Amazon is offering hour-long tours for families to explore the 850,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Shakopee this summer.
Jordan city planners have been asked to come up with new language to regulate painted commercial signage in downtown Jordan. The move comes as city officials face the prospect of approving new painted signs amidst a small, but noticeable, gallery of deteriorated and painted-over works downtown.
When Kayla Casciano and Alex Heroff met their puppy, Minnie, it was love at first sight. The couple of nine years took her home that same day in December 2018.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell will be featured in the ninth episode of a new A&E television series called ‘Addiction Unplugged,” which will premier Aug. 24 at 1 p.m.
Stop by the Canterbury Park horse stables on a weekday morning, and you’d think you were in a different town. Trainers and groomsmen massage the calves of their horses, and jockeys nod their helmets as they ride past. Trucks glide through the dirt, kicking smoke in the air and into the nostr…
It’s been three months since the city of Jordan entered an agreement with a developer to explore the possibility of building a hotel on two city-owned lots in town.
Sand Companies is proposing a 58-unit affordable mixed-use building on a vacant lot off Crossings Boulevard, near the Marcus movie theater and McCoy’s Copper Pint in Shakopee.
TONKA BAY — After a long discussion about traffic on County Road 19 — also known as Manitou Road — the Tonka Bay City Council unanimously approved three resolutions related to a proposed redevelopment project at the Tonka Village Shopping Center on Tuesday, June 11.
Barb Kochlin hopes to open a coffee shop and a long-desired Delia’s All-In-One brick-and-mortar restaurant at her property on Broadway Street, but city parking regulations could get in the way.
The Shakopee Public Utilities Commission estimated the water capacity charge for the recently approved splash pad at Lions Park would be $211,000 — a price tag that left City Administrator Bill Reynolds scratching his head.
The Perkins on First Avenue in Shakopee will close June 23 at 3 p.m., according to Juan Rodriguez, one of the restaurant managers.
In the brewhouse, Jake Rimnac opened up a bag, pouring malt into the miller. Soon, another batch of beer was brewed at Badger Hill Brewing Company in Shakopee.
WAYZATA — A proposal to redevelop the Boatworks property hit a roadblock on Monday, June 3, when the Wayzata Planning Commission unanimously voted to recommend that the city deny the developers’ request to change city zoning code, as well as other requests connected to the project.
JORDAN — Supper clubs were once the kings of dining in the upper Midwest, dotting the edges of small towns across Minnesota long before the advent of chain restaurants, fast food and brewpubs.
A trio of local entrepreneurs partnered with former Viking linebacker Chad Greenway to create, promote and supply native Minnesota vodka to Prior Lake restaurants and beyond.
Target is recalling 90,000 USB charging cables made by an Eden Prairie company, according to a report from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
Officials of Canterbury Park and Minnesota Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association have united to provide funding to encourage thoroughbred horse ownership, both during and after racing careers.
A Savage art studio teaching kids from infancy to their tweens about pottery, painting and even a little art history marks one year in business this month.
EXCELSIOR — The Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber of Commerce has a new home as it aims to refocus its business prowess this summer.
EXCELSIOR — There’s something new for people to experience at next month’s Art on the Lake in Excelsior.
TONKA BAY — The developers who are seeking to build multifamily housing at the Tonka Village Shopping Center in Tonka Bay have submitted another proposal to the city.
Two Eden Prairie High School seniors received scholarships from the Eden Prairie Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon on May 16.
Mayo Clinic Health System in New Prague is excited to announce expanded same-day services with the opening of Urgent Care on June 1 in the specialty clinic on the medical center’s campus.
Caribou Coffee is planning to debut a prototype drive-in store in Jordan this fall, after the city council granted a conditional use permit for the development of the store at 225 Triangle Lane.
Beckman Coulter in Chaska recently received the designation of “Heart Safe Community,” a program through the Minnesota Resuscitation Consortium, the American Heart Association, the Minnesota Department of Health and a team of statewide organizations.
Today, nearly 80 warehouse employees went on strike at 5 a.m. at seven Murphy Warehouse Company locations across the Twin Cities area, including Shakopee, to protest unfair labor practices.
The city of Shakopee and the Shakopee Economic Development Authority will hold a public hearing on amending two Tax Increment Financing Districts on Tuesday, May 21.
NAVARRE — Two restaurants — a well-familiar music venue called the Narrows Saloon, and recently opened upscale restaurant The Lake Room — are housed side by side in Navarre.
On March 17, Brenda Arvidson of Shakopee got a phone call from her credit card company asking if she was at Party City in Bloomington buying some $300 worth of St. Patrick’s Day items.
Three Somali Muslim women have filed a federal discrimination complaint against Amazon, claiming the company discriminated and retaliated against them for taking part in a Dec. 14 protest of working conditions at Amazon’s Shakopee fulfillment center.
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