HOPKINS — A Hopkins dental office is offering free dental care for new patients in honor of Dentistry from the Heart on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
Lariat Companies evicted rolled ice cream store Wonders Ice Cream from its storefront in Eden Prairie in January, a lawyer representing Lariat told Eden Prairie News.
Tamas “Zen” Pomazi was walking down Waconia Parkway on a summer day, heading toward town. He pushed his toddler in a fancy Swedish stroller with "Biggie Smalls," a little white chihuahua, by his side.
It’s a positive trend the city doesn’t see changing any time soon: the success of the Chaska Event Center, Crooked Pint Ale House and Chaska Curling Center.
MAPLE GROVE — Minnesota’s second Wahlburgers restaurant is slated to open on Feb. 11 in Maple Grove, Hy-Vee, a grocery store chain, said in a Jan. 21 news release.
Beloved Belle Plaine resident Paula Olsen passed away almost a year ago, but her legacy is strongly preserved at the Hair Loft — the downtown Belle Plaine salon she established in 2016 — thanks to the hard work and dedication of her former employees.
Eden Prairie’s Target is getting a face lift as part of the company’s national move to update its stores, according to a representative that spoke at the Jan. 7 Eden Prairie City Council meeting.
EXCELSIOR — Ann Woodbeck and her husband Dale's goal after purchasing Excelsior Bay Books is "just not to wreck it," she told Lakeshore Weekly News.
When the usual post-workout snacks were passed around during Blake Sorensen’s days on the Eden Prairie High School football team, he always had to decline. Sorensen has had a severe allergy to tree nuts for his entire life, and the typical trail mixes and protein-packed nut bars would’ve sen…
The Eden Prairie City Council unanimously resolved to support SouthWest Transit as it seeks to replace lost funding from the Metropolitan Council and other state and local sources at its Jan. 7 meeting.
A regional real estate firm bought a 180,000 square foot property in Eden Prairie’s Golden Triangle in late December and plans to develop the area in anticipation of changes brought by the Southwest Light Rail Transit line, according to the company’s vice president.
MINNETONKA — Housing developer Dominium is moving to a larger office space in Minnetonka, according to a Dec. 27 news release from the company.
When Amber Lewis was pregnant with her second child, she and her husband, Ryan Lewis, dreamed up an app that would allow expecting parents to track all the milestones of pregnancy and babyhood in one neat package.
Savage’s Aldi store on Egan Drive will permanently close Jan. 12 because the space isn’t flexible enough for expansion, the corporation announced today.
WAYZATA — A new company has come to Wayzata. Rouse & Company, an “executive benefits consulting firm” launched by Casey Rouse, who is a veteran in the industry, according to a news release from the company.
Emily Tiritilli made her own birthday cake for her 17th birthday in September, a pretty-in-pink vanilla confection covered in frosting swirls, sprinkles and a vanilla icing drip. It was both a sweet treat and an inspiration for the Prior Lake High School student.
Eden Prairie, with its plentiful grocery stores and restaurants, doesn’t qualify as a food desert, but it didn’t always feel that way.
Savage’s Yoga 4 You studio reached its 10th year in business last month, but it’s no time to rest, co-owners Jenn Holm and Kelly Larson said last weekend: There’s always new ideas to try.
The president of the SouthWest Metro Chamber of Commerce has left his position, not on his own accord, a chamber official said Monday.
August was the worst time for Brittany Kinney and Jamie Smith to move their businesses to a recently renovated building on Broadway Street, but the new digs were too good to pass up.
While Thanksgiving has long been the border between autumnal or turkey-themed decorations and the snowy, twinkling lights of the December holiday season, Christmas shopping has been on the radar at Eden Prairie Center since late October.
Black Friday came a few days early at downtown Prior Lake’s D. Copperfield Jewelers on Tuesday, the first day of its going-out-of-business sale.
Metro Millers Baseball LLC announced Monday that its proposed 8,500 capacity stadium is aiming to build somewhere within Canterbury Commons, adjacent to Canterbury Park, and organizers want it to throw its first pitch in spring 2021.
LONG LAKE — Gina and Scott Davis’ company Dog Threads started small, shipping their clothing out of their Long Lake home but recently, after “Shark Tank’s” Mark Cuban invested $250,000 in Dog Threads, the company has blown up.
Eden Prairie-based C.H. Robinson won a Tekne award in the cognitive computing category of the Minnesota High Tech Association’s annual awards, according to a news release from the association.
With nooks crammed with cushioned couches and low-light chandeliers, Fat Pants Brewing Co. aims to make its customers comfortable above all else, owner Elizabeth Anderson told Eden Prairie News one week before the city’s first brewery opens to the public.
United Properties will develop a 300,000-square-foot distribution center near Canterbury Road called Canterbury Distribution Center, according to a news release.
LeeAnn Waddell, a tailor living and working just south of Prior Lake, is taking it easy in semi-retirement these days by working just 40 hours a week — not 80, as she did in her heyday.
MINNETONKA — Gov. Tim Walz awarded five Minnesota companies for global excellence on Nov. 7, including three local companies — Fireaway Inc. in Minnetonka, Tolomatic Inc. in Hamel and Dailin Applied in Plymouth/Faribault.
PLYMOUTH — The Foursome Fine Menswear, a clothing and footwear store for men, is celebrating 10 years in Plymouth. The store moved from Wayzata 10 years ago but has been operating for 84 years total, according to a news release from the company. The Foursome is located at 3570 Vicksburg Lane…
MINNETONKA — Xcel Energy awarded six businesses for their outstanding energy efficiency achievements at its annual Energy Solutions Expo, including Minnetonka company, Cargill, according to a news release from Xcel Energy.
Caribou Coffee’s prototype “Caribou Cabin” store in Jordan opened bright and early Tuesday morning. The store, designed with only drive-thru and walk-up service in mind, is the first of its kind.
Across from the Scott County Jail in Shakopee sits a single-level building discreet enough to go unnoticed by most passersby.
This month the Jordaness Lions will celebrate 30 years of their highly anticipated fashion show. Over three decades, the annual fundraiser has showcased some of the finest local fashion and provided an evening of entertainment — all for a good cause.
BURNSVILLE — Eating out at a restaurant can be challenging or sometimes impossible when someone in your family follows a restricted diet.
WAYZATA — While people have been composting for a while — dumping organic waste into compost piles or backyard bins — the emergence of trash companies hauling away organic waste is fairly new. Randy’s Environmental Services is among the trash haulers that serves Hennepin County, offering gar…
Tucked in a corner across from an ice cream shop at Keg and Case Market in St. Paul is a wooden shop that looks like a dry bar in your rich uncle’s basement. Shelves are lined with bottled drinks called Switchel Fizz, and customers can walk up to a keg to pour themselves a bubbly sample of e…
- District 112 Superintendent Clint Christopher offered job in Iowa
- Demands of the job continue to grow
- Scott West Wrestling wins MRC title
- Shakopee first responders present suicide prevention coins
- Wonders Ice Cream evicted from Eden Prairie storefront
- Former city clerk and 'joyous soul' Margo Steffel dies
- Obituary for Robert R. "Bob" Kopesky
- Loved ones remember Dr. Richard Olson
- Swim: Chaska/Chanhassen wins five events; Minnetonka wins True Team title
- Wayzata Art Experience is canceled this year, will return in 2021