Here are a few local businesses to spend your money with this holiday season
An empty lot in Uptown will be the site of an affordable housing development.
A student tardy policy that can result in cleaning the school, silent lunches, and no movement was announced on November 7.
A look at an organization responding to the needs of the world around it
In October, people started calling the City about a construction truck parked in the protected Blaisdell bike lane. An obstruction permit and a lack of signage continues to frustrate bicyclists.
One empty lot remains among the continual development happening on Nicollet Avenue South.
A new bookstore comes to Linden Hills
Keep yours eyes open and slightly above eye level to spot the clay creatures hidden around the neighborhood.
The school board discussed student assessments, lobbying efforts at the State-level, and voted to approve two online tutoring contracts.
It's not official yet, but all signs point to a light blue Lake Harriet Bandshell in the near future.
Here are the initial designs
The council voted to approve a staff directive to look into encampment procedures on October 20. Mayor Jacob Frey vetoed the directive.
But how does a balloon shop stay afloat without helium?
The conversation goes back decades, but scrutiny of Minneapolis Police Department’s off-duty policy continues today.
After nearly three decades, a mainstay business on Lyndale Avenue South is closing because of rising rent and declining business.
Esthetician Ashley von Holdt uses relaxation techniques while implementing semi-permanent techniques on facial hair and skin.
The theater has been expanding the realm of long-form improv in Uptown for over a decade, and this season brings another slate of performances that push the boundaries of improv.
The votes are in and tallied from the 2022 midterm election. Who won in our local races?
The Kingfield Neighborhood Association has been hosting a polling party at Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park since 2012.
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