St. Louis Park and Hopkins voters will vote for U.S. president, U.S. senator, legislative races and judicial races during the General Election Tuesday, Nov. 3.
The Hopkins City Council reviewed a concept plan for a five-story, 44-unit apartment building on what is currently the parking lot for the Hopkins Village development at the southwest corner of Mainstreet and Sixth Avenue South.
The Hopkins Police Department's traditional jail tour was replaced with a family friendly drive-thru haunted house at the Hopkins Public Works building Oct. 24. The event, hosted by the Hopkins Police, offered families a socially distanced opportunity to get some candy and enjoy some spooky fun.
Hennepin County Board of Commissioner District 6 candidates Chris LaTondresse of Hopkins and Dario Anselmo of Edina discussed key issues facing the county during a virtual League of Women Voters forum.
Benilde-St. Margaret’s boys soccer earned the No. 2 seed in Section 5A, opening with a 4-3 win against No. 7 Fridley Thursday, Oct. 15. BSM (9-3-0) scored three times in the second half to advance to the Oct. 20 semifinals against Blake with goals from Drew Clark, Matt Virginia and Hans Backes.
Community members can dress up their two- and four-legged monsters for the fourth annual Halloween in Hopkins happening 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31. In light of COVID-19, the event won’t include trick-or-treating, however JCI Hopkins will weave a web of outdoor photo booths along Main…
The COVID-19 pandemic has left people isolated and stressed, but for victims of domestic violence, the impact of this crisis has been uniquely harsh.
Now open in Hopkins is Panka Natural Health, where husband and wife team Dr. Jacob and Dr. Haley Panka are making it their mission to offer patients health and healing by getting to the root cause through naturopathic medicine.
The Hopkins City Council unanimously approved the preliminary 2021 budget and tax levy, which includes a 2.8% levy increase from 2020, though the council has expressed desire to reduce the levy increase before the final adoption in December.
All voters in Minnesota can vote early by absentee either in person or by mail for the Nov. 3 General Election.
After being closed since mid-March, the Hopkins Activity Center will slowly begin to reopen to senior programming starting in October.
The City of Hopkins has established a Small Business Emergency Assistance Loan program to provide forgivable, no-interest loans of up to $5,000 to assist eligible small businesses in Hopkins impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the days become shorter and cooler, people are beginning to look for hobbies that can be enjoyed indoors.
It was a sad day as long-time customers stopped by William H. McCoy Petroleum Aug. 29 for one final fill-up and farewell on its last day of operation.
The Hopkins City Council on Aug. 18 approved three programs, to provide economic support to businesses and individuals, after receiving nearly $1.5 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. The federal funding is to assist with expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic r…
The City of Hopkins is working with the Hopkins School District to lease the Hopkins Activity Center for the 2020-21 school year.
Those interested in spending some of the last few days of summer at the lake might be disappointed to learn some of the beaches in Hennepin County have recently closed due to unsafe levels of E. coli bacteria in the water.
In honor of National Dog Day, which is Aug. 26, Rachel Mairose, the founder and executive director of Secondhand Hounds, reflects on her mission for the Minnetonka-based animal rescue and gives some advice to those looking considering adopting or fostering a furry friend.
The Hopkins Public Works Department received the 2020 Salt Symposium Environmental Leadership Award Aug. 5 after taking several steps this past year to decrease road salt use. This was done with equipment and training upgrades and with a pilot residential salt recycling program, according to…
The 10th annual ArtStreet may have gotten a delayed start this year, but all six sculptures are now in place throughout downtown Hopkins ready for viewers to cast their votes.
Stages Theatre Company is on a journey to create new ways to serve the theater’s mission. When faced with new challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the company adapted to provide engaging and meaningful theater experiences for youth.
There’s no doubt the fall sports season will look different in several ways, from the limited events and shrinking the length of the season to keeping contests within conferences without any of the big invitationals typically set to begin later this month and continue into November.