Some people living in North Minneapolis came together on Saturday to say they’re tired of violence. A carwash was held at Farview Park to bring attention to the problems. The group Young Just-Us, made up of young men and women from the Northside, sponsored the event.
Some local kids are getting a lesson on and off the basketball court. The kids are taking part in the Clyde Turner Educational Basketball camp at Farview Park in north Minneapolis.
The response to the tornado that hit north Minneapolis earlier this month is changing as service providers scale back at the Disaster Recovery Center at Farview Park.
Storm victims in North Minneapolis got a break from the clean-up effort Saturday to enjoy a barbecue.
The Recovery Center at Farview Park was set up on Wednesday, and thousands of people have been able to go there and get food, clothing, and help with healthcare needs.
The Disaster Recovery Center set up at Farview Park served 2,500 people in first two days that it was open on Wednesday and Thursday.
Tuesday afternoon, the city of Minneapolis informed some of those folks that, like it or not, their house isn’t safe enough to live in anymore after Sunday’s tornado.