Minneapolis would become the first Minnesota city to ban e-cigarettes in its parks and park buildings.
Greene, who defeated Anne Mavity with 53 percent of the vote, fills the 3rd District seat vacated by Gail Dorfman.
Under the new rules, mobile grocers must sell at least 50 fresh fruit and vegetable items, and no tobacco or alcohol products.
The change came after the ACLU filed suit challenging the clean-zone permitting process on first-amendment grounds.
A three-month campaign for an eight-month term comes down to a DFL legislator versus St. Louis Park Council member.
After a controversial demolition vote last month, a preservation group believes they can stop the teardown of the 15-unit rooming house for a 45-unit apartment building.
A Minneapolis City Council committee votes Tuesday to sell the 1937 theater, closed since 1987, to a developer who has pledged to repurpose it.
A much-changed city council votes to allow demolition of a 15-unit rooming house for a 45-unit apartment building, despite TV star’s urging.
The City Council unanimously approved the day honoring those who were in America before Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria.
The new Minneapolis mayor vows a more diverse police force and more economic opportunity for all.
The fourth of four candidate Q&As ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
The third of four candidate interviews ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
The second of four candidate Q&As ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
The first of four candidate interviews ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
The owner of a fire-scarred T.P. Healy-designed rooming house had tried for a year to make way for a four-story, 45-unit apartment building.
With preliminary approval of the Lake and Nicollet Redevelopment Project, the negotiations can begin.
Tougher city construction rules — though not design standards — take its place.