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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.
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.
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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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.
Vandals damaged multiple vehicles in the 300 block of East Michigan Avenue in Ypsilanti Wednesday, according to a crime report. Ypsilanti police Lt.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 03:55 am
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