‘Tis the season for film! With all those fancy Hollywood film celebrations happening, we thought we could shine a light on what’s going on in our community… so film fans, rejoice! CBS 62 is here for you, once again.
Authorities say a landlord trying to thaw frozen pipes with a welder started a fire at the home of two elderly Ann Arbor residents.
NovoDynamics Inc., a company that has attracted an investment from the CIA, introduced version 1.1 of its NovoImage+ automated image enhancement software.
A popular Ann Arbor eatery was the site of a “working lunch” Thursday to talk about how to help the “working poor.”
The Ann Arbor online information and database publisher ProQuest has introduced a new release of Literature Online, the world’s largest literary research resource.
Imagine Jay-Z’s “Big Pimpin’,” Lil Jon’s “Get Low,” and “Root Down” by the Beastie Boys…played in the style of folk music. Awesome, right?
Software expert Bill Wagner, who sold his SRT Solutions software development business to Grand Rapids-based Atomic Object last year, has launched his next venture — software training.
Portal Architects Inc. announced the general market availability of version 2.7 of its SkySync cloud file storage software.
National health care price increases and spending increases remain near historic lows, according to the Ann Arbor-based Altarum Institute.
It’ll be a culture clash as the worlds of hockey and Star Wars come together Saturday in Ann Arbor.