The Ramsey City Council has decided to allow greater flexibility in its small business relief grant program.
The Minnesota Legislature passed a $1.87 billion bonding bill last week that includes funding for some long-awaited projects in Anoka County.
Coon Rapids has entered a contract to install a traffic signal at Northdale Boulevard and the driveway to McDonald’s, Menards and the former Famous Dave’s in Coon Rapids. In addition, a median will prevent left turns out of the Costco driveway just north of the intersection.
The Anoka County Board signed off on $2.78 million in expenditures from the federal coronavirus relief bill last week.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is launching a study to develop a vision for University Avenue (Highway 47) and Central Avenue (Highway 65) from Northeast Minneapolis to the Northtown Mall in Blaine. The study area passes through the cities of Blaine, Columbia Heights, Coon Rapids…
A handmade, 12-foot-tall sculpture of a jack-o’-lantern now greets visitors to the Halloween Capital of the World.
Fridley recently became the 17th city in Minnesota to limit the sale of flavored tobacco products to only tobacco shops. While some applauded the move as good for public health, others worry it will hurt gas stations and convenience stores.
The Northtown Transit Center will not relocate to the south end of Northtown Mall as planned, and an alternative location is still being determined, according to Metro Transit.
Anoka businesses and nonprofits affected by the coronavirus pandemic may be eligible for grants through a new program by the city of Anoka.
A Ramsey County judge last week roundly rejected the arguments by a group of businesses and state legislators who sued Gov. Tim Walz over his COVID-19 executive orders.
The public is invited to participate in a virtual open house through Monday, Sept. 28, to learn more about proposed designs for the future of Highway 65 in Spring Lake Park, Blaine and Ham Lake.
Anoka County Jail’s policy regarding how it processes foreign-born prisoners moved closer to being argued in front of a jury following a district court opinion.
A Blaine man has been charged after he allegedly left a phone message for Gov. Tim Walz stating he’d like to kill him and burn his body.
The League of Minnesota Cities recently presented the city of Columbia Heights with the 2020 Sustainable City Award for its curbside yard-waste/organic pickup program.
Anoka County Commissioners approved just over $300,000 in coronavirus-related spending Aug. 11 for facility modifications to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases in the future.
Blaine and Spring Lake Park are lending small businesses a helping hand by awarding grants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Spring Lake Park Schools is in the process of purchasing the old velodrome site in Blaine from the National Sports Center as part of a plan to construct a new outdoor play area and green space for Centerview Elementary and the general public.
Fridley’s University Avenue fencing and landscaping is taking a step forward after the City Council accepted a bid July 13.
Anoka City Council Member Erik Skogquist faces disorderly conduct charges after allegedly berating city staff over the removal of trees in Rudy Johnson Park last month.
The city of Fridley hopes to work with Anoka County to transform the site of a former University Avenue gas station into open space for public use.