Folks over the years have used the scoreboard or even banners to propose tying the knot.
Archives for March 2011
Sometimes things don’t work out they way you planned them. So you change your plan. And then sometimes, that’s when the original plan magically comes to fruition. Case in point: The original focus of the MPR News investigation “Following the Firearms: Gun Violence in Minneapolis,” which launches Tuesday on Morning Edition and online here. My Read more →
The county’s reduce reuse recycle crowd wants to improve a rate that is static the past decade at not quite half its potential.
Downtown St. Paul is losing a landmark but gaining a park. (MPR Photo/Jeffrey Thompson) The Pedro family, owners of the former Pedro Luggage on Robert Street, donated their land and building to the city for use as a future park. As part of the agreement, the city plans to include the Pedro family name in Read more →
State and local officials today unveiled what they say is the largest solar thermal installation in the Midwest. The installation of solar panels on top of the Saint Paul RiverCentre has 144 solar thermal collectors, which they say will displace the city’s carbon dioxide emissions by 900,000 pounds annually – that’s equivalent to eliminating 90 Read more →
Will Courtney Love come to Johnny Northside’s rescue?
Minneapolis Fire Chief Alex Jackson was in Maryland for FEMA training.
As the Timberwolves and city of Minneapolis seek a $155 million upgrade to the Target Center, let’s take a look at how basketball used to be played in the Mill City.
Community foundations come up with a new way to measure progress on desired outcomes stemming from Central Corridor light rail.
As the state prepares for what could be record flooding, Minnesota’s entire congressional delegation is pressing the Federal Emergency Management Agency to take immediate steps to facilitate a timely response to any flood damage. The delegation sent a letter to FEMA urging the agency to plan, prepare, and coordinate flood protection efforts in advance of Read more →