The social networking site Foursquare recently signed up a new user — the city of Minneapolis. The city hopes to use the location-based site to connect residents to local government. It unveiled its Foursquare account today.
Archives for January 2012
Finnish textiles will be among the items on display at an event that is a true antidote for the midwinter blahs.
Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposed bonding bill includes a pair of big-ticket items for Minneapolis and St. Paul. But the state’s two largest cities didn’t get the governor’s backing for a variety of smaller proposed construction projects.
Between 2010-2011 the number of Minneapolis bicyclists increased 25 percent, and from 2007-2011 the number of bicyclists grew by 47 percent.
We have copies of letters exchanged between Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek and Chief Judge James Swenson.
The OTHER stadium bids
What are the ethics rules for social workers?
Where was this iced ski track from the 1917 St. Paul Winter Carnival?
The downtown Minneapolis Jaguar dealership that’s sat vacant for several years will be cleaned up to make way for a new mixed-use development of housing and retail space. That announcement came from the Metropolitan Council today. The organization approved $2.4 million dollars in grants as part of the Livable Communities program, which funds affordable housing, Read more →
A swing vote on the Ramsey County board won’t run again