Holiday cheer is here. Time to jump in the car and see the dazzling displays of holiday lights throughout the greater metro area of Minnesota.
The annual Holiday Lights in the Park is ready to go, despite a delay in getting the lights. WCCO got a sneak peak at the colorful display early Tuesday morning at Phalen Park in St. Paul.
It’s a sign of the season! Christmas lights and displays unloaded to get ready for this year’s seventh annual holiday lights in the park.
We’ve seen a big increase in thieves stealing copper and other metals over the past few years. They may get a few hundred dollars by selling it for scrap, but they often cause thousands of dollars in damage.
A holiday tradition that benefits local charities gets underway Tuesday night in St. Paul. It’s the fifth year for drive through light display “Holiday Lights in the Park” at Phalen Park.
It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning some weekend fun! With Thanksgiving now just a week away, a lot of holiday events are kicking off this weekend.
Electric cords have been cut and stolen from the lighted displays in St. Paul’s Phalen Park this week.
The March of Dimes is moving two fundraising events in Minnesota this spring because of the potential for flooding on the Mississippi River.