China’s Camel Energy to add 41 jobs with new Pittsfield Township R&D center

The battery company will invest $4.6 million in the new facility, which received a nearly $300,000 incentive from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. News from Concentrate  Read More →

Argus Farm Stop to open second location in Ann Arbor’s Burns Park

Argus owners mentored a Burns Park resident who wanted to start a market in his neighborhood, then stepped in to manage the project when he decided he wasn't in a position to open the store himself. News from Concentrate  Read More →

Is there still time to nip Ypsi’s affordability crisis in the bud?

The arrival of a few trendy, upscale businesses has recently prompted debate about changes to the character of the community – but residents will tell you the real concern is all about rents. News from Concentrate  Read More →

With firehouse solar installation, Ypsi continues rise as national solar power leader

Ypsi now narrowly beats out San Francisco for the 17th highest solar production per capita nationwide, and it has the highest solar production per capita in Michigan by far. News from Concentrate  Read More →

From child’s play to serious entertainment: How storytelling became a hot commodity in Ann Arbor

Thanks to events hosted by The Moth and the Ann Arbor Storytellers Guild – as well as one-off indie shows – more and more people are looking to connect with others by sharing (or hearing) stories in a public place. News from Concentrate  Read More →

From child’s play to serious entertainment: How storytelling became a hot commodity in Ann Arbor

Thanks to events hosted by The Moth and the Ann Arbor Storytellers Guild – as well as one-off indie shows – more and more people are looking to connect with others by sharing (or hearing) stories in a public place. News from Concentrate  Read More →

Ann Arbor Health Hacks Weekend invites broad range of participants to address barriers to care

Participants will tackle solutions to problems that prevent people from receiving appropriate care, from affordability to transportation to difficulties taking time off work. News from Concentrate  Read More →

Ann Arbor Health Hacks Weekend invites broad range of participants to address barriers to care

Participants will tackle solutions to problems that prevent people from receiving appropriate care, from affordability to transportation to difficulties taking time off work. News from Concentrate  Read More →

Washtenaw Community College-led consortium to develop workforce for American Center for Mobility

The office will allow WCC staff to coordinate with ACM to develop mobility curricula, certificates, and degrees, as well as apprenticeship and internship programs. News from Concentrate  Read More →

Washtenaw Community College-led consortium to develop workforce for American Center for Mobility

The office will allow WCC staff to coordinate with ACM to develop mobility curricula, certificates, and degrees, as well as apprenticeship and internship programs. News from Concentrate  Read More →

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