Wed, 07/19/2006 - 10:47am by amy
...a little something for everyone: [b:1268343|Civilisation] (1969), Sir Kenneth Clark's landmark 13-part examination of Western culture, is finally here to replace our dusty, damaged VHS set. Or maybe your taste runs more along the lines of [b:1270785|Gilmore Girls]? If you want local events and politics, we have plenty, including several [t:Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Reads Event|Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Reads Events], two [t:A2D2|public lectures on urban development in Ann Arbor] sponsored by the [http://www.ci.ann-arbor.mi.us/downtownA2/downtown.html|Downtown Development Strategy Steering Committee]. And finally, there's [a:Zingermans|Zingerman]'s February demonstration and tasting program for [b:1270333|Chocolate Lovers!]
Wed, 09/07/2005 - 9:34am by Van
Look up property in the city of Ann Arbor to find out the owner, the most recent sales price, the assessed value, the square footage, the number of rooms, the real estate taxes, how much of that tax went to support the public library, and to view a photograph of the house.
You can also search for comparables with sales within a certain time period, range of sales price, and range of square footage.
Wed, 08/31/2005 - 10:08am by Van
Searchable death records from 1960 to the present and searchable marriage records from 1965 to the present can be found on the Washtenaw County Clerk/Register's Office website.
The Ann Arbor District Library (Second Floor of the Downtown Library) has the Ann Arbor News on microfilm. You can search for an obituary using the date of the death as a starting date. If there is an obituary, you will usually find it within the first two or three days after the date of death.
The Ann Arbor News keeps obituaries online for the past 180 days.