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June 22, 2015
Plymouth senior complex, Trillium Woods, is latest in debate over tree preservation
Plymouth activist against axing trees for senior living center.By Kelly Smith email@example.com
May 4, 2015
Plymouth residents question city putting transit advisory group on hold
After Plymouth put a citizens advisory group on indefinite hold, some residents are criticizing the city for a lack of public input and transparency.The City…
April 23, 2015
Calling it her gift to the future, great-grandmother in Plymouth goes solar
An array of solar panels was installed last week on the roof of Alice Ellison's home, and the retired educator is also talking the panels up.
April 7, 2015
Construction to start on Plymouth's Northwest Greenway in July
The 1-mile portion of the Northwest Greenway is expected to open this fall.
State + Local
March 31, 2015
West metro cities seek state funding for special projects
Several west metro cities are at the Minnesota State Capitol this year asking for state aid for several projects — everything from a Lake Minnetonka pier to ice arena renovations in Plymouth.
March 24, 2015
More west metro police departments start fitness programs
To cope with stressful and often sedentary jobs, more police departments are emphasizing physical fitness for their officers.
March 12, 2015
Minneapolis man charged with kidnapping 4-year-old from his back yard
The suspect knew the boy and his family, police say.
March 11, 2015
Plymouth musical arranger helps 'The Voice' hit right notes
Adi Yeshaya, a McNally Smith College of Music faculty member and Plymouth resident, creates arrangements for the NBC show.
February 14, 2015
Revenue light from first year of Minneapolis' park-dedication law
Minneapolis' first-year fee to improve green space made little revenue compared with the suburbs.
Odor complaints in Plymouth
January 16, 2015
Plymouth residents raise stink over odor from growing roses
Len Busch Roses isn't popular right now with some of its neighbors, who are raising a stink over the stench coming from wood chips burned to warm greenhouses.
Smaller suburban lots
December 28, 2014
More Twin Cities suburbs are opting for smaller home lots
Minnetonka, where the city's last farm is being turned into its largest subdivision of single-family homes since the 1990s, is among cities now allowing smaller lots.
December 14, 2014
Smiths Medical will move headquarters to Plymouth
The device firm will relocate more than 400 workers by 2016 with plans for future expansion.
December 9, 2014
Night was cold, but hearts were warm
About two dozen hardy and large-hearted souls slept outside in cardboard boxes, tents and cars last week to raise money for and awareness of the…
December 8, 2014
Suspect in more than 60 burglaries across Twin Cities arrested
A suspect who police say may be responsible for more than 60 burglaries across the Twin Cities is in Hennepin County jail awaiting charges.After a…
December 2, 2014
Plymouth teen honored for collecting 1M books for kids in need
Plymouth teen Maria Keller honored for collecting more than 1 million books for children in need.
October 7, 2014
Northwest Greenway in Plymouth moves forward
The 350-acre nature preserve and trail system has taken 15 years of planning. Now, trails are being built.
October 3, 2014
Reward offered in search of Plymouth playground arsonists
Officials are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for anyone with information leading to the identity of arsonists who set fire to a Plymouth…
September 2, 2014
Suburban police face retirements due to pension change
Several departments have lost experienced officers and longtime chiefs to retirement.
August 15, 2014
Arson suspected in fire that destroys new Plymouth playground
Authorities are investigating a suspected arson in Plymouth after a fire destroyed brand new playground equipment, causing $200,000 in damage. Just hours before city crews…
August 5, 2014
City celebrates I-494 getting third lane in Plymouth
It was the last stretch of the well-traveled interstate without a third lane. The city of Plymouth had lobbied for it for more than a decade.
June 3, 2014
West metro cities learn the fate of their state funding requests
Excelsior, Plymouth and Wayzata are trying to decide what to do next after their requests were rejected.
May 6, 2014
West metro town briefs: Bloomington seeks community center volunteers
Bloomington City seeks community center volunteers The city’s Human Services Division is seeking volunteers for a variety of positions, including lunch servers, flower club helpers,…
April 30, 2014
MnDOT finds $25 million to put a third lane on I-494 in Plymouth
The city of Plymouth’s quest to get a third lane built on Interstate 494 cleared a major hurdle this week when the Minnesota Department of…
April 29, 2014
West metro town briefs: Zimmerman to speak to GOP seniors
BLOOMINGTONZimmerman to speak to GOP seniorsFred Zimmerman, professor emeritus of manufacturing systems engineering at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, will speak at…
April 23, 2014
Plymouth denies dock on unusual 5-foot-wide Medicine Lake property
The zoning denial means the owner can't build on his narrow strip of land.
St. Thomas will 'involuntarily' leave MIAC by spring of 2021
WWII plane from D-Day to join in 75th anniversary
Mnuchin says Tubman $20 bill design delayed past 2020
Arraez emerges as Twins folk hero, but will he get to Target Field?
Trump demands end to Russia probes, walks out of Dem talks
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