Restaurant Revivals, Council Questions, City Supports Cancer Victim: Woodbury Rewind
A look back at some of the week’s more popular stories.
The League of Women Voters held a forum for Woodbury City Council candidates; three of the five attended.
The Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Italian restaurant at the Valley Creek Mall.
Roosters Men’s Grooming Center is open in Woodbury’s City Center.
The incident happened at about 7:15 a.m. Tuesday morning.
If anybody has photos from the wiffleball tourney/home run derby, email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How does it look in there? Folks seem pleased on our Facebook page.
Cowboy Jack’s is going in at the location, which has seen a steady rotation of restaurants over the years. How do you think they’ll do there?
After it was set to close, the Woodbury store is under new ownership and will remain open.
Some really awesome photos submitted here by Patch users.
A few folks chimed in with their experiences with the birds.
Betty Marquardt, of Woodbury, says she will vote for the Republican incumbent "because he not only has an understanding of how the economy works, but because he is a man of excellent character."
One nugget: An employee at McDonald’s called police after hearing sounds of screaming and a fight. Officers learned it was a group of people watching YouTube videos of fights in a car. They had the sound running through the vehicle’s speakers.
Lot of big-ticket homes this week.