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Wait Almost Over For Sunday Liquor Sales Starting July 2, liquor stores will be allowed to make sales on Sunday’s, thanks to a law passed earlier in the year.
St. Paul-Based Urban Organics Aims To Provide Local Greens All Year LongMinnesota winters aren't exactly ideal growing conditions for fresh local produce. One St. Paul company is working to bring local, organic greens to store shelves all year long.
Sears To Close Down Burnsville Mall LocationOfficials with the retail chain said that the story would be closed in late July, and a liquidation sale begins June 30.
Valleyfair, Canterbury Park Struggle To Find Summer StaffStudents looking for that summer job may want to consider the west metro. Two of the largest summer employers are facing challenges in bringing in a full staff.
Heated Debate Over Mpls. Minimum Wage HikeThe debate was heated Thursday afternoon at Minneapolis City Hall as city councilmembers considered raising the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
DeRusha Eats: Lord Fletcher's Old Lake LodgeLord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge provides a party outside on the wharf, elegant finer dining upstairs, and something in between in the middle.
Minnesota Contractor Fined $200K For Portland Bridge IncidentA contractor has been fined nearly $200,000 for violations discovered after two workers were injured in a mishap on Portland's Ross Island Bridge.
What Amazon's Purchase Of Whole Foods Means For ConsumersThe deal is targeted to close in the second half of the year.
Amazon Gets Competitive In Twin Cities Grocery WarsRight now, Amazon delivers groceries in some parts of the Twin Cities, but the online giant's food options and the area it serves are growing.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Barbershop In MinnesotaBrothers Mike and Kevin Villaran spent their childhood on the East Coast, but now make up the entire staff at Mike's Barber Shop in Red Wing.
Who's Eligible For Mandatory Paid Sick Leave In Mpls., St. Paul?Many companies in Minneapolis and St. Paul will be required to provide paid sick time for workers starting July 1.
Shrimp Company Set To Open In Southwestern MinnesotaA Minnesota company has announced details of its plans for a $50 million commercial shrimp production operation in the southwestern part of the state.

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