Jocque Warner, a general music teacher for Park Spanish Immersion Elementary School in the St. Louis Park School District, recently received a $2,500 Master Your Future Scholarship to Western Governors University, an online university based in Utah. The scholarship is designed for aspiring g…
Comcast announced plans Nov. 19 to equip more than 20 different locations in the Twin Cities with WiFi-connected “Lift Zones” before the end of 2020, including Perspectives Family Center in St. Louis Park.
Business is booming at Nordic Ware, prompting the St. Louis Park City Council to vote in favor of an expansion for the cookware manufacturer.
Union Congregational United Church of Christ in St. Louis Park has received a grant of $18,000 to enable its minister, the Rev. Barbara Martin, to participate in the 2020 National Clergy Renewal Program.
After Gov. Tim Walz announced an executive order with new restrictions for a four-week period, St. Louis Park is making its own changes to city amenities.
This past summer, six students from Eden Prairie High School and Benilde-St. Margaret’s School received sponsorships to participate in a virtual business, career and financial literacy camp, e-Minnesota Business Venture.
St. Louis Park author Margie Zats recently published “Dancing on a Silver Moon,” the sequel to her debut novel, “Alexandra the Grate – Who Insisted Life be Well Done.”
A statewide eviction moratorium is in place, but St. Louis Park city officials are seeking to ensure residents have advance notice before they can be evicted in the future.
No matter how many times visitors see it, the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is something to behold: a line of train cars rolls into an otherwise nondescript railroad crossing, bejeweled with hundreds of thousands of glittering LED lights. Shortly after its arrival, a boxcar door opens to re…
Should high school sports and activities be going on during a pandemic? That’s one of the several hot-button issues without a real clear, distinct answer.
For the third week in a row, Benilde-St. Margaret’s (3-3) played a really close game and for the second time emerged with the win – a 36-34 victory over Robbinsdale Cooper on senior night.
St. Louis Park will allow new, smaller residential housing units on existing single-family lots in the city.
St. Louis Park football closed out the six-game regular season with its toughest match up, yet, hosting No. 5 Chanhassen on Senior Night at St. Louis Park Stadium Nov. 11.
Periodic in-person classes for St. Louis Park Schools students are coming to a quick end amid rising COVID-19 cases, with the decision coming for some students on the very day they returned to school.
Development projects in Hopkins and St. Louis Park gained financial backing from the Metropolitan Council.
Two days after Election Day in 2016, Jaime Chismar designed a sign to welcome all to her St. Louis Park neighborhood. Four years later, the sign has been translated into nearly 40 languages and has traveled across the world.
Editor's Note: This column was completed Nov. 8, before area school districts decided to go to full distance learning no later than Nov. 20. Bloomington voted to allow the two remaining fall sports (football and volleyball) to finish their respective seasons.
A week after Benilde-St. Margaret’s held on for a 29-27 win at Bloomington Jefferson, the Red Knights (2-3) were on the opposite end of a 29-27 loss at Catholic rival Holy Angels in Richfield Nov. 6.
Old National Bank Foundation, philanthropic arm of Old National Bank, has provided a grant to Groves Academy, a private school in St. Louis Park.
Fare For All is offering holiday packages with turkeys for $30 each, with plans to serve more than 5,000 individuals in the metro area.
Jewelry designer Erica Molinari will provide a trunk showing of her collections 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day Nov. 12-14 at Max’s, 3826 Grand Way in St. Louis Park.
St. Louis Park, in partnership with local marketing firms, will cover the cost of up to $1,000 of new marketing services on a reimbursement basis for businesses seeking to gain customers during the pandemic.
Back in August, it was hard to believe a scenario where seven fall prep sports would ultimately have meaningful meets, modified section tournaments and even a version of a state meet (thanks cross country).
St. Louis Park-based JonnyPops and grocery store chain Kowalski’s Market are pairing up to provide in-store winter clothing donation boxes benefiting Joseph’s Coat and Sharing & Caring Hands.