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For the first time ever, two Minneapolis Public Schools students have been selected to sit on the Board. The Minneapolis Board of Education has announced Patrick Henry High School junior Kennedy … more
On Jan.10, 2022, the new Minneapolis City Council met for the first time and elected two southwest area council members to lead the council this term. Ward 8 Council Member Andrea Jenkins was elected … more
The METRO Green Line Extension recently provided long-sought clarity regarding the anticipated completion of civil construction and opening day. Civil construction is now anticipated to be complete … more
The non-profit electronics recycler Tech Dump just celebrated its 10th anniversary. With retail outlets now in St. Paul and Golden Valley, they provide an affordable, reliable source of refurbished … more
A long-time dream of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Film Society (MSP Film) is about to come to fruition. The site of the MSP Film Society at St. Anthony Main Theatre, 115 SE Main in Minneapolis, has … more
At 25, Sarah* doesn’t speak to her dad. And she points the finger squarely at him and how he treated her before and after her parents’ divorce.She knows that people often blame mom when a … more
Community members gathered in front of the Governor’s Residence on Jan. 4, 2022, in remembrance of Dolal Idd, who was shot and killed by Minneapolis police officers on Dec. 30, 2020. Activists … more
Finances and tax preparation can be challenging for even the most experienced. For many families and individuals who are also living on a low to moderate income, the challenges can be enormous.Enter … 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
Help NENA plan for the future Our organization is collecting feedback from our community on how to right-size our organization and updated priorities. Please participate in NENA’s online survey … more
REP. DAVNIE WON'T SEEK REELECTIONState Representative Jim Davnie (DFL-Minneapolis) has announced he will not seek reelection to the Minnesota House of Representatives in the 2022 general … more
RedistrictING meetings COMING UPDates and times for all remaining meetings on the redrawing city council and park and recreation board districts are now set. These meetings are all public and can be … more
Many buildings that serve Native Americans across the Twin Cities are outdated and dilapidated, making it even tougher to help those in need, according to Dr. Joe Hobot, president and CEO of the … more
By SUSAN SCHAEFER Much has been written about the benefits of exercise and being outdoors to beat the blues. According to a recent report from the American Psychological Association, “There … more
Families from Minnesota and around the country who have lost loved ones to police violence stood together outside the Hennepin County Courthouse on Dec. 8, 2021 in support of the Wright family. It … more
Bob’s Barber Shop on 34th Avenue and 50th Street is unlike many barbershops portrayed in popular media. In some ways, getting a haircut at Bob’s is more like spending time in the kitchen … 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
The Lake Street Council has unveiled sneak peek images of a new outdoor art installation coming to Lake Street. A heart-shaped “We Love Lake Street” sculpture designed by the Chicago … more
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