Eden Prairie has been named one of the greenest cities in the U.S. by Insurify, according to a news release from the insurance comparison company.
The Picha Heritage Farm hosts its 20th annual plant sale with online ordering starting now and plant pickups at the farm beginning May 6.
An additional grant from the Eden Prairie Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund will go to help feed children on the weekends.
Annual physicals; eyeglass prescription renewals; dental cleanings. All of these non-essential healthcare services have been put on hold as doctors from optometrists to dentists struggle to stay socially distanced from the few patients who require emergency services unrelated to the COVID-19…
SouthWest Transit may have drastically cut its services in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, but that doesn’t mean its drivers are just twiddling their thumbs.
Golfing and other outdoor recreational activities are now allowed during the stay-at-home order, according to an executive order Gov. Tim Walz signed Friday, April 17.
A winter storm watch is in effect for the area from Sunday morning through Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
The Eden Prairie Community Foundation has awarded its first grants from its recently created COVID-19 Response Fund, an April 8 news release from the foundation says.
Building community and positive habits are two vital pieces of recovery from substance abuse disorder. But the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown patterns of recovery into disarray, and treatment facilities in the southwest metro have quickly pivoted to compensate for those changes.
The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners on April 7 awarded thousands of dollars in aquatic invasive species prevention grants to eight groups.
Frank Ragnow has never forgot where he came from. The community he grew up in. The people that helped him get to where he is now, a third-year National Football League starting center for the Detroit Lions.
The city of Eden Prairie wants to know how its residents are doing as they weather the COVID-19 pandemic and the social and economic instability that comes with it.
"Prince was known for his secretive 'pop-up' concerts at Paisley Park. He would slyly announce the concert with just hours-notice and welcome all who arrived," states a Paisley Park press release.
Pandemics are scary enough without the isolation that comes along with social distancing, economic turmoil and quarantine.
With the tune of “You Are My Sunshine” drifting over the parking lot of The Waters of Excelsior senior living community, under a bright blue sky, it was easy to forget the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic for a moment.
There are a total of 398 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota – up 52 cases from March 26, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
It’s strange to be a community engagement professional in a time of social distancing. Just ask Sandra Filardo, whose life − both professional and personal − centers on community.
The Eden Prairie Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund has raised $15,000 in the week since it opened, executive director Mark Weber told Eden Prairie News in an email.
Eden Prairie Liquor closed one of its stores and will limit hours at its other two locations beginning March 23, the city-run liquor store announced in an email.
An Eden Prairie resident has won franchisee of the year from Handyman Connection, a national home repair company, the company announced in a news release.
It was mostly business as usual at Eden Prairie’s March 17 City Council meeting, albeit with a few asides from Mayor Ron Case and Council members about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic which drastically altered daily life in the week prior.
Two local legislators have introduced bills in the Minnesota House and Senate that would limit how much time young students can spend on screens during the school day.
On March 16, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz ordered high-traffic areas like restaurants, fitness centers and breweries to close in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Minnesota.
As schools close and federal, state and local officials call for many gathering spaces and service industry businesses to close their doors, the families and individuals who rely on food shelves for their nutrients still need help.
The Eden Prairie Community Foundation has created a COVID-19 Response Fund to support local nonprofits, the foundation said in a news release on March 16.
When Matthew Koshmrl moved to South Korea in 2009, it was to teach English, not spend six years filming a documentary there. But that's what happened when Koshmrl, a documentary filmmaker and Eden Prairie native, learned about the small, rocky island of Dokdo.
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