Ryan Stanton, MLive

Ryan Stanton


Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Contact Ryan

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • MLive

Past articles by Ryan:

135 more apartments proposed in northeast Ann Arbor

5-story apartment building proposed along Ann Arbor's Nixon Road → Read More

New ‘No Turn On Red’ signs going up in downtown Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor warns drivers to be aware of new 'No Turn On Red' signs going up → Read More

Ann Arbor’s new bikeways used by many, help grow bike ridership

ANN ARBOR, MI — Thousands upon thousands of trips are being logged on Ann Arbor’s new downtown bikeways. The city and Downtown Development Authority have been building out a network of two-way protected cycle tracks over the last four years and traffic studies show growing numbers in terms of downtown bike traffic. → Read More

Ann Arbor eyes new legal option to get DTE to phase out gas service in city

Ann Arbor may have leverage to get DTE to phase out gas → Read More

‘This is absolutely a racial-equity issue.’ Ann Arbor steps up eviction prevention

Ann Arbor puts extra $305K toward addressing what officials call an eviction crisis → Read More

Ann Arbor bike lane upgrades coming after $258K mini sweeper purchase

Ann Arbor is now one step closer to better-protected bike lanes → Read More

Ann Arbor taking new legal action against polluter Gelman Sciences

Ann Arbor City Council authorizes new legal action in fight against dioxane polluter → Read More

Ann Arbor officials call for energy justice in Michigan after DTE outages

'It's not OK.' Ann Arbor officials lay out list of demands for energy justice in Michigan → Read More

Ann Arbor OKs huge housing development on city’s north side

ANN ARBOR, MI — Ann Arbor has OK’d plans for a massive housing development that could bring over 600 new homes and apartments to the city’s north side. City Council voted unanimously Monday night, March 6, to approve the zoning and site plan for the so-called Village of Ann Arbor project on 68 acres off Pontiac Trail. → Read More

Hash Bash afterparty gets Ann Arbor’s OK, but with new conditions

Ann Arbor to aggressively enforce new no-parking zones around Hash Bash → Read More

DTE acknowledges new outage map can be inaccurate, cause confusion

DTE Energy says it's working to resolve inaccuracies with its new power outage map → Read More

‘A big step forward.’ Designing downtown Ann Arbor central park could begin

Funds raised to begin Ann Arbor central park design, group announces → Read More

Historic Ann Arbor church badly damaged in winter storms plans restoration

Bricks torn from side of historic church built in 1800s for German immigrants in Ann Arbor's Old West Side → Read More

DTE outage map caused off-the-charts confusion, Ann Arbor official says

'We expect better from DTE.' New outage map sparks complaints in Ann Arbor → Read More

Ann Arbor police step up bike lane enforcement, issue 28 tickets

ANN ARBOR, MI — With cars and trucks continuing to park in bike lanes, Ann Arbor police are cracking down. City officers have issued 28 tickets to motorists for illegally parking in bike lanes since creating a new tracking code for bike lane violations a few months ago, said Ann Arbor Police Department spokesman Chris Page. → Read More

What’s that taking shape next to Ann Arbor’s Stadium Hardware?

New development underway on Ann Arbor's Stadium Boulevard → Read More

Is it time for public power in Ann Arbor? Group makes case after latest outages

Ann Arbor for Public Power to host town hall on DTE grid outages, invites residents to share stories → Read More

DTE Energy’s new time-of-day rates take effect. Here’s what they mean for customers.

Here's what DTE Energy's new variable rates mean for residential power customers → Read More

Ann Arbor proposing new recycling drop-off station outside city

Ann Arbor to discuss plan for new regional recycling drop-off station in Pittsfield Township → Read More

Densifying Ann Arbor helps mitigate carbon emissions, experts say

ANN ARBOR, MI — There’s good news and bad news when it comes to climate change and what cities can do about it. “The bad news is what municipalities control directly when it comes to greenhouse gas emissions is a drop in the bucket compared to the emissions that are associated with people who live, work and play in the cities,” University of Michigan urban planning professor Jonathan Levine said. → Read More