Judge Patrick J. Schiltz has taken the unusual step of sanctioning Minneapolis attorney William Butler for filing what the judge calls frivolous show-me-the-note actions.
A new national report shows someone earning minimum wage would have to work 86 hours a week to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment in Minnesota — that’s more than two full-time jobs.
The St. Paul City Council approved a key piece of financing for the downtown apartment complex and grocery store development.
$459,000 in grants will help struggling homeowners improve their properties, and build a treatment facility for adults with mental illness.
The city says its Minneapolis Advantage Program has helped nearly 350 homebuyers purchase homes in neighborhoods stressed by foreclosure since 2008.
What are the ethics rules for social workers?
The downtown Minneapolis Jaguar dealership that’s sat vacant for several years will be cleaned up to make way for a new mixed-use development of housing and retail space. That announcement came from the Metropolitan Council today. The organization approved $2.4 million dollars in grants as part of the Livable Communities program, which funds affordable housing, 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 →
A look behind the new housing numbers announced today by Central Corridor planners.
A long-delayed plan to bring a Lunds grocery and hundreds of new apartments to downtown St. Paul seems to have found its pulse.