Breakfast and brunch restaurant Wilma’s unexpectedly closed permanently Tuesday after nine years in Ann Arbor.

Breakfast and brunch restaurant Wilma’s closed unexpectedly Tuesday after nine years in Ann Arbor. An announcement on the East Washington Avenue restaurant’s website alerted customers to the closure and thanked them for their support.

Spin the Bottle presents a new approach to dating apps.

Spin the Bottle, a new dating app launched at the end of 2016 by entrepreneur Matt Cohen and software developers Andrew Stanton and Nish Patel, is aiming to revolutionize the world of dating apps.

Medical school student Erica Heisel helps a shopper at Pure Barre on Friday.

Friday evening, the fitness studio Pure Barre hosted a grand opening party at its new downtown Ann Arbor location. The event was open to the community and included a cocktail party, merchandise sale and a raffle for a free year of classes.

The State Theater sits closed, ready for a months long renovation, on Wednesday.

After nearly being converted into office space, the State Theatre and all of its art deco grandeur will be properly restored and renovated over the next eight to 12 months in order to better serve the community, right on time for its 75th anniversary in 2017.

The South University Avenue business district is preparing to undergo a 10-story change.

Bell's Pizza, now closed, stands at the corner Packard Rd. and State St..

For more than 30 years, Bell’s Pizza stood at 700 Packard St. serving slices to students and residents alike. Now, a Domino’s Pizza will take its place — the only one currently on the University of Michigan's Central Campus.

The University of Michigan’s Translational Research and Commercialization program announced plans Monday to invest a total of $500,000 into five transportation technology projects affiliated with U of M.  

With Pokemon Go's explosive popularity, augmented reality has recently been brought to the forefront of news.

Friday evening at the second annual Ann Arbor Tech Trek, local residents and visitors from around the country were invited to explore a host of technology companies based in downtown Ann Arbor.

MACKINAC, Mich. — At the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference Wednesday afternoon, Dan Gilbert, founder and chairman of Quicken Loans and Rock Ventures, participated in a one-on-one conversation with Dennis Archer Jr., president of Archer Corporate Services and chair of the conference, about why Gilbert chose to invest in Detroit.