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Archives for June 2011
Hennepin County gets more granular in its concern about what government shutdown could mean for its residents.
The federally-funded Summer Food Service Program is providing free meals in the metro and throughout Minnesota.
Middle schooler Nathaniel Larson knows a thing or two about the Panama Canal treaty
A St. Paul man was sent to jail after a heated exchange with Muslim women and a crowd of onlookers in Minneapolis.
Frustration with teen loitering at the library leads to new teen-led youth center on St. Paul’s north side.
Construction workers for weeks have been at the site on the east bank of the Mississippi river next to Gold Medal Park in downtown Minneapolis. A crew is working on the wall. And here’s a rendering of the wall and 13 columns memorializing the thirteen people killed at 6:05 p. m. on August 1, 2007 Read more →
Translation: Transit Oriented Development. Developer George Sherman is poised to fill this vacant lot at 38th and Hiawatha in south Minneapolis with Longfellow Station, a mixed use commercial/residential development. In fact, things seem to be moving right along. Last week Minneapolis found $1.9 million in federal dollars sitting around in the city’s till and used Read more →
The city is organizing two “Clean Sweep” days to help north Minneapolis residents load storm debris onto trucks.
The “bike freeway”, as cycling enthusiasts call it, is the slightly more than one mile long length of the Cedar Lake trail linking it with the trail along the Mississippi river.