Discover local sustainable businesses during Ann Arbor’s Green Fare

Ann Arbor will introduce a new annual event during A2Zero Week called Green Fare, and highlight businesses that are environmentally sustainable in different ways. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/05/discover-local-sustainable-businesses-during-ann-arbors-green-fare.html

Clarivate set to acquire Ann Arbor’s ProQuest in $5.3 billion deal

Ann Arbor’s ProQuest LLC is set to be acquired by technology firm Clarivate PLC in a $5.3 billion deal by the third quarter of 2021. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/05/clarivate-set-to-acquire-ann-arbors-proquest-in-53-billion-deal.html

Ann Arbor’s Neutral Zone receives $2 million from Mackenzie Scott

Ann Arbor’s Neutral Zone has recently received a donation of $2 million from philanthropists Mackenzie Scott and Dan Jewett. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/06/ann-arbors-neutral-zone-receives-2-million-from-mackenzie-scott.html

Ann Arbor forum focuses on how plant-based diets can help the environment

A2Zero Climate Action Plan is urging Ann Arbor residents to eat more plant-based meals to help the city go carbon neutral by 2030. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/02/ann-arbor-forum-focuses-on-how-plant-based-diets-can-help-the-environment.html

Local Eats: Ann Arbor’s Sottini’s Sub Shop revealed three new sandwiches during COVID

Sottini’s Sub Shop in Ann Arbor has added three new sandwiches to its menu in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/06/local-eats-ann-arbors-sottinis-sub-shop-revealed-three-new-sandwiches-during-covid.html

Ypsilanti seeks power to ban long guns and open carry in city hall

 The Ypsilanti City Council is requesting the Michigan Legislature allow municipalities to ban long guns and open carry in local governmental buildings. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/01/ypsilanti-seeks-power-to-ban-long-guns-and-open-carry-in-city-hall.html

Ypsilanti updates guidelines to exempt property tax for those in poverty

As residents continue to feel the financial burden from the COVID-19 pandemic, Ypsilanti has adopted new guidelines for their Poverty Tax Exemption Policy on Feb. 16. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/02/ypsilanti-updates-guidelines-to-exempt-property-tax-for-those-in-poverty.html

Mobile meth lab suspected in cause of fire that injured Jackson County man, police said

A 36-year-old Jackson County man was injured Tuesday in a vehicle fire police said they suspect was caused by the illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/jackson/2021/04/mobile-meth-lab-suspected-in-cause-of-fire-that-injured-jackson-county-man-police-said.html

Albanian man is free after living in Detroit church for three years to avoid deportation

Ded Rranxburgaj can live freely again after seeking sanctuary from deportation at a Detroit church for over three years. Please click the link to be directed to the article: https://www.mlive.com/news/2021/05/albanian-man-is-free-after-living-in-detroit-church-for-three-years-to-avoid-deportation.html