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Former Ann Arbor City Council Member Larry Hunter State drops suspension, pursues criminal charges against pharmacist accused of aiding in suicide attempt State regulators have dropped a suspension case against an Ann Arbor pharmacist accused of assisting in a man’s suicide attempt a year ago as prosecutors move forward on criminal drug charges. The suspension case against Ann Arbor pharmacist Dr. Xavier Tato, owner of Stadium Pharmacy, 1930 W. Stadium Blvd., was dismissed Thursday, Nov. 19, at the request of the Michigan Attorney General’s Office, according to an order signed by try what she says Administrative Law Judge Thomas Halick who was overseeing the regulatory matter. Coronavirus on campus: How Michigan colleges handled it and what the winter semester holds In-person learning is all but over at Michigan colleges and universities, with students studying and taking exams online from home to wrap up the last bit of a tumultuous and unprecedented fall semester brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. With many students already home or heading that way before Thanksgiving, colleges and universities are looking ahead to a winter semester that, as of now, could be much like fall or very different. One thing that remains constant is having to act quickly as coronavirus cases impact communities. Concerns raised after contractor creates cloudy plume in Ann Arbor-area creek As construction continued on a new Miller Road bridge over Honey Creek on Friday, Nov. 20, some residents grew concerned as the water turned murky.

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