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.
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.
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.
BURNSVILLE — Eating out at a restaurant can be challenging or sometimes impossible when someone in your family follows a restricted diet.
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…
Six Flags Entertainment Corp is considering merging with Cedar Fair LP, which operates Valleyfair, Reuters reported this week based on findings from a confidential source. The two entities are the country’s largest amusement park operators.
At 7:30 a.m. on a hazy October morning, Ella, Carlos and Blanca Correa were already a couple hours deep into their work shifts. Joshua Correa was already on his way home after working through the night preparing hundreds of doughnuts for Shakopee locals and passersby.
Shakopee-based Cameron’s Coffee and Distribution Company was acquired Sept. 18 by Grupo Nutresa, a Colombia-based food processing company, for $113 million, according to a recent press release from Grupo Nutresa.
A Burnsville eye care clinic has moved to the Prior Lake-Savage border for double the exam rooms and space for patients.
The Savage municipal liquor operation is on track to be profitable for the first time in years but hasn’t met its budget, city officials said this week.
BrightStar Care, a national home care franchise, opened in Savage this month to serve residents throughout Scott and Carver counties.
Workers at the Shakopee Amazon fulfillment center will participate in a strike on one of Amazon’s busiest days, Prime Day, July 15, from 3 to 6 p.m.
Valerie Urich, a 22-year employee of RPM Drymate, wears many hats for the Savage-based manufacturing company. That’s why she boarded a plane to California without hesitation when she heard about an opportunity to meet one-on-one with Walmart last month.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell will be featured in the ninth episode of a new A&E television series called ‘Addiction Unplugged,” which will premier Aug. 24 at 1 p.m.
Stop by the Canterbury Park horse stables on a weekday morning, and you’d think you were in a different town. Trainers and groomsmen massage the calves of their horses, and jockeys nod their helmets as they ride past. Trucks glide through the dirt, kicking smoke in the air and into the nostr…
In the brewhouse, Jake Rimnac opened up a bag, pouring malt into the miller. Soon, another batch of beer was brewed at Badger Hill Brewing Company in Shakopee.
A trio of local entrepreneurs partnered with former Viking linebacker Chad Greenway to create, promote and supply native Minnesota vodka to Prior Lake restaurants and beyond.
A Savage art studio teaching kids from infancy to their tweens about pottery, painting and even a little art history marks one year in business this month.
Some horse racing publications are crying foul over what they consider a light penalty and lack of explanation after a Canterbury racehorse tested positive for a banned drug after winning an August race.
Residents who frequent Savage’s Aldi store on Egan Drive have heard rumors the store will close next year, but corporate representatives provided only a vague statement in response to interview requests this month.
Savage native Mike Johnson is among scientists who believe that nanomaterials are the next big — well, actually, extremely small — thing in engineering.
Burnsville Center is at a crossroads, experts say, and the time is now to show retailers that the mall’s heyday might actually be on the horizon.
Two senior housing and care providers in the Twin Cities have become one organization. Minneapolis-based Augustana Care and Eden Prairie-based Elim Care have joined and will operate under a new name: Cassia.
Readying your landscaping for winter isn’t the only goal on that fall yardwork checklist, Landscape Designer Jodi Gehrke says.
Savage residents Kristina and Derek Benson are rolling into the edible cookie dough business in a big way. Cookie Dough Bliss — a ready-to-eat cookie dough franchise — will now be all over Minnesota through the Bensons’ cookie dough food truck.
An upcoming mental health treatment facility slated to be built in downtown Savage is leaving some business owners and those who frequent the area with a mix of emotions.
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