A 37-year-old Golden Valley man was charged with theft after allegedly stealing from the Park Center girls basketball booster club.
Members of the Robbinsdale Area Schools community filled the board room March 18 for a listening session. Speakers shared either support or dismay over the reassignment of longtime Armstrong High School Principal David Dahl.
After a listening session March 18, the Robbinsdale Area School Board went into regular session and announced the board would be going into a closed session to discuss “preliminary allegations or charges against an individual subject to the board’s authority.”
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…
The Golden Valley League of Women Voters will host a presentation and discussion on the future of waste hauling in the city 9:45 to 11:45 a.m. Saturday, March 23 at the Brookview Valley North Room, 316 Brookview Parkway South, Golden Valley.
A 5K run and silent auction for the benefit of the 30-Days Foundation will be hosted by the New Hope Women of Today Saturday, April 27 at Bassett Creek Park, 6001 32nd Ave. N., Crystal.
Rose McGee said she applied for the Bush Fellowship program seven times. The first was around 20 years ago, then a couple of years between then and now, and a consecutive three-year push beginning in 2016.
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.
The New Hope Women of Today invite members and nonmembers to their March meeting “Spring Thaw” 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 25 at Holy Nativity Church, 3900 Winnetka Ave. N., New Hope.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness will present a workshop highlighting the role of community in overcoming mental illness 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, at Calvary Center Apartments, 7650 Golden Valley Rd., Golden Valley.
This year’s annual Robbinsdale Area Schools State of the District address March 14 had a centralized theme: “See all. Serve all. Support all.”
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.”
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz greeted the children of Sonja Jacobsen’s preschool class at Meadow Lake Elementary School in New Hope March 12 for his final stop of five-day statewide school tour where he highlighted his proposals for a beefed up education budget. After a conversation with the child…
Cool, crisp autumn Friday nights in Bloomington used to be for enjoying the evening’s high school football game at Bloomington Stadium.
After a phrase by U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar that eventually prompted a Congressional resolution denouncing hate, Minnesota Sen. Ron Latz issued a statement saying he condemns her comments.
Parents, students and district stakeholders voiced concerns regarding the reassignment of longtime Armstrong High School Principal David Dahl during a Robbinsdale Area Schools community engagement session March 7 in the high school auditorium.
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…
The decision to place Armstrong High School Principal David Dahl on special assignment for the 2019-20 school was sent to Armstrong High School families Monday afternoon.
A community engagement discussion on the potential change of school start times has begun in the Robbinsdale Area School District, kicking off Feb. 26 during a World Cafe discussion at Sandburg Middle School in Golden Valley.
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…
TRANSITion, winter to spring celebrations at the Hubbard Marketplace in downtown Robbinsdale, will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturdays, March 16 and 23.
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…
An exhibit on the work of Warner E. Sallman will be on view beginning March 10 at the Covenant Village Fellowship Center, 5800 St. Croix Ave N., Golden Valley.
The Caritas Vocal Ensemble will perform a benefit concert 3-4:30 p.m. Sunday, March 17, at Valley of Peace Lutheran Church, 4735 Bassett Creek Dr., Golden Valley.
The ninth annual Robbinsdale Area Schools Empty Bowls event will be 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, at Robbinsdale Cooper High School, 8230 47th Ave. N., New Hope.
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.
Wilbur Winkelman, a fifth-grade teacher at Lakeview Elementary in Robbinsdale, has been selected as a semifinalist for the 2019 Minnesota Teacher of the Year.
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.
Hopkins Mayor Molly Cummings, Plymouth City Councilmember Judy Johnson and Brooklyn Park resident Reva Chamblis are among the 16 appointees to the Metropolitan Council.
The New Hope Police Department conducted alcohol and tobacco license compliance checks in December, leading to two violations. The New Hope City Council reviewed the violations and imposed penalties at the Feb. 11 meeting.
The public is invited to the February New Hope Women of Today meeting 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25, at Holy Nativity Church, 3900 Winnetka Ave. N., New Hope.
February is American Heart Month, but for Mary Smith, every month for the rest of her life will be heart month. A small battery-powered contraption in her body won’t let her forget it, for good reason.
Tweets from U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar about an advocacy group for American-Israeli relations have drawn criticism from Minnesota Sen. Ron Latz, among many other politicians.