When it comes to the tricky tale of the attempts that Minneapolis and St. Paul have made to land a Major League Soccer team, plenty of soccer metaphors present themselves. The shot, the save, the called foul, the pass and/or assist; take your pick. But the more accurate example might be the “dead-ball” circumstance of ...
Officials are behind schedule when it comes to clueing in community members on the project.
A federal judge has ruled that the Metropolitan Council was within its rights to seek municipal approvals for the future Southwest Light Rail Transit line before updated environmental reviews were made available. But the decision does not end the case.
The city of Minneapolis has completed Historic Reviews for three of the seven municipal buildings spanning multiple blocks.
A new proposal would allow developers in some locations to skip the minimum parking requirements.
Minnesota Historical Society issued an RFP to create a long-term strategy for preserving the historic Washburn A Mill complex, which houses the Mill City Museum.
The city expects to issue a request for proposals for artists to vie for four public art opportunities including a new $500,000 iconic artwork, work from emerging artists and integrating art into the key features of the redesign.
Complaints against Jeff Hayden and Bobby Joe Champion are still splitting the Senate Subcommittee on Ethical Conduct along party lines.
The group studying a 30-mile transitway from St. Paul to Hastings has shifted gears on its preferred transit choice for the route.
Less than a week after the DFL convention failed to endorse a candidate in the Minneapolis mayoral contest, there is one less contender. Gary Schiff dropped out of the race on Wednesday and backed fellow Minneapolis City Council member Betsy Hodges.
Minneapolis DFLers will gather on Saturday morning to consider endorsing a candidate in the mayoral contest. The field of at least six credible challengers will make it difficult for anyone to reach the 60 percent threshold required for party backing.
Dayton, who received a handful of stadium proposals from cities and counties last week, said Wednesday that he prefers the current location of the Metrodome or a site on Linden Avenue in downtown Minneapolis.
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