Comfort food for the soul and body helps feed the coffers at one Minneapolis church.
Archives for October 2012
MnDOT finalizes Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan
Community input wanted for planned northside bikeway
Draft environmental impact statement for Southwest light rail released
The Hmong American Partnership hosts a town hall tonight on Asian-American voting trends in the Midwest. Organizers hope to base the conversation on a newly released report from the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice. Citing US Census data, the report says the number of Asian American voters grew by 169 percent from 2000 to Read more →
Starting tomorrow morning, the city will start the process of upgrading the traffic signal systems at seven intersections along the busy corridor.
New Taurus-based police cars on the way
Big fire destroys lakeside homes
Before they draw the stadium, architects will take fans’ measure
Travelers going through Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport apparently have a collective wish list, because the folks at the Metropolitan Airports Commission say they’ve checked it, and free WiFi has been at the top for some time. So now, they’re granting that wish. Through a new agreement with a company called Advanced Wireless Group, wireless Internet Read more →