Don Ramon Restaurante celebrated its grand opening with a Shakopee Chamber event Tuesday.
For years, Nathan Pease and his business partners have owned Acoustix Audio Video, a AV business on County Road 42 in Savage. But with rampant interest by people across the state and country in CBD products, Pease said they knew it would be a good opportunity to look into owning their own shop.
Canterbury has completed the sale of 37 acres to Bloomington Investments, an entity related to Swervo Development, in preparation for the upcoming amphitheater development.
To a packed studio space, Gessi Alves welcomed visitors to Flooring by Design, which opened in Jordan this last weekend.
Tyson Archer purchased his first CBD tincture in 2020 from a Nothing But Hemp shop in Forest Lake. Soon after, he saw on Facebook the company was looking for people who wanted to open affiliate stores across the state.
Jordan Tobacco and Vape, Jordan’s newest business, opened Feb. 6 after licensing took longer than expected.
A kind gesture caught on camera at Sabbai’s The Donut Hole in Shakopee has been viewed millions of times in the last month through a viral video.
Shakopee Chamber members gathered at Turtle’s 1890 Social Centre Tuesday morning to discuss upcoming events planned for downtown in 2023.
The Shakopee Chamber is hosting its first-ever women’s series, inviting more than a hundred women from around the metro area to connect and discuss topics regarding women in the workplace.
Valleyfair has plans to hire around 1,600 employees for the summer season.
Best Buy will be closing its Shakopee store next month, the company announced last week.
Secord’s Crayons, an emerging business in Shakopee, has been busy making hundreds of custom crayons for families and daycare centers for Valentine’s Day.
Amazon announced plans to close its MSP5 sortation center in Shakopee at the end of March, impacting about 680 workers, according to a company notice sent to state officials Monday.
Prioritizing good fitness and health is often a top New Year’s resolution on people’s lists. Local fitness studio ShakRa Yoga & Fitness has approached this new year hoping to make newcomers’ fitness journeys a welcoming and accommodating experience in the southwest metro region.
Marcus Theatres closed its Marcus Shakopee Cinema at Shakopee Town Square Tuesday, Jan. 10, leaving the community with one movie theater.
Amazon workers at the MSP1 fulfillment center in Shakopee rallied outside the building the evening of Dec. 8, advocating for worker safety, climate justice and better pay.
For months, Allen Andersen, a candidate for Scott County Attorney, argued there shouldn’t be any more money spent prosecuting marijuana possession crimes.
While its numbers are bouncing back from a pandemic-induced drop, the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority ridership remains almost half as much as before COVID-19 hit the area.
Chaska is outgrowing its police station, fire station, city hall and Municipal Services Building (MSB) — all of which are around 30 years old and have had little-to-no renovations.
A fire at the Dairy Queen off of Highway 41 in Chaska was reported around 5 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, after a passerby noticed smoke coming from the roof.
Construction on a new Canterbury Commons development kicked off Monday afternoon with a groundbreaking ceremony and celebration.
After 30 years of being known as Dangerfield’s Restaurant, the historic restaurant location on First Avenue in Shakopee is entering a new chapter.
Shakopee welcomed the start of fall last Saturday with the debut of its first Shak-O-Lantern Festival downtown.
Ramble On Records, a locally-owned record store, is reopening at a new storefront location in downtown Shakopee on Saturday, Oct. 1.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at Mallards Restaurant last week to celebrate its newest location in downtown Shakopee.
Southern Valley Alliance held a groundbreaking ceremony at its new location in Shakopee on Sept. 13.
Rahr Malting Co. celebrated 175 years at its Shakopee headquarters Friday, Sept. 9.
The city of Chaska has prepared a Draft Alternative Urban Areawide Review for the Kelzer Property project proposed by CloudHQ northwest of the intersection Highway 212 and Engler Boulevard.
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is hosting another job fair 3-7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15. People interested in a job can visit the theater, at 501 W. 78th St. in Chanhassen, ask questions even get hired on the spot.
SouthWest Transit recently added three new electric vehicles to its SouthWest Prime fleet, the agency’s on-demand rideshare service.
A simple way to enjoy a Minnesota summer day is on a local patio. With plenty to choose from in the Southwest metro, there are an abundance of views, bites and beverages to experience.
Taste and Toast is one of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s largest parties of the summer. Around 1,000 attendees enjoyed the beautiful evening in the gardens at peak bloom on July 27.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum recently received a $1.2 million federal grant to expand its visitor parking capacity with 232 new parking spaces at the Farm at the Arb.
On July 19, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) visited Life Time’s Chanhassen athletic club to recognize the company for its commitment to energy efficiency.
Chanhassen could soon have another brewery.
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, a luxury massage and facial spa franchise, has opened a new location in Chanhassen at 858 W. 78th St.
Three past Fast-Track Challenge winners have been selected as semifinalists for the MN Cup, a statewide business competition, according to the Scott County Center for Entrepreneurship.
The UPS Store, at 168 Pioneer Trail, Chaska, will host its grand opening celebration on Monday, June 13.
Crooked Pint Ale House opened its 14th location in Savage on Wednesday, May 11.
Hy-Vee has scrapped plans for stores in five metro-area cities, including Chaska, saying the sites do not fit into a new company strategy that centers around building larger stores and putting more distance between future locations.
JazzMN returns to the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Main Stage on Monday evening, April 25, under the artistic direction of JC Sanford.
Nicolet Bankshares, Inc. and Charter Bankshares, Inc., recently announced a merger agreement.
Beginning Earth Day, April 22 and continuing through the summer solstice, June 21, the community is invited to participate in the Gnomadic Gnome Scavenger Hunt, a program hosted by The Garden By The Woods Garden Center and the city of Chanhassen.
Beginning this month, Twin Cities residents south of the Minnesota River will be able to shop at a local Trader Joe's supermarket.
QualiTech Environmental, Inc., a Chaska-based company providing equipment and services for oil spill response and prevention, is opening an office in Lima, Peru. The QualiTech Environmental team will be operating as QualiTech Ambiental LATAM out of its Lima office to provide equipment and se…
Heartland America, located in Chanhassen, recently announced the addition of a new brand. Veteran Tool is a line of power tools aimed to help the home DIY beginner to seasoned tradesperson.
Spontaneous combustion of freshly-laundered kitchen rags caused the fire that heavily damaged the Windmill Cafe last month, according to a report by the State Fire Marshal's Office.
A new women’s boutique opened its doors on Jan. 14. LaRose & Co. is located at 521 Lake Drive in Chanhassen. The boutique is geared towards moms and aims to make women feel confident and fashionable when they leave the store, said owner Sarah LaRose of Waconia.
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