Park Board seeks public input on north Minneapolis park plans

Park Board seeks public input on north Minneapolis park plans

Park Board seeks committee members for north Mpls. park updates in coming years.

North Loop becoming the place to be for retail

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North Loop becoming the place to be for retail
Innovative, independent retail sites hope to be the right fit for a surging neighborhood
Variety

Rosenblum: North Market serves up community goodness in Minneapolis

January 22
Rosenblum: North Market serves up community goodness in Minneapolis
Residents are excited about upcoming full-service grocery store in what was a "food desert."
Minneapolis
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Minneapolis 2017 election

Minneapolis 2017 election
Minneapolis
January 23

1972 hoops brawl made for one nasty night in U's sports history

It erupted 45 years ago this week near the end of the Gophers-Ohio State basketball game at Williams Arena.
Minneapolis
January 21
Ward 1 - Kevin Reich Minneapolis City Council Member

As redevelopment comes to Northeast's Lowry Av., people prepare for change

Housing will replace abandoned buildings.
Minneapolis
January 21

ZRS Winter Healing Expo

Participants at the Minneapolis event were able to explore different healing arts like aromatherapy, crystal energy, chakra balancing, henna and others.
Minneapolis
January 21

In heart of North Loop, a new office building becomes architectural attraction

The North Loop’s makeover in the past 20 years has given new life to brick-and-timber warehouses that once housed factories, car and implement dealers and…
South Metro
January 21

Snelling busway gets strong start; don't count on extension soon

Unlike the south metro's Red Line, at least so far, the A Line from south Minneapolis to Roseville is reporting solid ridership results.
South Metro
January 21

'I felt like I was going to die,' one of five shot at Clark protest testifies

Teven King, 20, said he and others confronted Allen Scarsella before the shots were fired.
East Metro
January 20

Father of two slain outside Mpls. club Jan. 8 remembered as family man who avoided trouble

Friends and relatives described William Irvin, 35, as a dedicated family man, who lived quietly in his North St. Paul apartment.
West Metro
January 20

Some Starbucks to open later following early morning robberies

In the past month, gunmen have stormed into at least four Starbucks stores in Minneapolis, Richfield and St. Louis Park just as they opened.
Minneapolis
January 20
Protesters followed a police escort during Friday's anti-Trump march t...

About 2,000 protesters converge in downtown Mpls. to protest Trump

Protesters criticized the new president's views on immigration, climate change and women's rights.
West Metro
January 20

Mpls. child care director charged with nearly $200K in fraud

The Salama Child Care Center in Minneapolis had its license revoked in 2015.
Minneapolis
January 20

State pledges $400K to shrink number of Indian foster care kids

Disproportionate child numbers called "unacceptable,"and $400,000 will fund program mirroring successful effort for African-Americans.
Minneapolis
January 20

Minneapolis seeks to make taprooms dog-friendly

Minneapolis considering plan to tweak health codes so that doors can be open to pooches.
Local
January 20

The forgotten architects behind the Foshay and other iconic Mpls. buildings

Magney and Tusler was founded 100 years ago, and its buildings define Minneapolis: the old MacPhail, Calhoun Beach Club, the Minneapolis Woman's Club and many more.
Minneapolis
January 20

Thor Construction headquarters project gets Target backing

The $36 million project will include offices and retail on the north side of Minneapolis.
North Metro
January 19

Bottineau Blue Line LRT gains key federal approval

Construction expected to begin in 2018.
Minneapolis
January 19
When Minneapolis' sick-leave ordinance was unanimously approved in May, some City Council members stood to applaud. Now the rules are being challenged in court.

Court gives OK to Mpls. sick leave rule, but only for employers in city

The judge would not grant an injunction based on the argument that state law pre-empts the rule.
Minneapolis
January 19

MPCA and Northern Metal could reach settlement by the end of January

The plant would leave the metro, pay settlement to Hawthorne community.
TV & Media
January 19

Mpls. radio exec dies in Puerto Rico trying to save son from drowning

"You want people like him in your life. … he always put others first."
Minneapolis
January 19

Metro Transit's police HQ will be moving into the North Loop

Address: 560 6th Ave. N., Minneapolis Type: Public Size: 62,552 square feet Cost: $27.5 million Developer: Metropolitan Council Architect: Snow Kreilich Architects Details: Work is…