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The civil unrest following George Floyd’s murder in 2020 delivered a double blow to Don Blyly, the longtime owner of the Chicago Avenue business with the double name: Uncle Edgar’s … more
Over the course of two lengthy meetings in April, the Senate District 63 Democratic Farmer Labor (DFL) party held its endorsing convention and endorsed three candidates to the state legislature.On … more
The Longfellow Community Council is looking for new volunteers for our board of directors. Our board is made up of passionate community leaders, like one of our newest board members, Annie Wang. … more
MAY DAY RETURNS MAY 1MayDay 2022 will look different from MayDays past. This year, instead of a parade there will be an art-filled political and cultural festival on May 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the … more
A new children's book explores a city park through the seasons. Edith Marie Karras has been taking pictures for over 30 years, and has lived in Minneapolis since 1985. She is a Powderhorn resident. … more
Dight Ave is no longer named after a man who launched a crusade to bring the eugenics movement to Minnesota and wrote fan letters to Hitler. Instead, it has been renamed to honor John Cheatham, a man … more
The state and city redistricting processes have concluded, and thousands of Minneapolis residents will be in new legislative districts for the upcoming Aug. 9 primary and Nov. 8 general elections. At … more
Bennett Olupo is the new Longfellow Community Council Community Organizer.Olupo joined LCC in 2022 after teaching at Shakopee West Middle School. Before teaching at Shakopee, Olupo taught physics and … more
The residents of Amber Apartments are ready for the next step. They don’t need a homeless shelter, sober house or other intensive supports. They just need affordable housing.That’s … more
New Leader for the 3rd Police PrecinctIn January, Interim Police Chief Amelia Huffman appointed Jose Gomez to be the new inspector of the Third Precinct to replace Sean McGinty who will be moving to … more
In fall 2021, The Longfellow Community Council’s new Equitable Housing and Development Committee (EHDC) set out to identify the challenges that current and potential residents are facing when … more
With its mid-month Valentine’s Day holiday, February is synonymous with love. And countless couples seal their love by entering committed relationships, whether marriage or domestic … more
Approximately 10 years ago the LTL International Leadership Institute organized a training mission for a team of Minneapolis firefighters to travel to our Sister City Eldoret, Kenya. The team was … more
Minnesota Commercial Railway has completed repairs on the troubled South 31st Avenue freight railroad bridge in Minneapolis’ Longfellow neighborhood, a key link in the freight rail network … more
2022 priority survey LCC is here to serve the needs of the Greater Longfellow community. To do that, we need to hear from you! What resources, programs or events are most needed in the community? How … more
The new executive director of the Longfellow Community Council has a passion for driving progressive social change to impact people’s lives for the better and help them see their own … more
Metropolitan Council Environmental Services, which operates the regional wastewater collection and treatment system, received the Public Works Project of the Year Award on Nov. 19 from the Minnesota … more
In 1909, 38th Street was barely a road or even only drawn on paper maps, especially close to the Mississippi River where this photo was taken. Most likely the photo was taken close to where 46th … more
U.S. Bank is donating its branch property at 2800 E. Lake Street to nonprofit community development corporation Seward Redesign. Seward Redesign will partner with 4RM+ULA, an architectural design … more
Ecumen is constructing a 100-unit senior housing community that will include 11 units designated for veterans who are experiencing homelessness. The aim of the Hillock project at Snelling and 45th … more
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