release announcing the opening date.

Unmarked school bus trying to pick up kids in Michigan

Police and a school district in Michigan say an unmarked school bus has been trying to pick up students. A Michigan school district put students and parents on alert Thursday after police received multiple reports of an unmarked school bus trying to pick up students.

How Trump Getting His Way on NAFTA Would Reshape the Auto Sector

Mexico, Canada and the U.S. are at loggerheads after the latest round of NAFTA negotiations, with America's neighbors rejecting hard-line proposals by the Trump administration that risk throwing automotive trade on the continent into disarray. President Donald Trump's proposed changes - including requiring vehicles have 85% NAFTA-sourced parts with half coming from the U.S. to avoid duties in the region - are nonstarters for his two major trading partners.

City Council Members Kneel During Pledge Of Allegiance

SEPTEMBER 27: City Council Members, including Jumaane Williams and Melissa Mark-Viverto 'take a knee' on the steps of City Hall in reaction to President Donald Trump's condemnation of NFL players who do the same on September 27, 2017 in New York City. The Council members spoke of having solidarity with athletes and coaches around the country who have also kneeled in protest of racial injustice, especially in policing.

University of Michigan's physics center secures $8M gift

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Getting to know Penn State: Nittany Lions rank high in many categories

The Penn State Nittany Lions received a spanking from the Michigan Wolverines in 2016, losing in Ann Arbor 49-10. A year removed, Penn State is No.

Ann Arbor's Park n Party acquires Florida parking reservation business

Ann Arbor-based Park n Party is growing its presence outside of the Midwest with the recent acquisition of a Florida parking reservation company. Announced Oct. 13, Park n Party has acquired the Gainesville parking reservation company known as Yardslot .

Ann Arbor train station cost estimate off by $5M due to math error

Ann Arbor's cost estimate for building a new Amtrak station is off by millions of dollars due to some bad math. The city has confirmed "an arithmetic error" was made when calculating the $81 million estimate for building a new station and parking garage in Fuller Park, and it actually should be about $5 million higher.

Pink beer on tap as Ann Arbor businesses support breast awareness campaign

Area businesses are supporting the University of Michigan Health System's Breast Care Center this month with a new take on the Think Pink, Go Blue campaign. Now dubbed See Pink, Go Blue , the campaign has returned this year with a new moniker and more than 50 businesses raising awareness with special "See Pink" items available through October, such as Pretzel Bell's Bramble On cocktail and Arbor Brewing Company's pink-hued draft beer called HopBeet.

Kalamazoo changes Columbus Day, keeps controversial fountain

Officials in Kalamazoo have agreed to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day instead of Columbus Day, but the city hasn't decided what to do with a statue that some say celebrates the forced removal of Native Americans. The Kalamazoo Gazette reports that the Kalamazoo City Commission approved a resolution Monday to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day on the second Monday of October every year.

Ann Arbor city council members explain why they gave themselves raises

After debate on whether the raises were necessary or deserved, a motion to cancel the scheduled raises failed, with only five of the eight votes it needed to pass. The Local Officers Compensation Commission previously recommended council members and the mayor receive 2.2-percent raises each year for the next two years, based on pay increases granted to elected officials in other cities.

Judge won't grant bankruptcy protection for Packard Square in Ann Arbor

A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge has dismissed motion for Chapter 11 bankruptcy sought by the developer of Ann Arbor's Packard Square apartment and retail complex. Judge Thomas J. Tucker, in an Oct. 13 opinion , said he was dismissing the bankruptcy petition sought by Bloomfield Hills developer Craig Schubiner on behalf of Packard Square.

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