Minneapolis downtown council unveils vision for downtown 2025.
Archives for December 2011
The Department of Homeland Security recognized four Minneapolis police personnel — including two Somali-American beat cops — for their work resulting in a federal hate-crime conviction.
The folks who helped bring urban bees and mini-farmers markets to Minneapolis are holding a community celebration Monday night. Residents will also get a chance to share their suggestions for improving access to healthy local food.
South Minneapolis apartment dwellers — are you looking for a reason to procrastinate on doing your laundry? You’ve come to the right place.
State campaign to prevent slips and falls on winter ice recommends walking like a penguin.
The city will use a dozen electronic billboards to announce when people should watch where they park their cars.
According to the complaint, the officers killed Obama the dog while they served a search warrant on a south Minneapolis home in 2009.
Nitaya Panemalaythong, 26, of Savage was crowned Miss Minnesota last month.
Transit planners are trying something new to ensure new train and bus schedules meet residents’ needs once the Central Corridor light rail project is finished.
Bank officials, elected representatives, and Somali money lenders still are trying to find a way to keep a financial lifeline to Somalia open. Owners of Somali money-lending businesses, called hawalas, were notified by St Paul-based Sunrise Community Banks this week that their accounts with the bank will be closed Dec. 14th. Hawalas are the only Read more →