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Government, Real Estate
Monday night, the Savage City Council approved a restaurant proposal put forward by two sisters from Prior Lake.
A Brookings Institution study found that the number of poor in the Minneapolis-St. Paul suburbs more than doubled over the past decade.
Government, Schools, Business, Sports
This week's selections include a new Taco Bell, more on the Buddhist monastery, another attempt at school levies and a healthier sport drink for young athletes.
The Eden Prairie legislator condemned taxes like the proposed tax on business-to-business services.
Gov. Mark Dayton’s signature Tuesday didn’t end the heated debate around same-sex marriage.
Mayor Brad Tabke hopes to make Shakopee a haven for tourists and shoppers.
Thursday the Savage Planning Commission gave its blessing to Tay Phuong, a Buddhist monastery and temple that is planned for south Savage.
Government, Police & Fire
As of this week, Shakopee Police have joined in on the social media revolution.
Shakopee legislators were joined by David Hann, whose district includes Eden Prairie and Minnetonka, who condemned proponents of the measure for indulging in ‘name-calling.’
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