Monday, November 19, 2012
Selected calls to the Woodbury Public Safety Department from Nov. 7-12.
The following information was obtained from recent police reports. A Minneapolis man told police he was fired from Dickey’s BBQ because he was voting and late to work the day before. A motorist stopped for a lane violation at the 6400 block of Lake Road registered a .107 on a preliminary breath test and was booked on suspicion of DWI. Police were called about a suspicious man who opened and closed a mailbox on Woodbury Drive. Officers were unable to locate the individual. Following reports of a man asking suspicious questions at Freeziac, police were able to make contact with the individual. After speaking with him, officers determined his intentions may have been to flirt with female employees at the shop and he simply came off the wrong…
Monday, July 9, 2012
The frozen-yogurt shop opened Friday in Woodbury and will host an event for the Woodbury Community Foundation on Thursday.
Anybody tried out Freeziac yet? The new frozen-yogurt shop—where people can build their own concoctions—opened Friday in the former Blockbuster space at 1960 Donegal Drive. For Thursday's grand opening, people from 5-7 p.m. can get a 16-ounce cup of frozen yogurt for $3. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Woodbury Community Foundation. Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our newsletter
Monday, July 2, 2012
The July 12 event will also benefit the Woodbury Community Foundation.
If this weather doesn’t have you thinking of a frozen treat, maybe this news will. Freeziac plans to hold a July 12 grand opening for its new shop in Woodbury, according to a release from the Woodbury Community Foundation. (There are conflicting reports on when store will be open—one says July 6, another July 9.) During the Woodbury grand opening, people can get a 16-ounce cup of frozen yogurt for $3. Proceeds from the event (5-7 p.m., Thursday, July 12) will support the Woodbury Community Foundation. Freeziac officials in April told Patch of their plans to open a new frozen yogurt shop at the former Blockbuster location in Woodbury. Freeziac gives customers the chance to create their own frozen treats, with options ranging from fresh …
Friday, June 15, 2012
The men’s grooming center is set to open at the former Blockbuster site in September.
The transformation of the former Blockbuster space off Valley Creek Road in Woodbury won’t end with Freeziac. Roosters Men’s Grooming Center plans to open at the location this fall, joining the frozen-yogurt chain. Patch asked Brian Thomas, in the marketing department with Regis Corp., parent company of Roosters, what people can expect from the new barbershop. Woodbury Patch: What is Roosters? Brian Thomas: Roosters is full-service grooming center committed to the best in men’s personal grooming. It's for men who want an authentic barber experience with a modern twist. Patch: When/where do you plan to open in Woodbury? Thomas: Planning for opening Sept. 12 in the space at 1960 Donegal Drive in Woodbury. Patch: What services do you offer? …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
The store is shooting for a June opening at the former Blockbuster location.
Woodbury will have another addition to the self-serve frozen yogurt game this summer. Freeziac is looking to open this June in the former Blockbuster location off Valley Creek Road, co-owner John Mallon told Patch on Thursday. It follows the recent opening of CherryBerry at Tamarack Village. Mallon said the lease was signed last week and Freeziac will take over a portion of the space. Reconstruction will likely begin in a month and Freeziac will open 6-8 weeks later, he said. Freeziac gives customers the chance to create their own frozen treats, with options ranging from fresh fruit and nuts to candy and hot fudge. “You build your own sundae,” Mallon said. “It’s that experience that makes it so fun.” The other co-owners are his wife Joanne…