The St. Louis Park City Council has approved bid contracts totaling a little more than $6.8 million with 15 contractors to build the new building at the Westwood Hills Nature Center.
Dani Cameranesi is welcomed by students, parents and alumni of The Blake School during a Nov. 29 hockey game. The school honored Cameranesi for her accomplishments as a hockey player for the school, the University of Minnesota and the 2018 U.S. Olympic team. The on-ice ceremony at the school…
Activist Abdi Mohamed will appear on “Republican Roundtable” in December to discuss cultural issues and the Conservative movement. Republican Roundtable is produced by the Senate District 50 and 63 Republicans and is hosted by Max Rymer.
Senior guard Dlayla Chakolis of the Hopkins High girls basketball team passed the 1,000 mark in career points Dec. 7 as the Royals sped past Tartan 98-70 in a non-conference game.
I’m writing, to the contrary of many others, to support the crime-free multi housing city ordinance. Crime-free multi housing was first piloted in 1995 at Meadowbrook. I saw the results of the program during my 23 years of service. Good tenants weren’t being evicted. Bad tenants who created …
The St. Louis Park School Board on Nov. 26 received an update on the recommended name change for Cedar Manor School, approved bids for $8.4 million in renovations at the school and received an update on the district’s study and community outreach on the start and end times of school days.
For just over three decades, contaminated soils and groundwater at the former site of a tar distillation plant in St. Louis Park have been tested, sampled, treated and monitored in an effort to mitigate the creosote oil and coal tar whose toxic compounds made their way into the ground and im…
Applications are being accepted for a contest to determine who will represent St. Louis Park in the Miss/Teen/Preteen Minnesota International contest, to be held in March in Minneapolis.
The 127-year-old lakeside house used by the Wayzata Community Sailing Center is torn down Dec. 4 to make way for the nonprofit sailing school’s new building. The sailing center, which is nearing its $4 million fundraising goal for the project, will construct a modern-style one-story, 21-foot…
Understanding addiction and having a role in prevention has become a personal mission for Plymouth resident Sadie Holland, whose life was impacted at an early age by a drunken driver.
Wayzata Public Schools is in need of volunteers for the district’s literacy volunteer program, which pairs adults with elementary students who are struggling with reading.
Hopkins Police Captain Erik Husevold received the “40 Under 40” award from the International Association of Chiefs of Police during its annual conference in October. The award recognizes law enforcement professionals from around the world who are under the age of 40 and exemplify leadership …
A sign designating the Wayzata segment of U.S. Highway 12 as “Officer Bill Mathews Memorial Highway” will serve as a reminder to motorists of the fallen Wayzata police officer. Two signs were recently installed along the highway following state legislative approval this past spring. Mathews,…
The first of what could be many showdowns between the Minnetonka and Edina boys aquatics teams ended with a 541-489 Tonka victory Saturday, Dec. 8, at the Minnetonka Invitational.
Little does one know that Minnetonka is home to a distillery that produces the world’s largest selection of bitters. That company is Dashfire Bitters, which produces 22 flavors ranging from the expected to the unique.
An Excelsior streetcar was permanently transferred Dec. 4 to the Como-Harriet Streetcar Line in Minneapolis. In exchange, a streetcar from that location was transferred to the Excelsior Street Line.
The Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper co-op boys hockey team made the 6AA section quarterfinals last season after earning a No. 8 seed with a 10-13-2 overall record.
Class 6A Prep Bowl runner-up Eden Prairie leads the 2018 All-West District prep football team with eight selections.
Wayzata Public Schools’ Young Scientist Roundtable series will return Wednesday, Dec. 12, at Wayzata Central Middle School, 305 Vicksburg Ln. N., Plymouth.
Senior Cole Priem and junior Jake Breitbach are two starters back on the Robbinsdale Armstrong boys basketball team this season.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will return 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, with a stop near West Lake Street and Library in St. Louis Park. This stop will be hosted by St. Louis Park Emergency Program and the city and is presented by The Webb Group-ReMax Results.