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Local Eden Prairie bicyclists and walkers crave more convenience between the trails around the community. Discussion is taking place to provide alternate forms of transportation that would increase outdoor activity. Suggestions include a trail loop that passes by historic sites and places to eat; somewhat similar to the Minneapolis Greenway Trail.
Known as having the ‘Minnesota Nice’ vibe, the city of Eden Prairie has many choices when it comes to picking the perfect neighborhood for yourself! After being named by Money Magazine as one of the top three places to live several times over the past decade, home sales and values have remained better than average.
Take the challenge! It is not a difficult one to do, unless you like to take long showers, but the city of Eden Prairie is encouraging residents to conserve our greatest natural resource: water. Known as the Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, residents will have a chance to make a small difference in this big world!
More than 10,000 kids in need will be getting new athletic shoes this week thanks to Allina Health. Allina bought the shoes through a partnership with the Two Ten Foundation, The Jay Group Ltd, and Keds as part of its New Hoes, Health Kids initiative. The shoes are being loaded up in Allina Health Ambulances on Wednesday and are headed to 30 different distri
A truck slammed into a brick wall in Maplewood at 90 mph after an early-morning chase Wednesday. Metro Transit Police say the chase started around 3 a.m. in Minneapolis. The suspect got on Interstate 35W, Highway 36 in Roseville, and ended at the intersection of County Road B and Arcade Street in Maplewood, police say. Police say the truck reached speeds of
Archbishop John Nienstedt, the head of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, had not known of any credibly-accused priests serving in the ministry because he took his staff's advisement at word and did not look at any documentation, according to a court-ordered deposition made public Tuesday. In the deposition, Nienstedt said he was aware of a