Target has decided to closure a number of its stores until further notice amid ongoing unrest in the Twin Cities.
Does accessing history mean leafing through stacks of ancient books in dusty libraries? Not unless you’re passing the pandemic watching “National Treasure” for the umpteenth time.
Local law enforcement officials are condemning the use of force by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, who was filmed on Memorial Day pinning a handcuffed, 46-year-old George Floyd to the ground by kneeling on his neck. Floyd died in police custody.
All Metro Transit bus and light rail services will be suspended starting at 4 p.m. Thursday due to concern for the safety of riders and employees, according to a news releae from Scott County. All light rail service was suspended earlier in the day Thursday.
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Six million cubic yards of waste kept underground at two inactive landfills in Burnsville present a situation that state pollution studies indicate is both precarious and predictable.
In-home day care providers across the state have responded to the call to care for children of essential workers, but local providers say long-running day care businesses could soon collapse without support.
The Savage Police Department responded to and provided summaries for the following incidents May 18-25. This isn’t a comprehensive list of all calls; they’re included based on severity and other factors. Those accused of crimes are innocent until proven guilty.
The Scott County Sheriff’s Office is joining 77 other Minnesota law enforcement agencies taking part in a repair voucher program called “Lights On!”
I am no stranger to getting up at zero dark thirty. But when my alarm goes off at 4 a.m. after not sleeping most of the night, it’s getting harder and harder to drag myself out of bed.
Savage resident Kristi Harlan began her term as president of the Minnesota State Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood this month.
After receiving the green light to resume preventative care, local optometrists have welcomed the opportunity to reconnect with patients and get creative with their safety protocols.
As time goes on in these unusual times, it has become evident that we need to learn to live with the coronavirus. Life is different, we are doing things differently, and normal as we knew it will not exist. We will have a new way of doing things because we are learning that some of these cha…
BURNSVILLE — Burnsville Center reopened May 18, but each store will roll out its own plan separately for resuming operations.
Minnesota’s emergence from shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic inched forward Wednesday, as Gov. Tim Walz announced limited openings of a number of sectors of society and the economy, but not until June 1.
Beginning Friday, May 22 the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen will allow walking on designated areas of its grounds, with a reservation.
In all aspects of my life, I must ask myself: What really matters, what brings me joy, and what brings me to the fullest expression of who I am?
City playgrounds in Savage reopened Tuesday after the City Council approved measures to lift some of the COVID-19 restrictions throughout the city.
The Savage Police Department responded to and provided summaries for the following incidents May 11-18. This isn’t a comprehensive list of all calls; they’re included based on severity and other factors. Those accused of crimes are innocent until proven guilty.
The nonprofit Sanya’s Hope for Children donated $10,000 to the Scott, Carver and Dakota County Community Action Partnership Agency on May 15.
Mystic Lake and Little Six casinos will reopen for gaming and dining on Tuesday, May 26, according to a release by the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. The casinos plan to use a phased approach to welcome guests for the first time since the venues closed on March 18 in response to the c…
I was upset to read in the Pacer that COVID-19 is present in McKenna Crossing. This brings the pandemic closer to home for me because I took classes at the Y often with residents of the senior living facility — and will again some day. I do hope that the measures the facility are taking keep…
The Savage Farmers’ Market will open as planned next month with new safety guidelines in place for vendors and shoppers, organizers said.
I hope this message finds you well, even amid these challenging circumstances. My office at the State Capitol remains open and we remain at work on solutions that bring relief to the many Minnesotans that are suffering. I want to share with you an update on where a few key issues stand.
The Scott County Sheriff's Office announced May 14 it has renewed its partnership with Crime Stoppers of Minnesota, a tip line that allows people to anonymously provide crime information to law enforcement, according to a news release from the sheriff's office.
Late last week, the Minnesota Department of Education released guidelines for graduation ceremonies. The top recommendation: schools should hold ceremonies that can be conducted remotely and ensure attendees do not need to leave their homes, like a virtual ceremony.