Mana Brewing plans to open a new brewery and taproom location in downtown Shakopee next spring.
The former Roasted Pear restaurant in Burnsville will be demolished to make way for new a Starbucks and Taco John’s, according to plans recently approved by city officials.
In the corner of the gym, Bob Unger does a few pre-cardio stretches against the wall. Popping in his earbuds, he powers on a Chaska Community Center elliptical for the first time in months after taking a pandemic break.
It seemed like just any other Tuesday morning when Kiara West and her young family headed over to the Chaska Perkins for a breakfast meal.
Lindsey Hauge of Carver has been a sonographer for over 10 years. She is certified in OBGYN, abdomen, fetal echocardiography, vascular and breast imaging. She found it mind-blowing that women only get two ultrasounds during pregnancy.
The Chanhassen Lions Club is once again selling Christmas trees. Residents can bundle up and venture to the Cub Foods parking lot, 7900 Market Blvd., Chanhassen to get their Christmas tree.
A business fire about a year ago at School of the Wise caused owners Brandon and Ashley Wallis to re-examine what they were doing — what they wanted the rest of their lives to look like.
Savage resident Stephanie Fowler remembers the times she felt overwhelmed as a corporate executive and mother of four young children.
IWCO Direct, a Chanhassen-based provider of data-driven performance marketing solutions, announced Mark Pritchard as its new chief financial officer (CFO). He will lead IWCO Direct’s finance, supply chain management and IT teams.
Canterbury Park in Shakopee has announced an organizational restructuring resulting in the promotion of four individuals to senior vice president roles.
Center Bank expanded to the southwest metro by opening a new full-service location in the Chaska Commons located at 120 Pioneer Trail, Chaska. The bank opened its doors Sept. 20.
Crisp & Green, a fast, casual restaurant franchise recently opened a new location in Chanhassen at 530 W 79th St. The company was originally founded by owner and CEO Steele Smiley in Wayzata in 2016.
Red’s Savoy Pizza is coming soon to the Southwest metro area. The pizza company, which first opened its doors in St. Paul in 1965 has been expanding since the 2000s. It’s two newest locations are in Shakopee and Chanhassen.
Nate Gilkey has recently been named Vice President of Commercial Lending for Center Bank, and will be officing in the new Chaska location set to open in September.
Masha M. Yevzelman, a Fredrikson & Byron tax attorney was awarded the Friend of the Profession Award by the Board of directors of the Minnesota Society of CPAs. Yevzelman was recognized at the MNCPA annual meeting on Aug. 11.
The dream of any entrepreneur is to see a good idea grow from a seed into something bigger than they could’ve dreamed. That’s exactly what happened to Technology Village, Prior Lake’s business accelerator program, which has transformed from a mentorship program and 2,000 square feet of offic…
As fall approaches, the city of Chaska plans to flesh out its City Square West redevelopment details and move forward in 2022, according to City Administrator Matt Podhradsky.
The Chanhassen City Council unanimously approved the final plat and development contract for the Avienda development, creating five outlots and the dedication of public right-of-way for Bluff Creek Boulevard, Avienda Parkway and Sunset Trail, at its July 12 meeting.
Amazon MSP1 in Shakopee, the company’s largest fulfillment center in Minnesota, celebrated its fifth anniversary on July 27.
After 37 years, the Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce is rebranding Lakefront Days to Prior Lake Chamber Fest. The name might be different, but the goal is still the same — supporting local businesses.
IWCO Direct, a Chanhassen-based direct mail and marketing business, recently announced its plan to invest $50 million in its system. The announcement followed company board approval on June 2.
In 2017, Iron River Construction, located in Chaska, implemented an apprenticeship program to increase accessibility to education for students interested in vocational studies.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum has received $20,000 in an urban agriculture award, given by the Urban Agriculture Resilience Program, according to an Arboretum press release.
Vacant land on the northeast corner of Highway 13 and 126th Street in Savage is set to be transformed into a Holiday Station Store, according to plans approved by city officials this month.
The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office has charged Victoria man Sang Cam Ky with 21 felony counts of filing fraudulent or false sales tax returns, according to the Minnesota Department of Revenue.
Eight-year-old Clint Wolcyn walked among tables of sports cards, eyeing a Paul Molitor rookie card selling for $100. His grandfather, who played professional baseball in the 30s, had taken Wolcyn to his first card show.
Don Bittner filled his high school schedule with all the cooking classes in the catalog. When he took an aptitude test measuring students’ likes and dislikes against those of various professionals, his results lined him up with the characteristics of a baker.
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