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.
Beginning Friday, May 22 the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen will allow walking on designated areas of its grounds, with a reservation.
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 Farmers’ Market will open as planned next month with new safety guidelines in place for vendors and shoppers, organizers said.
Work to improve water quality and control mosquitoes will continue in and around Prior Lake in the coming weeks, which might take residents staying at home off guard, local agencies said.
The McColl Pond Environmental Learning Center, picnic shelters and ballfields in Savage will be closed through June under a plan approved by the Savage City Council this week.
Townships residents with limited or no broadband internet access may soon get online thanks to a cost-sharing program between Scott County, Shakopee and several townships.
The Prior Lake-based nonprofit Sanya’s Hope for Children is only a few thousand dollars away from its $10,000 goal in a fundraiser for an area food shelf and crisis nursery, its founder said Thursday.
Golfing and other outdoor recreational activities are now allowed during the stay-at-home order, according to an executive order Gov. Tim Walz signed Friday, April 17.
Wilma Seeman, 82, was expecting a delivery of breakfast rolls from her granddaughter on Easter Sunday when a much bigger plan unfolded for her and the other residents at Savage Senior Living at Fen Pointe.
A winter storm watch is in effect for the area from Sunday morning through Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Livestreaming Mass, drive-thru Eucharist, Easter vigils at home: Almost-empty churches around Savage and Prior Lake are going mobile and digital to keep members connected, including during this year’s Holy Week.
Savage has given city-owned liquor store employees a temporary $2 hourly raise this week, which some city officials said might persuade them to continue working during the pandemic.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools and other organizations are providing daily meals and other supplies for free to children and their families at a variety of locations.
There are a total of 398 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota – up 52 cases from March 26, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
Savage officials this week declared a local emergency and closed some city facilities in response to COVID-19, though they haven’t gone as far as other local governments to maintain social distance and try to limit the disease’s spread.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz today signed Executive Order 20-02, authorizing the temporary closure of Minnesota K-12 public schools to students in order for school administrators and teachers to make long-term plans for the continuity of education and essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools recently invited job-seekers of all ages to connect with regional employers during the district’s sixth annual career and job fair on Tuesday, March 10.
Savage joined the Minnesota GreenStep Cities program this month to better track its sustainability progress and set new goals for the environmental well-being of the town.
Savage’s municipal liquor operation is turning a profit again, which city officials said could mean tens of thousands of dollars for community projects.
Someone walked into Kwik Trip in Savage last year and purchased a winning Powerball ticket, and the one-year window to collect the $50,000 prize is closing.
Savage officials’ yearslong discussion about how to beautify the city and distinguish it from its neighbors could soon lead to changes at some of Savage’s busiest intersections.
Locals shared personal experiences of racism and messages of hope this week during Savage's second community conversation on race.
Gather your coconuts and have ready a shrubbery: The Prior Lake Players' spring 2020 production is Monty Python's "Spamalot."
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