Plans for a Chaska Costco and Hy-Vee are still pending, according to Chaska Mayor Mark Windschitl and Hy-Vee spokespeople.
On April 28, the dining room at Taco Loco was somber. A customer said goodbye to co-owner and manager Josue Mendez, thanking him for the time he’s spent in town. The dining room was full of customers wanting to enjoy the Mexican food for the last time. Cars filled the parking lot of a buildi…
Jordan Transformer, a U.S. power transformer and mobile substation designer and manufacturer capable of performing redesign, remanufacture, retrofits, testing, onsite service, and transformer oil processing, has announced the appointment of John Pollock as Chief Executive Officer, effective …
The Chaska Curling Center, opened in 2015, boasted one of the largest membership bases around the country with close to 1,000. The six-sheet arena became a national training center for USA Curling.
After a request from new business owners, the city is considering revising regulations limiting the number of days food trucks can operate in Chanhassen.
Christine Castro, Executive Chef and General Manager at O’Brien’s Public House in Shakopee, surveyed her empty restaurant on Tuesday, March 16 — the day before St. Patrick’s Day — as she helped her bartenders stock the bar. In the kitchen, hundreds of pounds of corned beef were being process…
The local immigrant entrepreneurs behind a newly-launched clothing and lifestyle brand will soon begin selling their designs at Mall of America.
A federal judge last week recognized Stillwater’s WRB Inc., as owner of the trademark on Hammer-Schlagen, a game of hammering nails into a stump.
Following noise complaints about a new railway spur line added last summer, Brooks Ridge and Tuscany Hills homeowners say things might be looking up.
Savage’s municipal liquor business thrived in 2020, and local residents could soon reap the benefits.
The newest bakery in town has been years in the making, but Ashley Minh — daughter of Sabbai’s Donut Hole owners Sothy and Ohnarith Minh — said it was all worth it.
An iconic American skateboarding shoe company launched a customized sneaker this week to support an independently-owned Burnsville comic book store.
Almost three years after its sudden shutdown, Golf Zone in Chanhassen is officially coming back under new ownership and is set to open in March.
A Children’s Minnesota specialty center recently opened in Lakeville with plans to provide rehabilitation, behavioral health and mobile clinic services to south metro residents.
Staff at Guardian Angels Catholic School, a 100-plus-year-old K-8 school in Chaska, are discussing whether to close the building in the midst of financial difficulty caused by debt, according to the business administrator, principal and priest.
Through changing restrictions on indoor dining throughout the last year, many local restaurant owners shifted primarily to a takeout business model to stay afloat.
The City of Jordan and Mousse Sparkling Wine Co. were recognized as a “Project of the Year” by the Economic Development Association of Minnesota at its Jan. 21 winter conference.
Missing a local driving range? After almost three years, the Golf Zone in Chanhassen could be reopening under new ownership as soon as late February.
The last year has been challenging for many local businesses, but Shakopee Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Angie Whitcomb has been there to ride it out with them, as she has been since April 2010 when she first stepped into the role, and arguably throughout her entire career thus far.
A new Chipotle restaurant with a “Chipotlane,” a digital order drive-through system, will be coming to Shakopee this summer, according to a spokesperson for the company.
Funding for the Metro Millers stadium, a proposed minor-league baseball stadium in Shakopee, is “on hold” due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the goal is still to open the arena by 2022 “assuming the vaccination goes as planned,” according to Steve Becher, CEO of the Metro Millers.
Anyone who has lived in Shakopee knows their city is growing by the day. And even though 2020 was the year of exceptions, this year, many major developments are still pressing on with plans to build in Shakopee. Here are some developments to keep an eye out for in 2021.
Tony Donatell started out in the gas station business 12 years ago — well, an 6,000-square-foot Eagan gas station with a big kitchen.
An outdoor patio, wood-fired oven and a menu featuring elements of Hawaiian cuisine are in-store for a new restaurant set to open in Savage next year.
The sixth annual "Andy and Bing Christmas" show at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres will be broadcast for free on Christmas Day in hopes of uniting families kept apart by COVID-19.
Looking to buy a piece of Chanhassen history? The iconic sign for the former Chanhassen Inn, which hosted everyone from visiting families to big-time celebrities, is going up for sale.
When Devi James moved from her home country of Guyana to Queens, New York as a 17-year-old, she could no longer crack the windows open in January to smell the sea.
Local restaurant owners felt better prepared returning to takeout service last month under Gov. Tim Walz’s four-week dining restrictions, having already adapted their kitchens for to-go orders during a months-long shutdown earlier this year. But that doesn’t make the financial toll any easie…
Jordan High School graduate and longtime Jordan resident Emma Adamek grew up loving the Labrador Retriever puppies that her family raised.
- Former treasurer charged with swindling $82,000 from Shakopee Softball Association
- Chanhassen man charged with second-degree murder in fatal shooting of sister
- Chanhassen woman wins big on 'Jeopardy!'
- Colorful fireball in the night sky dazzles Twin Cities residents
- Credit River elects familiar faces for first mayor, city council
- Believe in every kid, like Jonathan Elementary principal Nancy Wittman-Beltz did
- Broadband internet now available to rural Scott County residents
- Equestrian cited for riding horse on Chaska streets
- Take a trip back to the 1980s at Zap Arcade in Jordan
- Roundabouts may be on the horizon for ‘high crash corridor’ in Shakopee