The new installation moves Ypsi closer to its goal of generating 1,000 megawatts of energy from renewable sources.
The purchase of the former Willow Run plant moves the American Center for Mobility closer to opening its test facility next year, but automakers want it even sooner.
Citizens will get a say in which of three public art pieces will grace Stadium Boulevard as part of a major reconstruction project beginning this month.
A feasibility study launched last year estimates how many riders would use such a service and its approximate cost.
A new dog park at Broadway Park is the city's first in nine years – but there's still demand from owners.
A closer look at the possible return of a downtown "loop" service, the first of its kind in seven years.
Tentatively scheduled to open next fall, the school would replace the School of Natural Resources and the Environment.
The affordable studio space currently hosts 16 artists and five new ones are on the way.
The Michigan Theater Foundation is turning to the public to raise the remaining $2.3 million of its $8.5 million theater overhaul.
Plans for an Amtrak stop in Ypsilanti have been submitted to city council, but an effort to bring passenger rail service back to Depot Town still faces an uphill climb.
Special bus service to the Big House will return this Saturday and the transit provider's website will also sport a fresh look this week.
The program closed on its 50th project in Webster Township, just after the 10th anniversary of its first project.
The 8,000-square-foot gallery in McKinley Towne Centre will replace the Work and Slusser galleries.
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.