Like Cher, Prince and Madonna, Peyton Scott Russell prefers a mononym: Peyton, though he’s also donned the titles Sprayfinger and DAESK.
House fires, boating accidents, babies born on the side of the road, returning owls to their nests — after 30 years at the Chanhassen Fire Department, Jack Atkins has seen it all.
At Merlin’s Ace Hardware in Chanhassen, everything from canning supplies to paint buckets have been flying off the shelves since March.
Healthcare workers at Ridgeview Medical Center, based on Waconia, have begun receiving the first dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine.
Last Friday, Dec. 11, Diane Foster and husband Phil Ives had a backyard recreational fire at their Carver Bluffs home.
Ridgeview, an independent healthcare system that serves the southwest metro, has named a new vice president of Medical Affairs.
Eligible Carver County residents impacted by COVID-19 can now receive gift cards for gas, groceries or mass transit.
The show must go on: the Arboretum’s winter lights show is returning for the fourth year with some socially-distanced twists.
According to a 2019 WalletHub study, Minnesota is the second-best state in the nation for working moms. But as COVID-19 restrictions continue and school is in full swing, balancing it all gets even more complicated.
A remotely operated vehicle is the newest tool addition to the Carver County Sheriff's Office, according to an office press release.
Eligible families can now receive a free laptop in a move to close the digital divide in Carver County.
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.
After the cancellation of much of its fall and winter programming, the Chanhassen Parks and Recreation Department is starting a new league — "esports."
Chanhassen resident Greg Krauska has earned the President’s Volunteer Service Award for the second time for his work with disaster relief nonprofit ShelterBox USA.
“Are you feeling feverish? Do you have a headache? A loss of taste or smell?” Tanadoona Registration Consultant Rachael Chapman asked 7-year-old Archer Hogas.
WeCAB, a nonprofit organization providing safe, affordable and flexible transportation to Carver County and Westonka residents in need, has now fully resumed service.
Carver County will be using its federal funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) to launch new COVID-19 relief programs aimed to help residents and small businesses in the county, according to a Monday press release.
A toddler dances; a couple sets up a picnic. Across the pavilion, a woman cradles her dog while another settles on a park bench with a book.
After 30 years with the city of Chanhassen, Recreation Superintendent Jerry Ruegemer is taking over as Parks and Recreation director on Aug. 1.
The Chanhassen City Council voted Monday to delay all planned road construction projects to 2021 or later, following a loss of state funding due to COVID-19.
St. Hubert Catholic Community in Chanhassen is collecting supplies for a Minneapolis neighborhood clinic through Sunday, Aug. 2.
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