A lucky animal lover will get to adopt Guess, after a lottery today in Minneapolis.
Archives for February 2011
The DEED survey of private sector employers showed that about eighty percent of them have no plans at the moment to hire additional workers.
St. Paul police officer David Longbehn will receive a Medal of Valor at a ceremony this evening. Longbehn shot and killed the man who killed Maplewood Police Sgt. Joseph Bergeron during an incident May 1. Longbehn struggled with Jason John Jones, who hit Longbehn in the face, breaking his nose and eye sockets. St. Paul Read more →
The city of Minneapolis has launched a new website aimed at protecting residents from irresponsible landlords.
Analysts claim Borders growth to 642 stores over the years pushed a lot of ma and pa booksellers out of business.
Duluth Pack bags are becoming hip, and not just among canoe-and-camping crowds.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that every month approximately 100,000 pounds of CDs become obsolete in the United States, and more than 5.5 million boxes of software are discarded each year.
Minnesota is well-represented among Food & Wine’s nominees for Best New Chef Midwest.
Civil engineer Nancy Daubenberger takes over tomorrow as the new state bridge engineer at MnDOT.
Northstar boosters say it’s worth keeping in mind Northstar is young and it takes time to build a following.