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The International Baccalaureate Programmes of Lakeview Elementary, Robbinsdale Middle and Cooper High schools will be taking donations and packaging aid for a Night of Service 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, April 5 in the Cooper cafeteria, 8230 47th Ave. N., New Hope. The open house is open to students…

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The Jaycee Park playground, the oldest operating playground in the New Hope, will receive play structure improvements this year. The improvements at the park on Independence Circle will include complete replacement of the play structures and the base for the structures.

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On a 3-2 vote, the Golden Valley City Council on March 5 approved an increase in the mayor’s and council members’ salaries, as well as unanimously approving a payment of $50 for each meeting the city officials “are directed or designated to attend, up to a maximum of $150 per month.”

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Let’s face it, we live in a litigious society. Whether it’s coffee that’s too hot, Google maps giving wrong directions, or Universal Studios’ “scariest experience you’ll ever have at a theme park” being too scary, some people sue at the drop of a hat and accept little personal responsibility…

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A record-breaking $310,000 was raised by 450 attendees of Hopkins Education Foundation’s Royal Bash Feb. 23. More than $100,000 is dedicated to the foundation’s initiative that addresses students’ emotional, social and physical wellbeing. The annual event is the largest source of funding for…

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Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis will host a “Red Blue” workshop as part of the Better Angels series 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, March 10, at the JFCS Community Room, 5905 Golden Valley Road. The workshop will allow all sides of the political spectrum to discuss each other’s…

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The Golden Valley Police Department will provide a security detail to the city of Minneapolis April 1-9 for the 2019 Final Four Mens NCAA Basketball Tournament. The tournament will be at U.S. Bank Stadium April 6-8, and is expected to draw 120,000 people from outside of the Twin Cities area.

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Golden Valley has changed where firearms can be sold or repaired within city limits, after an ordinance was passed at the city council meeting Feb. 19. Previously, firearms retailers could be in any commercial zone, but can now only operate in industrial zones.

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The commemoration of Black History Month in February has deep roots here in Golden Valley and offers a reminder of how the community has been impacted by racism and how it has striven to overcome that scourge.

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Fifty-five Robbinsdale Cooper High School students will be dolled up, dressed to the nines and saturated in hair product for the opening of the winter musical “Hairspray,” directed by Gretchen Wurzer.