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The last 20 years has provided a technological revolution, but educational outcomes have remained largely unchanged. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Minnesota has some of the … more
The 27th Avenue block between Lake and 31st Street bustled with community life. The block included a Latino night club, a popular Indian-Bangladeshi restaurant, and a community organization serving … more
It has been a little more than four months since Minneapolis Office of Performance and Innovation launched the Behavioral Crisis Response (BCR) team’s pilot project, Canopy Roots. It is the … more
Following a tragedy like the murder of George Floyd, it can be difficult for a community to see any glimmers of hope. But after his killing and the social unrest that followed, neighborhoods began to … more
A bodacious birthday bash draws far-flung fans. What took so long?To create something entirely new, never seen, touched or heard before – something that resonates deeply with the beholder … more
Amid complaints of a racist work environment raised by city employees and with a Human Resources investigation underway, a divided Minneapolis City Council approved the mayor’s nomination of … more
The Democratic Farmer Labor (DFL) Senate District 62 primary race between first-term incumbent Omar Fateh and union leader Shaun Laden is heating up as Fateh is facing questions about past campaign … more
Longfellow and Seward collaborateThe city council has approved a $15,000 contract with the Longfellow Community Council to provide administrative support and oversight of the Longfellow and Seward … more
This is part of a series about the 2022 municipal elections by the League of Women Voters Minneapolis. In November, you won’t see an obvious question on the ballot like last year’s … more
The primary election on August 9 will determine the candidates for the general election. The top vote-getter in each primary race will appear on the ballot in November. In Minnesota, any registered … more
This is part of a series about the 2022 municipal elections by the League of Women Voters Minneapolis.The Hennepin County Elections office has sene out postcards to registered voters. You may find … more
A consortium of Hennepin County Leagues of Women Voters (Brooklyn Park/Osseo/Maple Grove, Crystal/New Hope/East Plymouth/Robbinsdale, Edina, Golden Valley, Minneapolis, Minnetonka/Eden … more
Enjoy a family-friendly summer afternoon and raise money for neighborhood events and programs!Vie for the title of best kickball team in Nokomis East! Get an 8-10 person co-ed team together for the … more
Like many Master Gardeners, I volunteer at farmers’ markets every summer, answering yard and garden questions from the public. This year, I’ve gotten quite a few questions from people who … more
People gathered May 25-28, 2022 to commemorate the 2nd angelversary of George Floyd’s death. Others lost to police violence were remembered, and their families, who continue to push for change, … more
One year after law enforcement officers killed 32-year-old father and comedian Winston “Boogie” Smith Jr. at the top of an Uptown parking ramp, his family, friends and community members … more
Amid complaints of a racist work environment raised by city employees and with a human resources investigation underway, the Minneapolis City Council postponed their vote on the mayor’s … more
Despite initial fears that outside investors would scoop up properties along E. Lake Street after the 2020 Uprising, not a single one has been sold to outside interests, reported Lake Street Council … more
The U.S. Navy commissioned its newest littoral combat ship USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul (LCS 21) in Duluth, Minnesota, May 21, 2022.Rep. Betty McCollum, Minnesota 4th District, was the principal … more
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