The new downtown Lunds will get some competition next year from a new Whole Foods.
By Brandt Williams, Minnesota Public Radio News Violent crime in the Minneapolis last year fell to a 28-year-low, city leaders said on Friday, but property crimes such as burglary and theft increased for the second year in a row. Minneapolis police chief Tim Dolan said property crimes are hard for police officers to prevent. But Read more →
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A memorial service is planned for Jan. 19 in Washington for Charles Waldo Bailey II, former editor of the Minneapolis Tribune and co-author of the Cold War thriller “Seven Days in May.” He died of complications from Parkinson’s disease, his daughter said Thursday. He was 82. Bailey died Tuesday at the Lillian Read more →
By Dan Olson, Minnesota Public Radio News The Family Place founder and executive director Margaret Lovejoy said her service provides community roots for families, both when they are there and after they leave. (MPR Photo/Jeffrey Thompson) “I heard a child one cold January morning say to his mother, ‘How will I find you after school?’” Read more →
Organizers say the story of Arthur and Edith Lee’s purchase of the home at 4600 Columbus Avenue in the 1930s will be retold during the program.
The federally-funded Summer Food Service Program is providing free meals in the metro and throughout Minnesota.
The struggle for food could continue well beyond the day the food carts offering free meals pull away.
When Zillow reports that 46.2 percent of Twin Cities homeowners are under water, is that a trustworthy number? Does it even stand to reason?