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Ypsilanti is located in southeastern Michigan, six miles east of Ann Arbor. It is named in honor of Demetrius Ypsilanti, a hero in the Greek War of Independence. A bust of Demetrius Ypsilanti stands between a Greek and US flag at the base of the Ypsilanti Water Tower, a local landmark. The official name of Ypsilanti is usually shortened by locals to "Ypsi."

Population: 22362
Local Newspapers: Ypsilanti Courier Ypsilanti Press
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Shock Detroit Tigers
Local Colleges: Eastern Michigan University Washtenaw Community College

Zip Codes associated with ypsilanti, michigan: 48197 48198
Towns/Cities near ypsilanti, michigan : Ann Arbor Belleville Saline Willow Run Romulus Canton Milan

Ypsilanti News
Ann Arbor SPARK's A2 Tech Trek 2017 Set for June 16

Following the all-new Tech Talk from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., leading technology companies will participate in the third annual A2 Tech Trek on June 16, 2017, from 3 to 7 p.m. A2 Tech Trek, a free event, features open houses at downtown Ann Arbor's technology companies and organizations. Ann Arbor SPARK, with support from the Michigan Economic Development Corp, Ann Arbor/ Ypsilanti SmartZone , and Each stop on the trek will create a fun, educational experience that reflects their unique culture and demonstrates their product or service.

Job fairs across southeast Michigan seek applicants, military veterans

Five job fairs across southeastern Michigan are looking for a few good men and women to fill numerous job positions, with priority given to military veterans. Michigan Works! Southeast is hosting the second annual Hiring Blitz in partnership with Veterans Community Action Teams of Region 9. Job fair locations include Hillsdale, Jackson, Adrian, Howell and Ypsilanti and stretch across a four-day period.

Farm + Ferment acquires Arbor Brewing Company, plans Ypsi brewery expansion

The Arbor Brewing Company officially announced the sale of the company to Farm + Ferment, a group of Michigan-based hospitality businesses that includes Bigalora Wood Fired Cucina. As we reported on Monday , Bigalora's owners - now revealed to be Farm + Ferment - planned to buy ABC's North American operations.

Neighborhood Theatre Group to Premiere New Musical Dispatches from the Dumb Decade

Neighborhood Theatre Group is workshopping their newest musical Dispatches from the Decade by local playwright A.M. Dean, with music arranged by the NTG House Band, June 2-4 at Bona Sera Underground in downtown Ypsilanti. Performance times are June 2 at 8pm, June 3 at 2pm and 8pm, and June 4 at 2pm.

South Korea building world's largest test site for self-driving cars

South Korea plans to open the world's largest test site for self-driving cars in October, government officials said. K-City, an 88-acre site, is under construction and will provide testing ground as large as a city, according the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure & Transport said.

Sources: Bigalora's owners to buy Arbor Brewing Company

A deal is in the works for the owners of the Neapolitan-style pizza company Bigalora to buy the Arbor Brewing Company's entire US operation. The latter runs the ABC BrewPub in Ann Arbor, the ABC Microbrewery in Ypsilanti, and distributes statewide.

Historical markers acknowledge site of segregated Ypsilanti housing

A dark side of Ypsilanti's history is being acknowledged Friday afternoon with the unveiling of historical markers at the site of Parkridge Homes. Officials from the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office planned to unveil three markers during a ceremony from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, May 5 at the Parkridge Community Center, 591 Armstrong Drive, in Ypsilanti.

Bedtime stories are great for young readers. But expert says parents could do more.

Stateside's conversation with Nell Duke, a professor at the University of Michigan School of Education and author of "Beyond Bedtime Stories: A Parent's Guide to Promoting Reading, Writing and Other Literacy Skills from Birth to Five." So what are some good ways parents can teach their children to make reading a central part of their lives? Nell Duke 's book Beyond Bedtime Stories: A Parent's Guide to Promoting Reading, Writing and Other Literacy Skills from Birth to Five has plenty of ideas.

The Twin Cities' 5 must-see art exhibitions this weekend

Has spring sprung? Nobody really knows, but certainly there are a good deal of squirrels out and about in the parks, mating wildly. In art news, there are plenty of shows opening and people getting out to them.

Dine for Dollars, Support Fight Against HIV

HIV Health and Beyond will hold its 22nd Annual Dining for Dollars fundraising dinner, silent auction and strolling raffle at a new location this year - The Ann Arbor City Club. Join community supporters for a night of festivities at 6 p.m. on May 17 at 1830 Washtenaw Ave. The event features a fabulous dinner prepared by executive chef Nathan Ennis and a chance to win prizes in a fun-filled strolling raffle and silent auction.

Voters approve funding for schools, reject wind farms

Voters approved funding for schools in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and Kent County. Proposals for wind farms in Huron County were defeated.

Michigan pro day visit opens eyes to Pat O'Connor, Lions pick from Eastern Michigan

A visit to University of Michigan's pro day last month certainly didn't hurt the Eastern Michigan defensive end's exposure entering the 2017 NFL draft. "He showed up at the Michigan pro day where I was and he went from an undrafted player to a guy where a bunch of guys were watching," NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock said, moments after it was announced that the Lions completed their draft class with the 6-foot-4, 270-pounder who was an unheralded recruit from Chicago.

First county issued ID card in Midwest proving popular with immigrants

In the past two years, Washtenaw County IDs have opened doors to health care, banking and other public services for people who otherwise wouldn't have access to them. The county issued ID - which is available to any Washtenaw County resident - has been especially beneficial for immigrants, people who are homeless and people re-entering society after being incarcerated, who may not have another type of government-issued ID, said Keta Cowan, CEO of Synod Community Services in Ypsilanti and chair of the Washtenaw ID task force .

Eastern Michigan students get leadership awards from Detroit NAACP

Eastern Michigan students Jaren Johnson and Darius Anthony received leadership awards at the NAACP's annual Freedom Fund Dinner Sunday, April 23. Johnson, the president of the EMU Black Student Union this past year; and Anthony, president of the EMU Student Branch of the NAACP, received the Great Expectation Award, joining California Congresswoman Maxine Waters , who received a lifetime achievement award. Photo provided l Monica Morgan and Andre Smith YPSILANTI, MI - A pair of Eastern Michigan University students were honored with leadership awards from the Detroit NAACP for their work in advancing the cause of justice this past school year in the wake of racist vandalism found on campus.

MDOT seeks input on $15 million road plan for U.S. 12 in Ypsilanti

The Michigan Department of Transportation is hosting an open house Thursday, April 27 in Ypsilanti to discuss upcoming construction on U.S. 12 and Wiard Road. The public is invited to attend the open house from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Ypsilanti Community Utility Authority, 2777 State, to speak with MDOT staff and contractors about the construction project.

First Spirit of Michigan's Own Awards set for April 29

The first Spirit of Michigan's Own Awards will take place Saturday, April 29, at the Horizons Conference Center, 6200 State St. The event is held by members of the Michigan's Military and Space Heroes Museum. The inaugural honorees are recent Medal of Honor recipient, retired Lt.

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