The bank last week agreed to the largest fine ever levied by the government – a $13 billion penalty for mortgage loan abuses leading up to the mortgage meltdown. Read more →
Famous “quid pro quo” case might be headed back to court
Housing and Urban Development officials helped shape a troubling case of “quid pro quo” in St. Paul, according to allegations from House Republicans.
St. Paul puts a one-year moratorium on apartment buildings that have “design features similar to that of ‘dormitory’ style housing” on Grand Ave. between Cretin and Fairview.
The day after Occupy Homes MN activists found out that a bank had offered Coon Rapids homeowners a loan modification, the hip-hop star is hosting an event for a gathering of Occupy activists in north Minneapolis.
Minneapolis and St. Paul led population growth for the 7-county metro region in 2011 according to Met Council.
More than a thousand volunteers will be on hand to provide everything from dental exams to haircuts.
A state appeals court rules that the contract for the Lofts at Farmers Market should have been voided.
When the homeless shelter opened in 1981, organizers thought homelessness was a temporary problem in the Twin Cities. They were wrong.
When the 1940 Census data came online this week, the first address I went looking for was the house where I used to live in north Minneapolis.