HeightsNEXT is seeking volunteers for a fall cleanup Sunday, Nov. 1, along Central Avenue.
In lieu of throwing pumpkins in the garbage, the city of Fridley is encouraging people to recycle them.
Spring Lake Park Schools’ planned purchase of the former velodrome site in Blaine is taking longer than expected.
The city of Blaine is now using a new online permitting application system called Intuitive Municipal Solutions, or iMS.
Connexus Energy has announced a new Chief Financial Officer to replace 26-year-veteran Mike Bash.
This year’s Anoka Halloween Grande Day Parade event will be a drive-thru event at several locations throughout the city 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31.
The Columbia Heights Truck or Treat "Boo Drive-Thru" will take place Thursday, Oct. 29 from 5-8 p.m. The route takes participants through Huset Park on Jefferson St. NE, starting at 40th Ave and ending at Huset Parkway. Cars must enter on 5th and Mill St. While supplies last.
It is almost Halloween, and I just finished reading “Weird Women: Classic Supernatural Fiction by Groundbreaking Female Writers: 1852-1923,” edited by Leslie S. Klinger and Lisa Morton.
Over the past few weeks, we have published an editorial series about important election issues, including race relations, police reform, health care, the COVID-19 response, the economy and climate change.
Minnesotans take great pride in our abundant natural resources. Whether we are fishing in a crystal clear lake, taking the pontoon along the shore near the cabin, or bicycling on one of the state’s expansive and scenic trails, we appreciate the beauty and bounties of this state.
The best tonic for our cratered COVID-19 economy is deep suppression of both virus and disease through vaccines and better therapeutics. We long to return to a semblance of normal and full employment.