With cuts identified, gap is down to $1.3M
After Gov. Tim Walz announced his Stay Safe orders, Brooklyn Center’s City Council is considering establishing regulatory flexibility to allow for retailers, churches, and other establishments to open in compliance with the orders.
Following the officer-involved killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, riots are believed to have spilled over into Brooklyn Center in the late evening hours of May 27 and into the early morning of May 28. The civil unrest continued over the night of May 28, with windows smashed at businesse…
Earle Brown Elementary STEAM and Brooklyn Center Middle School STEAM have been recognized as “Project Lead The Way Distinguished Schools” for increasing access, engagement, and achievement in Project Lead The Way programs.
Last month, I shared with you how North Hennepin Community College had been transitioning and operating in a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ‘new normal.’
Two men were charged in connection with a shooting in Brooklyn Center that occurred May 6, and one of them is now in police custody.
Filing opens Tuesday, May 19, for U.S. Senate and House, Minnesota Legislature, Hennepin County, Three Rivers Park District and city and school board elections. The filing period will be open until Tuesday, June 2.
The city of Brooklyn Center is considering creating a program to assist the smallest of the city’s businesses that have been negatively impacted financially by the COVID-19 outbreak.
As Gov. Tim Walz and the Minnesota Department of Education have mandated, the school closures that began in March have been extended through the end of the 2019-20 school year, Friday, June 5.
Football field graduations are a no-go this year after state guidelines dashed the Anoka-Hennepin School District’s hopes of an in-person ceremony.
Editor’s note: This letter was sent in response to Peggy Bakken’s April 16 editorial titled “No excuses - complete your census form,” and the Adams Publishing Group of East Central Minnesota Editorial Board editorial “Every person needed and wanted as 2020 census begins,” from the March 6 ed…
The Osseo School Board met during a work session on April 14 to receive an overview of how the district has been handling the COVID-19 pandemic. This was also the board’s first remote video work session.
While the annual Wastebasket Revue Scholarship performance was canceled this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the scholarship funds are still being distributed to students in the Osseo Area School District.
This isn’t a normal time with the COVID-19 pandemic spreading around the world, including more than 2,000 confirmed cases here in Minnesota.
Like you, North Hennepin Community College has been transitioning and operating in a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ‘new normal.’
Initial results from a survey of secondary students suggest the Anoka-Hennepin School District is seeing success in its distance learning program, which launched March 30 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Brooklyn Center woman who has been accused of swindling members of the Hmong community out of $450,000 between 2012 and 2014 was arrested in Georgia and will face charges in Hennepin County District Court, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office.
The Anoka-Hennepin School Board has sold almost $100 million in bonds to finance the next phase of its district-wide Fit for the Future construction project.
Brooklyn Center’s Evergreen Park Elementary is continuing to distribute learning materials as students shift to a home-based learning model in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
When Brooklyn Center’s youngest public school students return to Earle Brown Elementary after this extended COVID-19 statewide school closure, they will find some things changed—like more support in their classrooms.
Officials at Brooklyn Center Community Schools, like their counterparts at all districts in the north metro, are tirelessly working and planning during this Governor-mandated school closure.
The Osseo Area School District has not only been working on a distance learning plan, but also a way to keep it students fed during the COVID-19 outbreak. On March 15, Governor Tim Walz called for the closing of all K-12 schools in the state.