The Holiday Village, located in the Young-Quinlan Building on the corner of 9th Street South and Nicollet Mall, features more than 30 BIPOC and women creators and entrepreneurs and is open Wednesdays through Sundays through Dec. 24.
Peyton Sitz is a senior journalism student at the University of Minnesota on assignment with MinnPost for the Fall 2022 semester.
Influenza, COVID-19, and RSV case numbers have surged in Minnesota following the Thanksgiving holiday, Minnesota Department of Health experts said on a call with reporters Tuesday.
MinnPost sent University of Minnesota intern and photojournalist Peyton Sitz out to capture images of a snowy downtown St. Paul during Tuesday’s winter storm.
Dozens of Twin Cities restaurants that closed during the pandemic promised on their websites or social media to reopen. But they haven’t yet.
Plus: Minneapolis building will lease space to BIPOC-owned businesses; Asia Mall soft opening begins; Split Rock commemorates 47th anniversary of Edmund Fitzgerald wreck; pigs on the loose after I-94 rollover.
MinnPost sent reporters to polling places around the Twin Cities to talk about what brought voters out to cast ballots — and who they voted for.
Plus: Kim Crockett’s husband advocates for Election Day “SWAT team,” Strib photojournalist sues state public safety officials after injury; flu infections up in schools; and more.
Plus: Homicide suspect who was subject of widespread text alert arrested; Trump endorses Kim Crockett for SOS; hospital job vacancies up; and more.
Plus: Increase in RSV cases and hospitalizations; DFL files complaint against Jim Schultz; major travel over MEA; COVID cases remain low; and more.
Providers lost revenue during the pandemic, and while the state distributed grants and funds to help, advocates warn it is not enough to keep providers across the state afloat.