A 37-year-old Golden Valley man was charged with theft after allegedly stealing from the Park Center girls basketball booster club.
The Brooklyn Park Planning Commission re-recommended approval of a speculative building at Scannell Properties NorthPark development area.
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.”
Ken Prillaman, former chief of the Brooklyn Park Fire Department, has been appointed as interim chief of the Excelsior Fire District, which also serves Shorewood, Deephaven, Tonka Bay and Greenwood.
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.
The Brooklyn Park City Council, in a working session last week, focused its attention to a park development, new turf fields at a local high school, in addition to herding pigs, chickens and goats.
North Hennepin Community College will host its third annual “Why Teach” event 4-6 p.m. Thursday, March 21, in the Grand Hall of the Center for Business and Technology, to honor future teachers, discuss critical issues in education and to listen to inspirational stories from teachers and educ…
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 Children’s Defense Fund-Minnesota will host its 2018-2019 Minnesota Kids Count event 8-9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 21, at Willow Lane Early Childhood Center, 7020 Perry Ave. N.
The Brooklyn Center City Council was not altogether electrified by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Worker’s Local 292’s letter of intent to purchase a city-owned property at 1601 James Circle.
Brooklyn Center’s City Council gave city staff members the go-ahead at its March 11 meeting to purchase a site at 1350 Shingle Creek Crossing to house its new municipal liquor store.
Three bridges along West Broadway/County Road 81 on the border of Robbinsdale and Minneapolis are poised for a complete reconstruction: one for northbound traffic, one for southbound traffic and one connecting from Lowry Avenue (County Road 153) to West Broadway Avenue.
Downtown Robbinsdale is welcoming the spring season March 23 with their “TRANSITion” event at Hubbard Marketplace, 4145 Hubbard Ave. N., Robbinsdale.
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.
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.”
Tucked into late February and early March is traditionally a special recognition period for school bus drivers across Minnesota—including those the north metro.
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…
Elected representatives and community members of Brooklyn Park and beyond came together to highlight a looming crisis for the country’s Liberian population at a March 10 press conference at Brooklyn Park City Hall.
Cool, crisp autumn Friday nights in Bloomington used to be for enjoying the evening’s high school football game at Bloomington Stadium.
For women and girls in developing nations, access to fundamental reproductive health information and feminine hygiene supplies is limited, if not scarce.
A 73-year-old Blaine man has pleaded guilty to criminal vehicular homicide in a drunken-driving crash that killed a Nowthen woman in Brooklyn Park last year.
A Robbinsdale man has been charged with multiple felonies in relation to an alleged assault in St. Louis Park.
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.
The Child Development Lab class at Park Center High School is looking for preschool-aged children ages 3-5 who are toilet trained to attend Park Center Playschool for approximately one to two hours per week for approximately eight weeks beginning April 11 or 12 through May 30 or 31.
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.