The Chanhassen Lions Club is once again selling Christmas trees. Residents can bundle up and venture to the Cub Foods parking lot, 7900 Market Blvd., Chanhassen to get their Christmas tree.
A business fire about a year ago at School of the Wise caused owners Brandon and Ashley Wallis to re-examine what they were doing — what they wanted the rest of their lives to look like.
Loons Landing Brewery, a new establishment preparing to enter the Twin Cities beer scene, plans to put down roots in the south metro.
Pondering things that go well together, one's mind might wander to peanut butter and jelly, or salt and pepper.
Masha M. Yevzelman, a Fredrikson & Byron tax attorney was awarded the Friend of the Profession Award by the Board of directors of the Minnesota Society of CPAs. Yevzelman was recognized at the MNCPA annual meeting on Aug. 11.
The Chanhassen City Council unanimously approved the final plat and development contract for the Avienda development, creating five outlots and the dedication of public right-of-way for Bluff Creek Boulevard, Avienda Parkway and Sunset Trail, at its July 12 meeting.
Amazon MSP1 in Shakopee, the company’s largest fulfillment center in Minnesota, celebrated its fifth anniversary on July 27.
IWCO Direct, a Chanhassen-based direct mail and marketing business, recently announced its plan to invest $50 million in its system. The announcement followed company board approval on June 2.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum has received $20,000 in an urban agriculture award, given by the Urban Agriculture Resilience Program, according to an Arboretum press release.
Brian Podgorski used to spend every Sunday morning walking the streets of a local farmers market. He and his then-girlfriend, Nikki, spent their first days as a couple sipping coffee, chatting with vendors and offhandedly talking about how fun it would be to someday become vendors themselves.
The local immigrant entrepreneurs behind a newly-launched clothing and lifestyle brand will soon begin selling their designs at Mall of America.
Chef and television star Guy Fieri's virtual restaurant chain, Flavortown Kitchen, is now open in Minnesota.
Missing a local driving range? After almost three years, the Golf Zone in Chanhassen could be reopening under new ownership as soon as late February.
Tony Donatell started out in the gas station business 12 years ago — well, an 6,000-square-foot Eagan gas station with a big kitchen.
The sixth annual "Andy and Bing Christmas" show at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres will be broadcast for free on Christmas Day in hopes of uniting families kept apart by COVID-19.
Looking to buy a piece of Chanhassen history? The iconic sign for the former Chanhassen Inn, which hosted everyone from visiting families to big-time celebrities, is going up for sale.
Local restaurant owners felt better prepared returning to takeout service last month under Gov. Tim Walz’s four-week dining restrictions, having already adapted their kitchens for to-go orders during a months-long shutdown earlier this year. But that doesn’t make the financial toll any easie…
Waconia’s Winery at Sovereign Estates has opened its Spirit of Winter drive-through music and light show for the holiday season.
Editor's note: This story was written before Governor Walz announced new restrictions barring all in-person service at bars and restaurants.
Two new homes and a private street can be built on Frontier Trail after the preliminary and final plats were approved by Chanhassen City Council on Monday.
The Chanhassen City Council unanimously approved a preliminary tax levy of $12,066,700, a $325,332, or 2.77%, increase from last year.
The Chanhassen City Council has approved the final plat for the Bluffs at Lake Lucy, a new residential development that has been years in the making.
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