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About: ypsilanti, michigan

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
Shooter acted in self defense, officials say

Criminal charges have been denied for a man who shot another man in the leg and groin at his ex-girlfriend's home. Shooter acted in self defense, faces no charges, officials say Criminal charges have been denied for a man who shot another man in the leg and groin at his ex-girlfriend's home.

Unmarked bus tried to pick up kids in Ypsilanti

A metro Detroit school district has issued a warning after an unmarked school bus tried to pick up kids on Thursday morning. According to Van Buren Public Schools, the unmarked bus was seen stopping in the West Willow neighborhood in Ypsilanti Township trying to pick up students.

Change of Leadership at UNIFIED - HIV Health and Beyond

HIV Health and Beyond announced Monday that President and CEO William VanHemert is leaving to take a new position with an agency in California. The news marks the second executive level defection in recent months.

Kalamazoo changes Columbus Day, keeps controversial fountain

Officials in Kalamazoo have agreed to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day instead of Columbus Day, but the city hasn't decided what to do with a statue that some say celebrates the forced removal of Native Americans. The Kalamazoo Gazette reports that the Kalamazoo City Commission approved a resolution Monday to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day on the second Monday of October every year.

Proposed Medicaid cuts 'devastating' for vulnerable people, panel says

The best way to push back against the president's proposed $700 billion cut to Medicaid funding in 2018 is to emphasize the personal impact of the reductions. That was the message a panel of elected officials brought to people gathered Monday, Oct. 16, at the Community Alliance office in Ypsilanti to learn more about the potential changes to Medicaid.

Michigan smashes world record for Rosie the Riveter gathering

Michigan girls and women showed up in blue shirts and red bandanas to smash the world record of people dressed as Rosie the Riveter. On Saturday, Oct. 14 3,755 girls and women dressed as Rosie at the Eastern Michigan University's Convocation Center.

Ypsilanti officials questioned about who paid for 12-day trip to China

Funding for a $16,800 trip to China by four Ypsilanti city officials is threatening to unravel a $150-$300 million development proposed for the city's Water Street property. Ypsilanti City Council is investigating what the city officials knew about who paid for the overseas trip, a 12-day excursion that may have been funded by Global Capital Group LLC, the investment group behind the International Village proposal.

Detroit plans to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day next year

The Detroit News reports City Council approved a proposal Tuesday on the issue about how to mark the second Monday of October. Detroit joins five other Michigan cities that have adopted Indigenous Peoples Day, including Alpena, Ann Arbor, East Lansing, Traverse City and Ypsilanti.

Man shot in leg, scrotum at ex-girlfriend's

An Ypsilanti man was shot twice during a visit to his ex-girlfriend's house in Canton and found another man there. Man shot in leg, scrotum during visit to ex-girlfriend's house An Ypsilanti man was shot twice during a visit to his ex-girlfriend's house in Canton and found another man there.

Trip to China by Ypsilanti officials sparks city council investigation

The Ypsilanti City Council has voted to investigate how several city officials paid for a recent trip they took to China. The trip was made as the city prepares to vote a $150-$300 million housing development that would be financed primarily by Chinese investors.

Inside Ypsilanti's budding Central American food community

Irene Serrano, co-owner of Antonio's Coney Island on Washtenaw Avenue in Ypsilanti Township, says her small shop just east of Golfside Road only sells "about two" coney dogs per day. While sagging chili dog sales would seem to spell doom for a coney island, it's actually a sign of success at Antonio's.

MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid to give EMU's King celebration keynote

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Chick-fil-A at EMU attracting outsiders to new express location

Bob and Michelle Schwartz and their family made a special trip from Plymouth to Ypsilanti on Friday, Sept. 29 to surprise their daughter, Emily, with her favorite food - Chick-fil-A - on her 16th birthday.

Michigan looks to reclaim world record for largest Rosie the Riveter gathering

When more than 2,000 women and girls of all ages descended upon the former Willow Run bomber plant near Ypsilanti two years ago, wearing red bandanas and blue work clothes with sleeves rolled up, they set a world record for the largest gathering of "Rosie the Riveters" since World War II. Among those in costume were 43 of the "original Rosies," women who went to work in American factories producing munitions and war supplies critical to the Allied victory in the 1940s.

The 2018 Washtenaw Reads Title Has Been Selected

A panel of community members from Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Dexter, Milan, Northfield Township, Saline and Ypsilanti voted on the winner from two finalist titles . Without further ado, this year's title is... Homegoing follows the parallel paths of two half sisters, born into different villages in 18th century Ghana, and their descendants through eight generations: from the Gold Coast to the plantations of Mississippi, from the American Civil War to Jazz Age Harlem.

Rosie the Riveter essay contest open to K-12 students

Students in elementary through high school are invited to submit essays on how Rosie the Riveter inspires them as part of an Ypsilanti event that will attempt to set the world record for gathering the most people dressed as Rosie the Riveter in one place. Three winning essays from each school level - elementary, middle school and high school - will be selected, with cash prizes ranging from $50 to $100.

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