Struggling Minneapolis Bar Owner: 'Finish Line' Is Nowhere In Sight For COVID RestrictionsAs Minnesota lawmakers debate a relief plan, small business owners play a waiting game.
TCF Bank Merging With Huntington, Expected To Rebrand And Drop Name Next YearA bank name that’s been part of the Twin Cities since the 1930s will soon be gone. A major merger between Ohio-based Huntington Bank and TCF National Bank has just been announced.
COVID In Minnesota: 150 Bars, Restaurants Set To Defy Gov. Walz's Dial Back OrdersGov. Tim Walz is expected to announce his decision on his expiring COVID-19 restrictions this Wednesday. But dozens of businesses owners say they will open their doors whether he allows it or not.
Christmas Tree Lots See Record Sales, Selling Out Across Twin CitiesTree lots throughout the Twin Cities are seeing record sales, and some are even selling out -- something they’ve never done before.
COVID In Minnesota: East Grand Forks Bar's Liquor License Suspended For Violating Executive OrderThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety has suspended an East Grand Forks bar's liquor license after the business repeatedly defied Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz’s latest executive order, which aims to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Many Holiday Shoppers Opting For Outdoor Malls During Pandemic, Even In Minnesota ColdThe Shoppes at Arbor Lakes is one of the outdoor shopping and lifestyle centers near metro.
Lake Street Businesses Hoping Holiday Shoppers Will Choose Them This YearThere are 2,000 businesses along Lake Street, according to the Lake Street Council. While hundreds remain closed due to the George Floyd riots and pandemic, a majority of them are open.
Stimulus Package Update: Plan Should 'Give As Generous Aid To Local Governments As Possible,' Economist SaysThe proposed $908 billion coronavirus relief package is gaining traction in Congress. But will it be enough, and will it come in time?
When Can You Get The COVID Vaccine?The COVID-19 vaccine will be available to millions of Americans this month, but who qualifies depends on certain factors.
Residents At Cimarron Park, Many Already Struggling Amid COVID, Face Rent Hike“There’s a lot in the community that are really hurting right now and we’re all trying to figure out how to get by and make ends meet,” resident Kim Phan said.
Hudson City Council Unanimously Approves Thursday-Saturday 10 P.M. CurfewBusiness in Hudson, Wisconsin has been hot since Minnesota put its latest COVID-19 restrictions in place. Wisconsin has fewer restrictions.
Stimulus Package Update: Are Politicians Finally Ready To Make A Deal?With COVID cases spiking nationwide, and the economy set to feel the effects, politicians start to get more serious about a stimulus package.
COVID In Minnesota: Deadline Looms For Residents To Seek Housing AidMinnesota residents who have fallen behind on their rent, mortgage or utility payments amid the coronavirus pandemic should apply for state aid before a looming deadline of Monday night, Gov. Tim Walz and other officials urged Thursday.
Brooklyn Park Co. Builds COVID-Era Sanctuaries For Your BackyardMy Backyard Studio is a new construction project that would bring a home office, gym, or even a classroom to your backyard.
Stimulus Package Update: Lawmakers Announce Bipartisan Coronavirus Relief PlanCentrist Democrats and Republicans announced a $908 billion plan to address COVID relief that would help state and local governments, small businesses and individuals.