Recent News

Feb 16, 2004

News MCTC paper gets worldwide exclusive
News Parks preserve Downtown paddlewheeler
News Park Board considers new Downtown bike race
News Neighborhood News
News Minneapolis gets serious about cutting pollution
News Public crime data is hard for the public to get
News Exploring Downtown, thanks to jury duty
News Lunchtime Tourist
News Doing my Job
News Q & A with Rodney E. Wilmoth

Feb 09, 2004

News Downtown Music
News Downtown Art
News Downtown: condo glut or development heaven?
News Rental market update
News Seniors can defer property taxes
News Want to get married at City Hall?
News The barking polka lady
News Retimed traffic lights mean less waiting, city claims
News Question and Answer with Tony 'n' Tina
News Downtown Events
News Who's coming to Downtown
News Business News
News Government News
News Neighborhood News
News Forget the robin; crows are the birds of spring
News Doing My Job
News Lunchtime Tourist

Feb 02, 2004

News Doing my job
News Lunchtime Tourist
News Parks wireless plan advances, golf fees hiked
News Live from Minneapolis: the Park Board?
News Block E Snyders to close
News Skyway system advisors named
News Research bonanza or pipette dream?
News 317 Groveland could see condo development
News You can help
News Fit for a Queen
News Downtown Council hires McLaughlin for improvement district
News Up the river without a paddlewheel
News Developer adds East Bank condo project to its growing list
News Business News
News Hubbard will help planetarium drive

Jan 26, 2004

News Lunchtime Tourist
News Doing my job
News Back to work
News Watershed board seeks volunteers
News Afterlife of Billy Graham properties looks heavenly for residents
News Urinetown
News City to rebuild LaSalle over two years
News Business News
News North Loop annual meeting is Jan. 28
News Councilmembers toss back North Loop spending plan
News Elder skelter
News City Council actions
News Like others, city employee giving down in 2003
News What's Broken
News Elliot Park eyesore to be renovated condos
News City plans new condo licensing, higher registration fees

Jan 19, 2004

News Lunchtime Tourist
News Homeless advocates: Pawlenty plan good for 2010, but what about now?
News Pawlenty disdains planetarium funding
News MCTC neighbors seek one-hour nonresident parking limit
News Doing my job
News Mill Ruins improvements subject of public meeting
News You can help
News Downtown Events
News Cars may get boot instead of a tow
News From panties to penthouses at International Market Square
News Business News
News Q&A with Adam Levy
News 50-year-old family market may be forced out of business
News Another swing at a ballpark
News Downtown policing incident costs city $75,000
News Downtown policing incident costs city $75,000
News Theater/salon solves parking problem
News Council confirms McManus; Downtown votes split
News You test 16 hours, and what do you get....

Jan 12, 2004

News Why is jaywalking three times costlier than blocking a fire station?
News Lunchtime Tourist
News LRT line: where jaywalking is actually enforced
News Where It's At
News City seeks tax-prep volunteers
News Q&A with Leslie Ball
News The nighttime revolutionaries
News Conspiracy or cure-all?
News Mastering disaster
News Downtown Events
News Business News
News Who's coming to Downtown
News Somali-run literacy program moves from Elliot Park
News What's Broken
News You can help

Jan 05, 2004

News Downtown Working
News Lunchtime Tourist

Dec 15, 2003

News Q & A
News 85-year-old jeweler leaves with a twinkle in his eye
News Ramp workers vote to unionize
News Business news
News Park Board loses top superintendent candidates
News Government News