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An apartment complex, located at 1427 Leforge Road, was the location of a shooting that occurred Sept. 6 around 10:15 p.m.
Ypsilanti Mayor Beth Bashert and City Manager Frances McMullan hear from members of the community at the city's first public input meeting on gun violence July 23.
Ypsilanti Police Chief Tony DeGiusti addressed the audience at the July 23 public input meeting discussing gun violence.
Resources for students facing housing instability are lacking at Eastern Michigan University.
Ramone Williams, who was homeless from 2015 to 2016 while attending EMU, would sometimes sleep in the library. All buildings on campus were locked during winter break, leaving some students with no place to go.
Ramone Williams used his grandmother as motivation to finish his college education. However, unable to pay for his tuition and rent, Williams became homeless for one year.
Swoops Pantry, located inside Pierce Hall, is the only resource available on campus to assist students facing financial difficulties.
The building, located at 206-210 Washington St., will become an affordable housing unit with a focus on senior citizens.
April Austin, a legally blind EMU student, is seeking donations for a stem cell transplant that could stop multiple sclerosis in it’s tracks. The condition leaves her with many health complications while she raises her autistic son, Jacob.
Ypsilanti City Councilman Anthony Morgan addresses the audience at the Y-Town S.W.A.G. Kickoff event on July 10.
Local businesses and organizations lined the streets for Ypsi Pride on Friday, June 7.
The crowd at Pearl Stage for Ypsi Pride on Friday, June 7.
Unicorn Feed & Supply, one of the main sponsors for Ypsi Pride, was decked out in rainbow on Friday, June 7.
Holly Ferrise, an Ypsilanti resident, gets glitter sprinkled into her hair at Ypsi Pride on Friday, June 7. Ferrise, who comes to Ypsi Pride every year, said what she enjoys the most are the burlesque shows and rainbow tacos.
The music group Child Sleep performed several 80s hits as well as their own original music at Ypsi Pride on Friday, June 7.
Ann Arbor resident Kitty Kouture is apart of PopArt Drag that performed at Ypsi Pride on Friday, June 7.
People carrying pride flags filled the streets of Ypsilanti on Friday, June 7.
Hannah Arnold, Sam Sox, Mia Parra and Evelynn Harvey wore pride flags on Friday, June 7 to celebrate Ypsi Pride.