“Partnership agrees to sponsor a Fiscal Justice Analysis.” In 2023, the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation was awarded a grant from the Council of Michigan Foundations from their Statewide Equity Fund, a $2 million CMF member-driven pooled fund aimed at providing the infrastructure needed to help shape incoming American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and other federal dollars toward equity-centered approaches to advance economic prosperity in communities. The funding, which went to five (5) pilot sites
“Arbor South” will bring 1,000 residential units to under-served housing market, among retail, office, entertainment and hospitality usesANN ARBOR, Mich., January 10, 2024 — Ann Arbor, Mich.-based real estate services company Oxford Companies, together with Crawford Hoying, a full-service provider of each aspect of real estate development, management, construction and sales out of Dublin, Ohio, today announced plans for Arbor South, a 20-acre, mixed-use development in Ann Arbor’s south side. Oxford
The Takács Quartet returns with a new UMS co-commission byNokuthula Endo Ngwenyama The Philadelphia Orchestra closes the mainstage season with twodifferent programs UMS Returns to the Ypsilanti Freighthouse Ann Arbor, MI (February 21 , 2024) — The University Musical Society (UMS) brings its 145th season to a close with several captivating performances. The second weekend of April brings The Takács Quartet, a perennial UMS favorite, returning with a program that nods to the
Accounting Aid Society and we have a new tax site location at EMU where we offer free tax preparation services to people with an income of $64,000 or less.
The 2024 Small Business Fair is designed to connect the new and start-up entrepreneurs with the resources to help them launch their business successfully. WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI., February 13th, 2023 – The Washtenaw County Office of Community and Economic Development is hosting their second annual Small Business and Procurement Fair next month on Friday, March 15th. This year’s fair will connect local entrepreneurs with resources to help their business flourish. The fair is for anyone interested in
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Begins Saturday February 17, 2024 WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – All Washtenaw County voters have the option to vote early in-person prior to every major election, starting with the February 27, 2024 Presidential Primary. Early Voting sites will be open for 8 hours each day starting Saturday, February 17 and through Sunday, February 25, 2024, including on the weekends. These sites will also be open for early voting during all other state and federal elections to be held this year. Voters must visit one of
Washtenaw County Racial Equity Officer Appointed by the Michigan Supreme Court to the Judiciary’s Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Ann Arbor, MI- Alize Asberry Payne, the Equity Officer for Washtenaw County government, has been appointed to the Michigan Supreme Court’s Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Michigan Judiciary. The partial term, effective January 1, 2024, ends on December 31, 2025. Asberry Payne fills the seat representing the Michigan Association of Counties (MAC). The Commission was established in 2022 by judicial order. Asberry Payne joins a group of 24 esteemed judges, attorneys and community
ANN ARBOR, Michigan, Jan. 30, 2024 — Celebrating a city’s 200th anniversary is not an everyday event. Thanks to the community and the Ann Arbor Bicentennial Committee, dozens of fun, unifying and meaningful activities are planned throughout 2024. Here’s what’s happening in February. Sunday, Feb. 4, 2–3:30 p.m., Screening Room, Michigan Theatre (603 E. Liberty St.) Premiere of There Goes the Neighborhood: The Closing of the Jones SchoolJoin the Ann Arbor District Library and 7 Cylinders Studio (7CS)
Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra to Perform on Sunday, February 25 at Lincoln High School Featuring Guest Artists Eliot Heaton and John Madison
CONDUCTED BY MUSIC DIRECTOR ADAM C. RICCINTO Join the YSO for an exciting concert of classical masterworks, joined by renowned artists Eliot Heaton (violin) and John Madison (viola) YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN, January 9, 2024— Music Director Adam C. Riccinto and the Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra (YSO) continue celebrating their 25th season as the orchestra takes the stage at the Lincoln High School Performing Arts Center for a concert of classical favorites on Sunday, February 25 at 3:30 p.m. The orchestra will
WASHTENAW COUNTY – Washtenaw County’s summer youth employment program is seeking local employers and professionals to provide paid internships and mentorship to teens and young adults. Since 2016, SummerWorks has offered 10-week paid summer internships to young adults ages 16 to 24 who live in Washtenaw County. In the past, the summer youth employment program has facilitated about 80 internship placements each year, and this year the program aims to grow to 130 internship placements. “We continue to
ANN ARBOR, Michigan, Jan. 23, 2024 — Celebrating a city’s 200th anniversary is not an everyday event. Thanks to the community and the Ann Arbor Bicentennial Committee, dozens of fun, unifying and meaningful activities are planned throughout 2024. In addition to celebrations, several projects have been chosen, either by the committee or city, to allow the community to contribute to a piece of Ann Arbor that will transcend 2024 and create a legacy for future Ann Arborites to enjoy. “Two hundred years