After a study that created controversy last year, St. Louis Park is moving ahead with two traffic circles, narrowed streets, sidewalk additions and other changes in the Elmwood, Brooklawns and Brookside neighborhoods.
The Minnetonka Beyond the Arc: Empowering to Lead dinner and speaker series will be 4:30-8 p.m., Sunday Feb. 25, at Minnetonka High School, 18301 Hwy. 7, Minnetonka.
St. Louis Park author Aurora Whittet will deliver the speech, “Six Ways to Identify Your Soul Purpose” as part of the spring edition of the Unveiled Beauty: Cultivating YOU speaker series.
Private Adam Whitmore, 19, of Minnetonka High School, graduated Jan. 19 from the United States Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, California.
Mayor Jake Spano will present the 2018 State of the City address 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 8, at The Rec Center Banquet Room, 3700 Monterey Dr., St. Louis Park.
Officials are urging South Lake Minnetonka residents to check their carbon monoxide detectors after an incident happened in the early morning hours of Feb. 16 on Virginia Cove in Shorewood.
A 15-year-old pedestrian died Feb. 15 after he was struck by two vehicles at Highway 7 and Texas Avenue South in St. Louis Park.
A plan to build two fastpitch softball fields at Aquila Park moved ahead after the St. Louis Park City Council voted 6-1 to authorize bids for the project.
Armstrong High’s Nordic girls skiing standout finished second in the Section 6 Meet Feb. 5 as she led her team to the title at Theodore Wirth Park. Armstrong outscored second-place Wayzata 381-371.
Former Lake Minnetonka Association Executive Director Melissa Waskiewicz, 42, of Minneapolis, pleaded guilty last month to two counts of felony theft by swindle in Hennepin County District Court, for taking funds from the association. In exchange for her plea, seven additional counts against…
After going 0-4 the first half of the Lake Conference boys basketball season, the Minnetonka Skippers will shoot for their first win at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 16, at Eden Prairie.
Sean Kern, head coach of the Minnetonka High boys Nordic skiing team, was thrilled to see junior Luke Mackinnon qualify for the State Meet by placing sixth in the Section 2 Meet Feb. 8 at Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis.
The Excelsior City Council and a newly appointed task force is beginning to review the city’s single-family regulations and would like input from community members.
Even though the Wayzata High boys hockey team hasn’t been mentioned often in the Lake Conference title race this season, the Trojans still have a chance to earn a share of the championship.
Hopkins’ first memory café—a place for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers to gather and socialize with others who can relate—kicked off Feb. 6 at the Hopkins Library.
Five Lake Minnetonka chefs will battle it out 6:30-9 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22, at the sixth annual Sizzle for a Cause cooking competition and ICA Food Shelf fundraiser at the Lafayette Club, 2800 Northview Rd., Minnetonka Beach.
By next Thursday (Feb. 22), ice skaters might outnumber skiers at Hyland Hills Ski Area as the Bloomington slopes will host the United States Ice Cross (USIX) 2018 Riders’ Cup tour stop.
Eden Prairie junior Becca Divine stood on top of the podium at the state alpine meet Wednesday afternoon at Giant’s Ridge in Biwabik adding to an already decorated prep skiing career.
The threat of government shutdowns as a weapon should end, Minnesota House leaders said a Feb. 9 TwinWest Chamber of Commerce breakfast in Plymouth.
At the invitation of board members, 3rd District Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Eden Prairie) visited NorthWest Islamic Community Center in Plymouth to attend part of an afternoon prayer session and hold a community discussion Feb. 9.
Almost 2,000 high school hockey fans packed Pagel Activity Center to watch Minnetonka and Edina play for the Lake Conference boys lead on Saturday, Feb. 10.
A reception for “Sewing Voices: The Labor We Wear” will be 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, at the Sabes Jewish Community Center, 4330 Cedar Lake Road S. in St. Louis Park.
During last week’s Super Bowl broadcast, one of the more controversial ads was for Dodge Ram trucks. The ad used parts of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s last major sermon, two months before he was assassinated. King was heard saying that “greatness” comes to those who serve while depictions of pe…