With the filing period winding down, many incumbents for state legislative offices representing Bloomington and Richfield will face challengers in November.
Bloomington Police pulled over a minivan for registration issues shortly before noon May 31 along American Boulevard in Bloomington.
Beginning June 8, The Works Museum in Bloomington will roll out a pilot program featuring eight virtual camps for kids ages 6-11. Four-day virtual camps are offered June 8 to July 2.
The city of Bloomington will host a free virtual workshop, “Organics Recycling 101: Learn how to turn your food scraps into black gold” at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 4.
Students from Bloomington Jefferson and Kennedy high schools were invited to share memories of their years in school and their plans for the future.
A 25-year-old Minneapolis woman who disagreed with the Bloomington police officer who told her she was under arrest wound up with a felony assault charge in protesting the arrest. The suspect was arrested at approximately 5:30 p.m. May 14 outside of the Bloomington Walmart store. She was acc…
The Bloomington City Council voted to close the city’s community center for the remainder of 2020, leaving the long-term plan for the aging building uncertain.
Closed since March 13 due to the coronavirus, Bloomington Ice Garden faces additional unforeseen expenses after a mechanical malfunction that needs to be repaired.
Instead of spending afternoons and evenings at the ballparks like Red Haddox Field and Tony Oliva Field in Bloomington and Donaldson Park and Spartan Field in Richfield, baseball programs have navigated two months without games.
Just before midnight Thursday Bloomington police officers responded to the report of a person lying down in the 7900 block of 2nd Avenue.
With the school year winding down and students finishing classes from the comfort of home, the Bloomington Board of Education is left with little more to do than to follow the progress as distance learning continues.
It may not have meant as much to her classmates, but Emily Hansen was unwilling to forgo the ceremonial completion of her studies at Normandale Community College on account of COVID-19.
Fortis Academy’s motto of “Train Hard. Eat Well. Live Fortis,” is being put to good use as the shutdown continues on into a second month, halting plenty of youth sports camps and other programming for the company that organizes and runs training sessions for kids and adults.
Crossing fingers and saying prayers is how Firemen’s softball tournament director Jeff Barnes is dealing with the prospects of summer without the summer tradition in Bloomington.
Kennedy High School senior Joy Adanene qualified to compete in program oral interpretation at the National Speech and Debate Association’s National Tournament, which will be held online in June.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota banned large-scale high school graduation ceremonies on Friday to limit the spread of the coronavirus, and encouraged schools to hold online ceremonies instead.
Carey Seeley Dzierzak will become the new principal of Ridgeview Elementary School on July 1, 2020. Seeley Dzierzak is coming to Ridgeview from Armatage Montessori School within the Minneapolis Public Schools, where she has served as assistant principal for the past two years.
A 53-year-old Bloomington man was sorry he hurried home, but the lack of an explanation for his rush, and his blood-alcohol concentration, failed to earn him forgiveness.