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Recent articles by Meredith:

Annual exhibition showcasing artwork by prisoners returns to University of Michigan this month

The 27th annual Exhibition of Artists in Michigan Prisons will run March 21-April 4 in Ann Arbor. → Read More

Ann Arbor Animal Hospital shutting down Emergency Room after nearly two decades

The Ann Arbor Animal Hospital will cease operations in its ER on Tuesday morning. → Read More

Roads ‘impassable.’ City of Ann Arbor issues public safety alert urging motorists not to drive

Ann Arbor officials warn the public that road conditions are extremely dangerous within the city limits. → Read More

University of Michigan joins state-sponsored initiative to promote careers in EV, mobility sector

A new scholarship program is encouraging Michigan students to enter the electric vehicle and mobility sector. → Read More

Overnight warming centers in Ann Arbor extend dates as thousands remain without power

Two locations will keep their doors open through the weekend for community members without power. → Read More

University of Michigan Greek organizations raise more than $210K for nonprofits

Students who participated in the annual Winterfest broomball fundraiser surpassed their goal of raising $200,000 for charity. → Read More

Ann Arbor Public Schools to close for third day on Friday amid power outages

More than half of Ann Arbor Public Schools buildings were without power on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

VIDEO: Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh helps officer move a tree during ice storm in Ann Arbor

U-M head football coach Jim Harbaugh lent a hand to a police officer in the middle of an ice storm on Wednesday night. → Read More

Ann Arbor Public Schools to remain closed Thursday amid power outages, icy conditions

AAPS will close for a second day as an ice storm hits the area. → Read More

Woman pulls gun during road rage incident in downtown Ann Arbor

A woman was arrested after she pulled a gun on another driver during a parking dispute in downtown Ann Arbor. → Read More

Former NBA player coming to Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater to share story of recovery, short film

Former NBA player Chris Herren will be bringing his story to the local community on March 8 during an event at the Michigan Theater. → Read More

Ann Arbor Public Schools closing all buildings on Wednesday ahead of winter storm

AAPS has canceled all school activities ahead of Wednesday's anticipated ice storm. → Read More

University of Michigan drops COVID-19 vaccine requirement for some community members

U-M officials announced a revised COVID-19 vaccination policy on Monday. → Read More

Washtenaw County reports a rise in norovirus cases

Washtenaw County is seeing an uptick in cases of norovirus, commonly known as the "stomach flu." → Read More

University of Michigan’s School of Education renamed after family donates $55M

U-M's School of Education has a new name thanks to a multimillion dollar donation. → Read More

Ann Arbor schools closed Friday due to icy road conditions

Slick roads following overnight precipitation reason for AAPS closure, says district. → Read More

These kid-friendly places are open in Ann Arbor on President’s Day

Here's what's open for families on President's Day in Ann Arbor. → Read More

TEDxUofM speaker event returns to Ann Arbor campus on Friday

Here's how you can get tickets for the 2023 TEDx@UofM. → Read More

University of Michigan to hold vigil for Michigan State students in Ann Arbor

A vigil will take place on Wednesday evening on U-M's campus in honor of the Michigan State Community impacted by Monday's deadly shootings. → Read More

University of Michigan announces schedule, speakers for presidential inauguration

Several events surrounding the U-M presidential inauguration are free and open to the public. → Read More