Star Tribune editor Nancy Barnes is leaving the paper to lead the newsroom of the Houston Chronicle. Publisher Mike Klingensmith says the Star Tribune has begun a search for a replacement, and will consider both internal and external candidates. Barnes has led the Star Tribune’s newsroom for the past six years. In 2013, the paper Read more →
Students at the University of Minnesota will soon have a new way to fend off late-night attacks from the munchies. A company called Insomnia Cookies has applied for a license to deliver baked goods until 3 a.m. from a location in Dinkytown. The Minneapolis City Council holds a hearing on the application today. The company, Read more →
A city finance official says Minneapolis should face no problems borrowing money after Moody’s Investors Service downgraded the city’s rating.
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A struggling restaurant would get to stay open, while the city of St. Paul takes a $487,000 loss under a proposal that goes before the city council next week.
Outdoor flea markets could begin popping up around Minneapolis this summer under a new ordinance approved today by a city council committee.
Several Minneapolis and St. Paul office buildings are being recognized for cutting down their electricity use through changes such as LED lighting and upgraded ventilation systems.
Legislative efforts to restrict employers from asking job applicants about their criminal histories are advancing at the Capitol.
The new downtown ballpark for the Saint Paul Saints will eliminate 70 more parking spaces than previously predicted.
Hussein Samatar, a Minneapolis school board member who has been considering a mayoral bid, announced today on Facebook that he has been diagnosed with a form of leukemia.
Accent Signage in Minneapolis is receiving media attention for something other than the horrific workplace shooting that took place there last year. The company sent out a press release with news that it recently received a ‘Community Impact Award’ from Minnesota Business magazine, for making products in an environmentally friendly way. Accepting the award for Read more →