Judge Dismisses Body Disposal Charge Against Ypsilanti Crematory OwnerA judge has dismissed a charge of improperly disposing of a body that was filed against the owner of a crematory in Ypsilanti.
'I see hope': Ypsilanti Nonprofit Offering Second Chance To Those Formerly Incarcerated Through FarmingA Michigan nonprofit is taking an unusual approach to help people who were formerly behind bars by offering them a chance to learn about farming.
Non-Motorized Transportation Improvements To Ypsilanti Streets This SummerThe City of Ypsilanti has partnered with St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor and Washtenaw Area Transportation Study (WATS) to research methods to reduce traffic speed on city streets and improve safety for pedestrians and bicyclists throughout the city.
29-Year-Old Woman Charged In Deaths Of 2 Road Workers Near YpsilantiRyann Musselman appeared in court Monday on charges of operating while intoxicated causing death.
Lois Allen-Richardson Sworn In As New Mayor Of YpsilantiThe city of Ypsilanti is under new leadership following former Mayor Beth Bashert’s comments that many felt were racist.
Ypsilanti Businesses Get Approval to Use Sidewalks and StreetsWith the shutting down of restaurants and other businesses from COVID-19, an idea is catching on nationwide to help jumpstart businesses in downtown districts amid social distancing guidelines.
AG Nessel Warns President Trump To Wear A Mask During Ford Plant TourMichigan’s Attorney General Dana Nessel is warning President Donald Trump to wear a mask and follow health guidelines during his scheduled visit at a Ford plant in Ypsilanti Thursday.
President Donald Trump To Visit Michigan Ford Plant ThursdayPresident Donald Trump is scheduled to visit a Ford plant in Ypsilanti according to a White House official.
Ypsilanti Cancels Summer Beer FestivalThe festival joins a growing list of events that have been canceled this summer in Washtenaw County as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ypsilanti's Kid Jay: Positively AmazingPositivity, Not Profanity Is The Message Kid Jay Is Bringing To The Mix
The Farm At St. Joe's Wants You To 'Be Well'Eating healthy obviously has its benefits, but eating healthy can also be expensive. Which often makes it a challenge for those less fortunate. The Farm at St. Joe's is making a difference by providing healthy foods to those in need. The program is aimed at reducing childhood obesity by giving low-income families access to fresh produce.