Ypsilanti

Hundreds of Ypsilanti residents filled the city’s high school auditorium Monday night for a community forum on policing and violence.

 

 

Ralph Lange Resigns As Ypsilanti City Manager

Jul 9, 2016
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Ypsilanti officials announced the retirement of City Manager Ralph Lange, effective August 5.

 

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Ypsilanti continues to sell city-owned vacant lots for $1,000 to help bring in tax revenue. 

 


Ypsilanti officials are pushing to convince voters to pass a 2.3 mil on the August ballot to pay down debt on Water Street.

 

 

There's A New Mural In Downtown Ypsilanti

Jun 22, 2016
Amanda LeClaire

Ypsilanti's City Hall building has a new addition. It's an 11' by 22' mural designed by local artist Jermaine Dickerson.

 

 


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President Barack Obama has announced he will award retired Lieutenant Colonel Charles S. Kettles the Medal of Honor.  The award comes nearly 50-years after  the act of "conspicuous gallantry" took place. Kettles will receive the award for service in the U-S Army at the White House on July 18th. . 

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Ypsilanti City Council members will vote later today on the city’s budget for the next fiscal year.


Ypsilanti City Council Will Vote On Budget Tuesday

Jun 20, 2016
City of Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti City Council members will meet tomorrow to vote on the city’s budget for next fiscal year.


Jorge Avellan

An Ypsilanti Kroger store re-opened on June 15th, and its improvements are expected to help the local economy. 

 


City of Ypsilanti

Ypsilanti City Council is set to approve a new budget next week.  

 

 

Ypsilanti officials want to hear residents’ concerns about the Water Street Redevelopment Project.


 

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Renovation of Ypsilanti's historic Freighthouse has hit some obstacles.   


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Ypsilanti City Council will discuss funding additional soil tests for the Water Street Redevelopment site.

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Red Cross volunteers are helping residents of an Ypsilanti apartment complex find housing after a fire.

 

Jessica Webster, Lisa Barry
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In our next edition of Art and Soul, we're joined by Jessica Webster, statewide life and culture reporter for MLive Media Group. She's also the host of "The In Crowd"  on 89.1 WEMU (heard Sunday afternoons from 3:00-5:00pm).

Spring has sprung and change is in the air. We're already salivating at all the great options being offered across southeast Michigan this summer. Check out what's going on around town.


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Ypsilanti is moving closer to having a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone in the city.

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Many people have misconceptions about police and what they do.

To help clear up some of those issues, many local law enforcement agencies, including the Ypsilanti Police Department, give people a chance to travel with an officer and see what they do first hand in a 'ride along.'

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Ypsilanti officials met with Depot Town residents to hear concerns over a plan to close two streets in the neighborhood to build the city's first passenger rail stop in decades. 

 

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The last of Ypsilanti’s historic Southside housing developments will soon be torn down and rebuilt.

Comic Con

 Ypsilanti will be filled with superheroes this Saturday thanks to the its first Comic Con convention.

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The Michigan Department of Transportation has approved a passenger rail stop in Ypsilanti.

Through a pilot program called "The SMART Project", Eastern Michigan University is educating students and staff on how to avoid becoming a victim of sexual assault and how to report it. 


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 Ypsilanti City Council members will take a step forward tonight in creating a Neighborhood Economic Zone, or NEZ, in the city.


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The line began forming early today, and the rally is still hours away.  Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is bringing his presidential campaign to Ypsilanti today.  His "Future To Believe In Rally at Eastern Michigan University" gets underway at 2:30 this afternoon.  Doors to the EMU Convocation Center will open at 12:30. The event is free and open to the public, on a first come, first serve basis.  Sanders is making the Michigan appearance in advance of the March 8th presidential primary election.  The Independent is running for the Democratic nomination against former U.S. Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton

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