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Minnetonka Names New Preschool Coordinator

Minnetonka Public Schools recently announced that Jenny Van Aalsburg has been promoted to the coordinator of Preschool and Early Childhood Family Education.


Tour Season Begins for Minnetonka’s Burwell House

The home, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, remained in the Burwell family until 1958 and was purchased by the City of Minnetonka in 1970.


Minnetonka Makes Security Company’s List of Safest Minnesota Cities

With a crime rate significantly lower than the county and state and average income higher, Minnetonka is a great place to do business or live.


Latest Technology Highlighted at Robotics Alley Conference and Expo

Some impressive robotics are on display in the Twin Cities. The Robotics Alley Conference and Expo is where community members can see many of the world’s top innovations and meet with industry leaders. The fourth-annual event will discuss topics such as robotics’ role in health care, crop and livestock management, unmanned vehicles and aircraft, and more. Or

Mpls. Committee Considers Expanding In-Person Absentee Voting Hours

Minneapolis voters may soon have more options when it comes to the way they vote in November. A city council committee on Thursday will consider expanding hours for in-person absentee voting. The proposal would expand in-person voting on weekdays and weekends for the two weeks leading up to Election Day in an effort to ramp up voter participation. It would a

DOJ to Launch Pilot Program in Twin Cities to Detect Terrorist Recruits

The Department of Justice will launch a pilot program in Minneapolis and St. Paul that could help detect American extremists looking to join terror organizations. U.S. Attorney Andy Luger announced the Twin Cities' participation during an interview with the Associated Press on Tuesday. More than two dozen Americans have left the Twin Cities area since 2