The following is a collection of articles that appeared over the past week on east metro Patch sites.
Known for its “Triple Triple,” a nine-patty burger, the restaurant is set to open in Woodbury’s City Centre, next door to Subway.
Alex Poor, a 7-year-old Woodbury boy, won a WCCO contest and checked out batting practice on the field and hung out in the dugout before Tuesday’s Minnesota Twins game.
Annie Ballantine says she will be the first person in the U.S. to undergo a stem cell transplant for her condition using umbilical cord blood.
Stillwater's Lift Bridge Brewing Company has developed a recipe for mini-donut beer that will debut at the Minnesota State Fair this year. The new brew will be available exclusively at the Ball Park Café from Aug. 22 through Sept. 2.
In the areas where the sand wasps are nesting—at Sunrise, Teddy Bear, Anez Ridge and Staples parks—city staff has posted signs notifying park users of the wasps.
I have to vent today because I just spent one hour of my day trying to find a parking space, Eric Beaudry writes in this opinion piece.
North Hudson Pepper Fest will take place Aug. 16-18 with the bands 8 foot 4 playing Friday, Jug performing Saturday and the Dweebs closing out this year's event.
It’s “Pizza, Pizza” time in Hudson. David and Denise Lay, also the owners of Toy-Riffic Video Games, opened up the newest pizza shop in town today on Crestview Drive.
The Bacon Bash will feature arts/crafts vendors, local micro-brewed beers, food vendors, and Amateur Bacon cook-off, kid's activities, live music and much more, Croix Valley Sauces Owner Damon Holter said.
Minnesota Humanities Center to Honor Oakdale Veteran
Mohammad Zafar has worked to foster a better understanding of the Muslim community.
The deadline for artists to enter is Aug. 30.
whose landscaping went above and beyond include: PINZ, Oakcrest Village
Townhomes, the Oakdale Veteran’s Memorial, and the homes of Dallas and
Kyara Kieffer and Ann Ribbens and AJ Moses.