With all the ice and snow melting over the past few weeks, there has been plenty of water to wash away on our streets.
Yes, it feels like winter today. But if you need more proof that spring is coming, consider this — April 1 is the last day for declaring snow emergencies in Minneapolis.
For the vast majority of residents and businesses affected by Thursday afternoon’s water main break, the water is now safe to drink as water pressure has returned to normal.
Good news for residents of Uptown, bad news for everyone else. Three streets in the area will be part of an expansion of “permit-only” parking areas, strictly for residents.
For months, Peavey Plaza housed members of the Occupy Movement. But it quickly became a place that business owners and police call “a problem.” Police say the increasing poor conditions for people living at Peavey Plaza led to a 300 percent increase in arrests in that area.
Torrential rains in the past 48 hours flooded streets and closed off neighborhoods in the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior Wednesday
Minneapolis officials are warning motorists that they may encounter extra traffic and congestion this weekend.
A number of streets in downtown Minneapolis are getting repaved, and some of the roadway rehabilitations will include bicycle lanes.
It’s is the time of year many of us are arriving home to see a sign reading, “Loose Gravel.” The summertime dump of rock on our residential and busy streets is an irritation to many, but what’s going on with all those rocks?
Several streets will be closed on Sunday to make way for the Ashely Rukes GLBT Pride Parade and Twin Cities Pride 5K, according to the City of Minneapolis.
Some cars became stalled in St. Cloud as heavy rains caused street flooding in parts of the city.
Here’s a sign of spring: street sweeping begins Monday in St. Paul.
Roads and bridges are closing in the Twin Cities preparation for flooding.