Goats aren’t welcome in Minneapolis. That was the clear message from city council members at an April zoning and planning meeting.
Archives for April 2011
The second floor of Block E is a lot emptier since the latest tenants closed up shop.
$478 million is the most federal dollars ever sent back from D. C. for a transportation project.
Good news for book lovers — a former librarian has left $646,000 in her will for the Hennepin County Library.
The light bulb war is being waged by some members of Congress who want to guarantee Americans will still be able to buy the incandescent units.
As weather patterns as of late have shown, you’ve got to enjoy every bit of spring when it shows up. Today was a perfect day for a little lunch al fresco.
The CCLRT Project proposes to replace one roadway lane in each direction to accommodate the light rail transit
The city is urging residents of certain neighborhoods to apply for loans of up to $20,000 at zero-percent interest through its new Rehab Support pilot program.
Cycling enthusiasts for years have argued the fact that their numbers on the road are growing actually increases their safety, because drivers will notice and learn to share the road.
It was a strange day on the job for two city park employees. The workers were cleaning up flood debris in Crosby Park when they stumbled across “a suspicious-looking package.” They drove it over to the St. Paul Fire Department and the bomb squad was called out to inspect it. Their finding? It wasn’t a Read more →