Ann Arbor, MI – The head of the Arts Alliance is stepping down. On Monday, Arts Alliance President Tamara Real announced her resignation, saying she needed to attend to family matters. Hear more from WEMU's Andrew Cluley.
Ann Arbor, MI – Washtenaw County Public Health has determined that norovirus was responsible for causing two-thirds of the members of a University of Michigan sorority to become ill last month. However, the source of the virus remains unknown. Hear more from WEMU's Bob Eccles.
Ann Arbor, MI – Officials with Ann Arbor's Downtown Development Authority have outlined their thoughts on how they can help facilitate the development of city-owned properties. Hear more from WEMU's Andrew Cluley.
Ypsilanti, MI – Listen to November's First Friday Focus on the Environment from WEMU. This month, the focus is on the potential effect the November 2nd elections will have on Michigan's environmental laws and policies.
Washtenaw County, MI – An effort to coordinate funding for Washtenaw County organizations providing assistance for the well-being of children and human services has taken another step forward. Washtenaw County commissioners have approved a plan to collaborate with the agencies on a coordinated funding model. Hear more from WEMU's Andrew Cluley.
Ann Arbor, MI – Ann Arbor has picked up another pair of grants to help pay for the reconstruction of the Stadium bridges over State Street and the adjacent railroad tracks. Hear more from WEMU's Andrew Cluley.
Ypsilanti, MI – Listen to this week's Issues of the Environment from WEMU. Our guest this week is one of the nation's preeminent experts on bats, Eastern Michigan University biology professor Dr. Alan Kurta.
Ypsilanti, MI – Ann Arbor's Harvest Kitchen is the recipient of a U-S Department of Agriculture grant that will allow it to move into a new building and serve more families. Hear more from WEMU's Bob Eccles.
Ypsilanti, MI – October was domestic violence awareness month, and one local organization believes its month-long effort to make more people aware of the problem was successful. Hear more from WEMU's Bob Eccles.