A $200,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan will help make redistributed food more usable.
The popular Ypsilanti breakfast and lunch spot is expanding this fall, with a new production kitchen for catering and a banquet space for private events to open in a building across North Washington Street from the existing cafe.
What would it take to get passenger rail service between Ann Arbor and Traverse City up and running, and how much use would it get? Those are a couple of the big questions a Traverse City advocacy group hopes to answer after a recently announced feasibility study is completed.
An ordinance that would allow the addition of granny flats, technically known as accessory dwelling units, to single-family homes in the city of Ann Arbor has been recommended for approval by the city's Planning Commission
The nearly 100-year-old Michigan Union is set to undergo $85 million in upgrades, the most extensive work done on the building since its construction.
The Michigan Theater Foundation has big plans for the State Theatre, and they start with a major renovation of the historic building early this fall.
Bob Roberts and Sean McShane liked going to a bar in Ypsilanti so much that they took it over and turned it into one of their own.
Workers have begun construction on the North Oaks of Ann Arbor subdivision. The development calls for nearly 500 new homes on the north side of Ann Arbor over the next decade.
The first residents of The Mark are set to move into their new condos in downtown Ann Arbor later this week. And inquiries for open units keep coming in. Sadly, all seven units were sold before construction even began.
111 S. Main has stood empty for about 25 years. A full gut rehab begins next week, with an expectation that six months from now downtown will get another 12,000 sq. ft. of office space.
The Ann Arbor Art Center is looking for a few good artists to pitch ideas that will fundamentally change the way people see Stadium Boulevard.
What was once a Farmer Jack is becoming a movie theater. Troy-based Emagine Entertainment is working to turn the former Saline grocery store on E Michigan Ave into a nine-screen multiplex.
Ypsilanti recently installed a 24-foot-by-11-foot mural on the side of its City Hall. It depicts local landmarks, community references, historical figures and a rubber ducky.
From bike to brick and mortar. Go! Ice Cream is set to open a shop in downtown Ypsi. Just in time to beat the summer heat!
Ann Arbor was the first town that came to mind when Blaze Pizza first targeted Michigan for its franchises. Now the fast-casual pizza joint is in the midst of opening its first location in Tree Town.