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Ypsilanti, Michigan is located in Washtenaw County. Zip codes in Ypsilanti, MI include 48197, and 48198. The median home price in Ypsilanti is $125,000 which is roughly $81/per square foot. More Ypsilanti information.

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Ypsilanti Community Schools explores demolition, reuse of 6 vacant former schools

Ypsilanti Community Schools officials are trying to figure out what to do with vacant former schools like Chapelle Elementary. (Tom Perkins The merger of the former Ypsilanti Public Schools and Willow Run Community School District into one has left the new, larger district with some extra real estate.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

MLive.com

Two arrested after early morning armed robbery near EMU campus

Ypsilanti police arrested two suspects early Friday morning near the 100 block of College Place in connection with the armed robbery of three 19-year-old men earlier that morning. According to a report, police responded to the 100 block of College Place at about 12:30 a.m., and the alleged victims said two suspects approached them.

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MLive.com

Huge salt price increases will squeeze road budgets across Michigan

We've checked with counterparts in Ohio and they're looking at $80, $90, or even $100 a ton. So it could be a lot worse.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014
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Early childhood education has great potential

James Heckman, an American economist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics in 2000, stated: "We cannot afford to postpone investing in children until they become adults, nor can we wait until they reach school age - a time when it may be too late to intervene." When children enter school with a learning deficit, they often fall victim to the Grade 4 reading slump.

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MLive.com

Report: Center Health Center hopes to raise money to help fund community block party Saturday

A block party will be held Saturday in downtown Ypsilanti to benefit the Corner Health Center the Ypsilanti Courier reported . The Rock the Block community block party aims to raise $5,000 by Saturday to help offset the cost of hosting the block party via sponsorships and a crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo.

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MLive.com

The Tap Room: an Ypsilanti neighborhood bar with a long history

You get a sense of the Tap Room's history before you even set foot in the bar. Located on the corner of Michigan Ave. and Washington St. in downtown Ypsilanti, you can see the bar's retro neon sign with a bubbling martini glass from way down the block.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

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MLive.com

'They lost everything': Residents, business owner regroup after Ypsilanti fire

Frank Dodd, the owner of Frank D's barber shop in Ypsilanti says significant smoke and water damage may make it difficult for him to reopen following a fire in the upstairs of the building located at 209 Pearl St. Matt Durr Robert Anderson was sitting in his room playing video games when he heard a pounding on his door. A neighbor told him the building he lived in, located at 209 Pearl St. in Ypsilanti, was on fire.

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MLive.com

Multiple vehicles spray painted in Ypsilanti

Vandals damaged multiple vehicles in the 300 block of East Michigan Avenue in Ypsilanti Wednesday, according to a crime report. Ypsilanti police Lt.

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MLive.com

Fire damages downtown Ypsilanti building

Around 1 a.m. firefighters were working to extinguish a fire at 209 Pearl St., where Frank D's barbershop is located. At least eight fire trucks from Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor were on scene, as well as multiple Ypsilanti police vehicles and Huron Valley Ambulance crews.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Westland Observer

People get fit in drop-in aerobics class in Garden CityPeople get fit ...

People get fit in drop-in aerobics class in Garden City Getting fitness costs just $3 a session for a morning aerobics class in Garden City. Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/news/local/garden-city/2014/09/11/garden-city-aerobics-maplewood-lenise-exercise-ball/15385883/ Lenise Smith has a message for the ladies in her morning aerobics class at the Maplewood Center: Use vacuuming as an exercise.

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The Eastern Echo

Feminist Fest has successful turnout

Eastern Michigan University's first annual Feminist Fest featured appearances from different local and national organizations and companies involved in women's interest. Students floated in and out of the Grand Ballroom on the second floor of the Student Center for the first annual Feminist Fest.

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CBS Local

Toyota: Automated Cars Won't Be Driverless Cars

As the auto industry looks to bring some automated driving to the roads in the next few years, don't get the idea that you can just check out, and leave the driving to your car. "Toyota's main objective is safety, so they will not be developing a driverless car," said Sago Kuzumaki, Toyota's Chief Technology Officer.

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MLive.com

33 items headed to Washtenaw County's final tax foreclosure auction; $1M in property sold so far

The building at 301 N. East St. in Chelsea is headed to tax foreclosure auction Friday with a minimum bid of $5,000, down from $118,454 during the first auction this summer. Washtenaw County sold 41 auction items for a total of $1,008,216 during its first four tax foreclosure auctions of the year.

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The Detroit News

High school friends join forces for Jaded Incorporated

Jaded Incorporated's homecoming show Saturday night at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor has been a long time in the making.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Westland Observer

Canton man, woman injured in separate accidentsCanton man, woman...

Canton man, woman injured in separate accidents A Canton man and a Canton woman were hospitalized after separate accidents Monday evening. Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/news/local/canton/2014/09/09/canton-residents-injured/15324027/ Canton Police are investigating a pair of Monday evening accidents they say left a 32-year-old man and a 77-year-old woman hospitalized in critical conditions.

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MLive.com

Some bus routes still lack permanent drivers in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti

About 20 school bus routes in Ann Arbor don't have a permanent driver in the second week of school, according to officials with the Washtenaw Intermediate School District. The WISD's transportation department has not stopped hiring drivers since the start of the school year - but a number of routes both for Ann Arbor Public Schools and Ypsilanti Community Schools are still without drivers.

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MLive.com

Ypsilanti Community Schools strikes three-year contract with newly formed teachers union

Ypsilanti Community High School English teacher Amanda McMurray staples a poster into place as she arranges her classroom on Wednesday, August 28, 2013. As classes pick back up during YCS' second year, teachers are now covered by a collective bargaining agreement.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

MLive.com

Pretrial hearing set for EMU football players accused of beating cousin of Demarius Reed's killer

Darius Scott, Quincy Jones and Jairockeis Jones all appeared at the 14A-2 District Court in Ypsilanti Monday for a pretrial hearing in front of Judge Kirk W. Tabbey, who assigned them separate lawyers and set a new pretrial date. The men, who will all appear in court at 10 a.m. Oct. 29, are co-defendants in the case.

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The Eastern Echo

Parking Headache

The early bird catches the worm, and for Eastern Michigan University students commuting to campus, the "worm" is parking spaces. On Wednesday at 4 p.m., on the north side of campus, Oakwood Street was packed with cars as students were making their way in or out of parking lots.

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