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A Minneapolis health care system says the coronavirus pandemic has caused deep operating losses, forcing it to close 16 clinics in Minnesota and Wisconsin and reduce its workforce by 900 employees.

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Dr. Paul Sheils has carved out a successful dentistry niche in the northwest suburbs of the Twin Cities. Sheils, of Otsego Dental, has a unique and successful approach to treating TMJ afflictions that focuses on the cause of the problem.

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Homebuilding activity continued at a strong pace in the Twin Cities as single-family permits saw another month of double-digit gains in April. Builders pulled 474 single-family permits for the month, a 16% increase over April 2019 and the best April since 2006, according to a Housing First M…

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The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development announced April 15 that the agency has fully implemented the Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC), which provides a 13-week extension of unemployment benefits for eligible applications. PEUC was authorized by Cong…

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As state and federal officials desperately work to “flatten the curve” and the impact of COVID-19 cases on the state and nation’s healthcare system, many local businesses have experienced the devastating results of an economy that has ground to a halt.

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Commissioner Margaret Anderson Kelliher of the Minnesota Department of Transportation and Chair Charlie Zelle of the Metropolitan Council will discuss transportation and development needs in the north metro March 26 in Ramsey.