Rolando Garcia, who took over as the new President of Brooklyn Park’s North Hennepin Community College July 1, found the move from Florida to Minnesota difficult during a pandemic.
The Brooklyn Park branch of the Cities United program, a national organization focused on eliminating violence related to African American men, has plans to host a talent show providing young people with the opportunity to show off their poetry, signing and rapping skills Wednesday, July 29.
Hennepin Technical College is collecting donations that will be distributed to people who need help after the recent civil unrest in Minneapolis.
Osseo Area Schools Superintendent Cory McIntyre provided the Osseo School Board with an update on plans for the opening of school in the fall if the pandemic and health concerns are still around at that time.
A proposed housing complex for seniors and individuals with developmental disabilities took a step forward after the Brooklyn Park Economic Development Authority offered support for the project through the use of tax increment financing.
Brooklyn Park’s Economic Development Authority approved a term sheet for the development of a mixed-use, five-story apartment development at Brooklyn Boulevard and Welcome Avenue.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it financial uncertainty for many Minnesotans and has left tension in some of Brooklyn Park’s budgetary questions. Specifically, should the city continue its park reconstruction work in the current market, or to push project timelines back and see how t…
Brooklyn Park is continuing its community survey work to determine how residents are handling the COVID-19 pandemic.
The candidate filing period for the November 2020 elections closed June 2, with at least two candidates filed for all elected seats within Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park for all races except the Three Rivers Park District Commissioner race.
In the wake of the officer-involved killing of George Floyd, Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park hosted a community conversation with their police chiefs and mayors June 3.
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…
The Brooklyn Park City Council may consider assisting with the construction of an apartment community specializing in serving seniors and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Park Center’s Laila Franklin keeps a busy dance card: girls golf captain, viola section leader, president of the National Honor Society, nearly straight-A student in Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses, cross-country runner and basketball player.
The Brooklyn Park City Council unanimously approved Duffy Development Company as the developer for the North Hennepin Community College site at 6900 85th Ave. N.