Progress report on a damaged north Minneapolis apartment.
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The state Department of Employment and Economic Development has awarded a $200,000 grant to Minneapolis nonprofit Northside Economic Opportunity Network.
The new pipes replace 1870s-era storm water pipes. The storm water they collect will go directly in the river.
Keeping it clean was part of the message of the Solstice River XV and Global Water Dances observance Saturday afternoon.
The property’s owner, a New York City-based entity called Lehman Brothers Holding PLC, is part of the debris from the implosion of Wall Street investment banking house Lehman Brothers.
The Mississippi River water volume through Minneapolis is a third higher than normal for this time of year.
Lots of pottery, no barns: terra cotta architecture in the Twin Cities
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman said a government shutdown would impact public safety, which represents two-thirds of his city’s budget.
One month after a tornado struck north Minneapolis, 13 families displaced by the storm are still staying at the Drake Hotel.
A Hudson, Wisconsin couple and a couple of Twin Cities guys allegedly went to some unusual lengths to steal mortgage money.