This week's most popular news stories on AnnArbor.com
Here's a roundup of this week's most-viewed news and business stories on AnnArbor.com, from Sunday to Friday afternoon.
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2. WITH GALLERY: 'It's been a mild winter' for 2 dozen homeless living in tent city near Ann Arbor: The 25 people living in Camp Take Notice showed a sunny disposition Tuesday, despite the dipping temperatures and snow covering the village.
3. Ann Arbor tops Kiplinger's list of 10 best cities for singles: Ann Arbor has been ranked among the best places to raise a family, the best cities to retire and as the smartest city in the country. It’s also the best city in America for singles, Kiplinger says.
4. Ann Arbor mayor: Take precautions after recent wave of break-ins: Ann Arbor city officials are concerned about an increase in break-ins throughout the city during the past three weeks, according to a crime alert sent out Wednesday.
5. DETROIT NEWS: Mitt Romney defends 2008 'Let Detroit Go Bankrupt' editorial in New York Times: Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney today defended the controversial New York Times op-ed he wrote in 2008 — titled "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt" — by saying President Barack Obama inappropriately protected unions during the bailout of General Motors and Chrysler.