Helen Bassett announced she is running for reelection to the Robbinsdale School Board. She has served on the school board since being appointed in 2002. She filed for office on July 28.
Brooklyn Center Community Schools plans to determine its learning plan for the beginning of the 2020-21 school year Aug. 20.
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office announced it will not file charges against the Brooklyn Center Police officers who fatally shot Kobe Dimock-Heisler in August 2019.
Plans for a ground-level public art display at 10 West End have garnered approvals from local government officials. The art, which will be constructed in the next year, was required in an agreement between the cities of St. Louis Park and Golden Valley and the developing team that sought to …
It’s back to the drawing board for the city of New Hope: Upon review of a recently adopted list of tobacco regulations July 27, the City Council backtracked its previous decision and opted to review the ordinance in finer detail at its Aug. 17 work session. The decision was likely influenced…
Here in the U.S., we pride ourselves on living in a meritocracy. We don’t inherit our wealth and our status - we work for it! Nobody else foots the bill for our good life. Yet, how do you recognize true accomplishment? One simple, straightforward way to determine merit is to measure the dist…
The Osseo Area School Board made a decision on a resolution that would honor George Floyd and stand for justice at its July 21 meeting.
A group of parents, teachers and community members gathered outside of the Osseo Educational Service Center on July 22 for a rally.
Brooklyn Center’s City Council approved a special use permit and site plan for a standalone car wash at the Shingle Creek Crossing Mall at its July 27 meeting.
Hennepin County, Metropolitan Council and elected officials from communities along the planned route of the METRO Blue Line Extension (Bottineau Light Rail Transit) project called Monday for the project partners to explore opportunities to advance the project without using BNSF Railway right…
Pam Paulson, director of professional development and resource programs, has retired from Perpich Center for Arts Education after 33 years. Her last day at Perpich was July 14. Paulson is one of the arts high school’s founding directors, and the last to retire.
The newest restaurant in downtown Robbinsdale is opening Monday, Aug. 3. The new eatery, called The Birdhouse, is an original concept that will serve American-style food with bar options, and was devised from the creators of The Bulldog restaurant chain, which has three locations in the Twin…
The Robbinsdale School Board approved Superintendent Carlton Jenkins’ resignation at its regular meeting on July 20.
Voters in the Tuesday, Aug. 11, Primary Election will choose the two candidates for Robbinsdale City Council in Ward II who will advance to the Nov. 3 General Election.
Voters in the Tuesday, Aug. 11, Primary Election will choose the candidates for New Hope City Council who will advance to the Nov. 3 General Election.
Students at Hopkins High School are realizing the impact of plants as they work together to grow their own food and create a safe environment through gardening.
Camp Northport was offered virtually through Robbinsdale Area Schools to Northport Elementary in Brooklyn Center and other district kindergarten through fifth-grade students, due to COVID-19. The camp is a two-week-long program, which offered art activities and supported literacy skills.
Brooklyn Center’s City Council plans to take a close look at the city’s capital improvement plan as budget plans for 2021 and beyond move forward.
Candidates for the Robbinsdale City Council Ward II election met July 16 to differentiate themselves and discuss their priorities before the Aug. 11 primary. In the primary, the pool of five candidates will be reduced to two for the Nov. 3 general election. The hosting organization of the Ju…
Voters in the Tuesday, Aug. 11, Primary Election will choose the DFL candidate in Minnesota House District 45A who will advance to the Nov. 3 General Election.
A July 22 New Hope City Council candidate forum was attended by five of the seven candidates. Present was Michael Isenberg, incumbent Andy Hoffe, Jim Miller, Zachary Snabes, and Ron Stoffel. Austin Berger and Reid Johnson were not in attendance.
Voters in the Tuesday, Aug. 11, Primary Election will choose the two candidates for Ward 4 on the Crystal City Council who will advance to the Nov. 3 General Election.
The three New Hope residents running for mayor have all served on the City Council: Jonathan London is a current council member, Kathi Hemken is the current mayor and Daniel Stauner served previously for two terms.