A GoFundMe page has been set up for Taraji White, the 9-year-old girl burned in a van fire outside of Walmart in Fridley Aug. 6.
Night to Unite and National Night Out are annual celebrations throughout Minnesota and the United States that encourage neighborhoods to host block parties and get to know their neighbors and city employees.
Four candidates have filed for three seats on the Spring Lake Park School Board in the Nov. 5 election, according to the Secretary of State’s website.
The American Red Cross is suffering a national blood shortage this summer. The shortage is not unusual for this time of year, according to Red Cross external communications manager Sue Thesenga, but Anoka County residents can help by donating at upcoming blood drives.
A 6-year-old girl critically burned in a Fridley van fire Tuesday, Aug. 6, has died of her injuries, and her 9-year-old sister remained in critical condition at Hennepin County Medical Center Aug. 7.
A 70-year-old man was arrested after two vans caught fire Tuesday morning in a Fridley parking lot and injured two girls, according to the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office.
A 28-year-old Coon Rapids man faces charges in the attempted abduction of a 7-year-old Fridley girl after police sought the public's assistance identifying him.
The 69th Avenue access to University East Service Road in Fridley should be removed, according to a traffic study conducted by Spack Consulting.
A 28-year-old Coon Rapids man has been arrested in connection with a July 26 attempted abduction in Fridley, according to the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office.
A murder suspect is in custody after several police agencies pursued him Tuesday morning in the area south of I-694 near Menards, 5351 Central Avenue NE, Fridley, according to John Elder, public information officer for the Minneapolis Police Department.
In Fire Chief Michael Spencer’s 13 years working with the Fridley Public Safety Department, he’s responded to a lot of interesting calls.
This week marks the final edition of the Sun Focus as coverage of Fridley and Columbia Heights moves to ABC Newspapers, part of the same company as Sun Newspapers.
Fridley’s Madsen Park will be getting a makeover now that the city won the Minnesota Timberwolves and U.S. Bank’s “Our Courts. Our Future.” competition in late May.
Wes Nugteren has been growing and planting things since he was young. Growing up on a farm in South Dakota, he would help with growing produce that his family would eat, can and preserve.
There is a new community market in Columbia Heights that will continue on Saturdays throughout the rest of the summer.
With the MSHSL’s section realignment completed this past spring, several local teams will see a new postseason landscape starting in the fall.
Recent Totino-Grace graduate Jake Svihel missed state titles in wrestling his first three championship match attempts, but he went out a champion in his fourth attempt March 2.
Pilgrim Dry Cleaners is hosting its 12th annual Scouting for Uniforms Drive throughout the month of July this year, with collections kicking off July 1.