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Past articles by Meredith:

Safely dispose of unwanted, expired medications at University of Michigan this month

Get rid of expired or unused medications at this upcoming event at the University of Michigan. → Read More

Eastbound I-94 in Ann Arbor remains closed after truck hit Liberty Road bridge

A large stretch of EB I-94 remains closed in Ann Arbor a day after a truck struck an overpass. → Read More

Wynton Marsalis, Mary Sue Coleman, others recommended for honorary U-M degrees at spring commencement

Four leaders in the arts, education, music and philanthropy have been nominated to receive honorary degrees at University of Michigan's spring commencement. → Read More

Juried spring craft show returns to Saline on March 18

Browse a wide array of handmade specialty items at the upcoming Saline Craft Show. → Read More

Play portraying life of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg coming to Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater

Award-winning actress Michelle Azar will portray Ginsburg on the stage. → Read More

Police: Woman sexually assaulted at Ann Arbor apartment complex

A woman said she was attacked on Tuesday night by an unknown man. → Read More

High schooler struck by car in Ann Arbor while crossing intersection

A 16-year-old girl was struck in an intersection on Wednesday in the neighborhood next to Pioneer High School. → Read More

Police: University of Michigan student struck by car in hit-and-run in Ann Arbor

A University of Michigan student was struck by a car while trying to cross the street in Ann Arbor on Monday. → Read More

‘Nothing is impossible.’ Syrian immigrant living in Ann Arbor accepted to 12 medical schools

A4 has been following Lanah Almatroud's journey since 2018. → Read More

Ann Arbor police release sketch of man suspected of sexually assaulting two women

Ann Arbor police are searching for a man wanted in connection to two sexual assaults. → Read More

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, CNN anchor Chris Wallace to speak at University of Michigan on Wednesday

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will appear alongside CNN's Chris Wallace for a special event on democracy and the press. → Read More

Here’s the full schedule for University of Michigan’s Presidential Inauguration on Tuesday

The day includes a symposium, procession and installation ceremony and a community reception. → Read More

Annual Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show returns to Ann Arbor

The 31st annual Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show returns this month. → 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

Ann Arbor’s Blue Llama Jazz Club announces women-led lineup during Women’s History Month

Celebrate Women's History Month with a star-studded lineup at Blue Llama Jazz Club in Ann Arbor. → Read More

Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit to perform at Ann Arbor’s Hill Auditorium on June 25

See Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit this summer in Ann Arbor. → Read More

University of Michigan receives $15M to continue automated, connected transportation research

Housed at U-M, CCAT will continue its work as an automated vehicle research partnership with a renewed federal grant. → Read More

Eastern Michigan University announces new mental health initiative supporting students of color

A new support group aims to provide support to BIPOC students who struggle with anxiety, depression or other mental health issues. → Read More

These guided nature walks in Ann Arbor are free this season

Matthaei Botanical Gardens is offering free nature walks to the community through April. → Read More

Lawton Elementary in Ann Arbor closed Tuesday due to power outage

Lawton Elementary is without power, AAPS officials said. → Read More