Friday, July 23
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Folks have found some unique ways to pass the time over the last year during the pandemic.
Edina has hit the halfway point toward its completion of a climate action plan that is meant to give the city direction on how to better its e…
For July 7-13, Richfield Police responded to the following calls:
City of Edina Race and Equity Coordinator Heidi Lee will continue the city’s “Town Talks” series with a discussion about how the community’s c…
The filing period for those interested in running for the Edina School Board will open on Tuesday, July 27, and close on Tuesday, Aug. 10, at 5 p.m.
A developer is proposing a condo redevelopment project on the Edina-Minneapolis border at 50th & France.
Ribbon-cutting for the project that allows children of all abilities to participate will be held at 6:30 p.m.
The boys hockey landscape in Bloomington and Richfield will look different this fall after the Kennedy/Richfield Youth Hockey Association join…
City formally discharges racial language from park land
Yes, there is an election in Richfield this November.
The 63rd Firemen’s Softball Tournament made a successful return to the Valley View Fields in Bloomington July 15-18.
Football fans who ventured to Edina’s Kuhlman Field for the final two Minnesota Vixen home games were treated to playoff football in July.
The Richfield-Holy Angels Clay Target team earned several honors during the spring competitive season with teammates Piper Larson and Keelie P…
The Bloomington Historical Society’s museum is now open, and features several new exhibits.
In an era of reduce, reuse and recycle, there’s a proposal to expand a Burnsville landfill near the Minnesota River.
The long-awaited improvements along Interstate 494, from Bloomington to Eden Prairie, aren’t coming any time soon, but new federal funding wil…
Larry Granger’s death on June 18 leaves a void in the hearts of the many that crossed paths with him during his years here in Bloomington.