MINNEAPOLIS— City officials have accepted a $3.7 million personal guaranty as proof of East Phillips Neighborhood Institute’s (EPNI) ability to pay its share of the $11.4 million purchase price of the Roof Depot site in south Minneapolis.
Minnesota United announced today that the Loons will be one of more than 10 MLS clubs from across North America selected to participate in preseason matches and training sessions during the Coachella Valley Invitational (CVI) at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. This will be Minnesota’s second-consecutive year participating in the Southern California-based invitational.
LAKE CITY— Construction on Highway 61 between Lake City and Red Wing is complete, and the road is fully open again to traffic, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
MINNEAPOLIS— A Red Lake man has been sentenced to 64 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for involuntary manslaughter resulting from a drunk-driving crash that resulted in the death of his passenger, announced U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger.
BLOOMINGTON— Unofficial election results show six returning members and one new member will serve on the city council starting in 2024. Bloomington residents also approved a local options sales tax to fund $155 million in community investments.
ST. LOUIS PARK— Following tabulation of ranked-choice voting results, St. Louis Park mayoral candidate Nadia Mohamed was declared the winner, receiving 58.4% of the vote (4,595 total). She defeated Dale A. Anderson, who received 41.2% of the vote (3,239 total).
In serene pastures where nature whispers, a unique form of healing thrives, uniting humans and horses in a silent language of growth and healing.
The pageantry and excitement of NCAAF goes far beyond the field of play. These storied programs and traditions have a profound effect on the culture, identity, and economy of college towns across America.
The Justice Department announced today that it has opened a civil pattern or practice investigation into the City of Lexington, Mississippi, and the Lexington Police Department (LPD). Lexington is a town of approximately 1,600 people, located about an hour outside of the state’s capitol in Jackson, Mississippi.
Nearly 1 in 3 deaths from non-melanoma skin cancer is caused by working under the sun, according to joint estimates by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) published today.
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Katalin Novák of Hungary to NATO Headquarters on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2023, to discuss Sweden’s accession to the Alliance, support to Ukraine, and the situation in the Middle East.