Tyler Purohit, 12, a beloved student at the school, lost his fight with cancer early Friday, Oct. 11.
Richard Gladen attended his last Osseo Football game September 20.
SkyHill, a four-therapist practice, is just the second psychotherapy clinic focusing on sexuality in the Twin Cities.
Sean Hernandez is taking a small idea hatched by his daughter, Payton, and turning it into something that he hopes could be Earth-changing for everyone.
Allen Kline traveled from St. Joseph, MO, for his 11th Chick-fil-A opening.
The first 100 people in line received giveaways worth as much as $300.
A Florida developer build a six-story apartment complex with studios and one-, two- and three-bedrooms.
Three new tenants for were recently announced for the site.
Jon Leuer is preparing for his first full season with the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies.
Village Market will soon become the newest Lunds location.
The city of Plymouth was recently designated a "Heart Safe" community thanks to the ongoing efforts of the Plymouth Rotary Club, which partnered with Allina Hospitals and Clinics on the project to help people become trained on CPR and more.
The candidates and issues that voters are considering in the election for Minnetonka City Council, Minnetonka School Board and Hopkins School Board.
The record label will host a music party at Turtle's on Friday, Oct. 18.
Shakopee High was recently chosen to participate in Hennepin Theatre Trust's "SpotLight Musical Theatre Program."
Morgan Harris of Minneapolis won first place in the Youth category and took home the Gold Best of Show Award for the with the image, “Just a Splash.” The People’s Choice category is open for voting through Oct. 27.
Jasmine Tatah, of Eden Prairie, took second and third place, respectively, in the Youth Category for her images, "Solitary Reflection" and "Turn to Stone."
The Shower of Stoles collection tours the country, presented in local congregations, universities, seminaries and conferences. This is the third time in 15 years that Judson Memorial Baptist Church has exhibited stoles from the collection.
The event will feature prominent billiards players.
Golden Valley's annual fall leaf drop-off is a free service happening over three weekends. This year the drop-off days are on the weekends beginning Saturday, Oct. 26, Nov.1-2 and Saturday, Nov. 9.