Organizers of Rebuilding it Right say the character of historic north Minneapolis homes should be preserved – and made greener and more energy efficient for the future.
Archives for September 2011
Retired Minneapolis police officers and firefighters to merge their pension with the state system, setting the stage for completion of a decades-long effort to spread the city’s pension obligations to state taxpayers.
TRAC data show deportations are up since 9/11, but the percentage of criminals, terrorists, dropping.
Artist Angela Talle is creating a massive mosaic on the east wall of the Turf Club.
Judge Peter Cahill may be the first in the Fourth Judicial District to actively useTwitter for official business.
What a difference from two months ago. That’s when we reported what appeared to be a truly anemic federal response to going after the bad actors at the top in the mortgage meltdown. State regulators and prosecutors and some local officials have been going after mortgage originators, title companies and others involved in fraudulent mortgages. Read more →
Will Congress will authorize transportation spending under a continuing resolution?
Most fairgoers oppose the marriage amendment at the House of Representatives’ (unscientific) annual State Fair poll.
Pro-amendment group lands a surprise new booth at the State Fair.