Brooklyn Park
BY SUE WEBBER – CONTRIBUTING WRITER Amplified sound will be temporarily banned in all parks in Brooklyn Park, the City Council decided Jan. 20. Mary Pat Black, the city’s Parks and Facilities manager, told the council a pilot program was adopted in 2011 that allowed amplified sound by permit onl...Read More
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The Hennepin County Horticultural Society will host its monthly speaker 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9, at Faith-Lilac Way Lutheran Church, 5530 42nd Ave. N., Robbinsdale. February’s speaker is Terry Engels, who will deliver a presentation called, “Keeping it Going: How the Professionals Keep a Polished ...Read More
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Victor Donato Memorial Foundation hopes to harness Crystal florist’s spirit of compassion, enthusiasm Victor Donato, often better known as “Vito,” is the namesake for the west metro’s newest charitable organization. The Victor Donato Memorial Foundation is intended to honor Donato and his ex...Read More
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BY SUE WEBBER – CONTRIBUTING WRITER Council considers change in meeting schedule Brooklyn Park Assistant City Manager Mike Sable will become the city’s interim city manager Tuesday, Feb. 2. The Brooklyn Park City Council approved Sable’s appointment at its Jan. 20 meeting. Sable will continue ...Read More
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Robbinsdale Area Schools’ Creative Play Preschool is registering children for the 2015-2016 school year. Early education classes are provided for children ages 3-5 in schools throughout the district. Classes meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays or Tuesdays and Thursdays, morning or afternoon for t...Read More
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In remembrance of the five decades that have passed since the 1964 passage of the United States Civil Rights Act, a group of panelists at Hennepin Technical College’s Brooklyn Park campus discussed the state of civil rights and racial justice in the present day. “How Far Have We Come?”– a Tu...Read More
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