“…Charlie is kind of a romantic,” Mrs. Furlong said, adding he is full of compliments. “He’ll say, ‘You are so beautiful, I love your eyes, you have the greatest smile, you’re so stately.’ He never stops with them.”
Archives for February 2011
The Twin Cities has a very active group of African American parents who take their children’s education seriously. That became pretty clear during the uproar following Minneapolis Public School’s decision to close North High School.
If you’re like me and you drive to work over the same route every morning and evening, then you’ve memorized where you have to swerve or change lanes to avoid potholes. My eight-year-old car feels like it has the knee and hip joints of a 90-year-old marathon runner. There’s not much ‘cartilage’ left in the Read more →
Dan Boivin, the new Metropolitan Airports Commission chairman appointed by Gov. Dayton, says the airport needs to expand. But not until airline company tenants are ready to help foot the bill.
Many municipalities including Minneapolis, the state’s most populous city, no longer have the person power to do extensive signal timing.
Measurements show dramatic salt spikes in the spring and early summer in the region’s water bodies.
ICE says the information it gave MPR News listing Minnesota employers fined for employing illegal immigrants was incorrect “due to a clerical error”.
The nation has about 12,000 special operations forces deployed around the world, including in Iraq and Afghanistan. But after nearly 10 years at war, commanders this week said they’re worried about the toll repeated deployments are taking on troops and their families. Minnesota’s Army National Guard 34th Infantry Division, known as the Red Bulls, are Read more →
Minnesota does not have a commendable history of women and minority hiring on transportation projects.
There are still fatalities and plenty of life changing injuries happening to bicyclists.