Meda announced today that Gary Cunningham, CEO and president, will step down at the end of June.
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Through the fire: Louis King, owner of Lola of the Lake, talks about rebuilding after his business burned down.
Students at Highland Park Senior High School staged a walkout last week to protest the use of the N-word by a White teacher.
Sharon Sayles Belton will receive the YWCA Minneapolis’ Woman of Power Award.
Tommie’s Pizza opened its doors in January as the Twin Cities’ only Black-owned pizza shop, and it’s sitting on prime real estate.
The board hosted a ceremony renaming its West River Road building to Mary Merrill Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board Headquarters.
Minnesota Attorney General, Keith Ellison reflects on the his first six month in office.
The iconic pavilion that housed Black-owned Lola on the Lake is set to be torn down after suspected arson.
Monique Linder was recently appointed to the hospital’s Twin Cities Advisory Council (TCAC).
In just a few short years, North Minneapolis’ New Rules has become a community fixture for co-working and co-mingling.