"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.
PLYMOUTH – The city of Plymouth will sweep streets citywide ahead of its annual water main flushing, set to begin the week of April 13.
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.
PLYMOUTH — The city of Plymouth launched a free app called myPlymouth powered by SeeClickFix where residents can connect with the city, according to a news release.
HOPKINS — Hopkins West Junior High Principal Leanne Kampfe was awarded the brand-new Minnesota Association of IB World Schools (MNIB) Leadership Award on March 12, according to a news release from the school district.
TONKA BAY — Families across the Lake Minnetonka area are stuck at home as schools across the state of Minnesota have closed and businesses and organizations order employees to work from home due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Sen. Scott Jensen (R-Chaska) issued a Facebook video and an accompanying statement Tuesday, voicing concerns regarding efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
MINNETONKA BEACH — When Steve Schussler and Sunhi Ryan-Schussler bought their home on Minnetonka Beach’s Huntington Point Road in 2017, it was meant to be their forever home. The couple quickly discovered an issue that threatened that notion, and it’s something former property owners had com…
MINNETONKA — Food shelves and emergency service providers in the Lake Minnetonka area have seen an increase in people reaching out for help as the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak causes people to lose work and has children home from school.
WAYZATA — The city of Wayzata is looking to better enforce its parking regulations by adding language that specifies how far a vehicle must be moved after the parking limit has expired.
The Victoria City Council adopted a resolution to extend the mayor-declared peacetime local emergency due to the COVID-19 health pandemic at a special meeting on March 19.
Ridgeview has no confirmed COVID-19 patients in any of its three hospitals (Waconia, Arlington, Le Sueur), as of Saturday, March 21, according to Lisa Steinbauer, marketing and communications director with Ridgeview Medical Center.
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Summer Teen Volunteer Program is seeking applicants for its Summer Teen Volunteer Program, according to a news release from the city.
Mount Olivet Lutheran Church in Plymouth is continuing with its weekly free community meal in the wake of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak — it’ll just be a little different.
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.
MINNETONKA — The city of Minnetonka held an emergency City Council meeting on Monday, March 16 to receive a briefing on the city’s response to COVID-19, according to a news release from the city.
MINNETONKA — The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) is closing its offices to the public until March 30 and staff will work remotely, according to a news release from the organization.
PLYMOUTH — The controversial Hollydale Golf Course development proposal is moving forward in the approval process after a nearly six-hour long City Council meeting on March 10.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz today signed Executive Order 20-02, authorizing the temporary closure of Minnesota K-12 public schools to students in order for school administrators and teachers to make long-term plans for the continuity of education and essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From grocery stores to public transit services, to nursing homes to jails, officials are taking steps to mitigate a growing number of cases of COVID-19, an illness caused by a new coronavirus impacting countries across the globe.
PLYMOUTH — The city of Plymouth is offering rebates for water efficiency improvement projects, according to a news release from the city.
SHOREWOOD — Steve Bernstein has been a professional photographer for 45 years, picking up a camera and taking photos when he was a teenager. He’d take photos around his hometown of San Diego, California, develop them in his homemade darkroom and sell them to his local newspaper for $5 each.
PLYMOUTH — Wayzata Public Schools is putting in place a few new protocols as more cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus) are confirmed in Minnesota.
SHOREWOOD — The League of Women Voters South Tonka annual Mayors Forum scheduled for 7 p.m. on March 12, has been canceled, according to a news release from the league.
On March 10, the Minnesota Department of Health confirmed a third person is presumed positive for COVID-19 in Minnesota. The individual resides in Anoka County and sought medical care on March 9, they are in their 30s and were likely exposed via international travelers, according to MDH.
EXCELSIOR — Chuck Donley, president of the Twin Cities Postcards Club, could talk to you about postcards, 1 cent stamps and old post offices for hours.
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