General Announcements

This fall, the Minnesota Minority Education Partnership celebrates its 20th anniversary.

In Minnesota, the number of women and children killed as a result of domestic violence is on the increase and incidences of domestic abuse continues to rise around the country.

All kinds of groups have come out against the war in Iraq in the past few years. City councils have passed resolutions, and church groups regularly hold vigils. But there’s a church in St.

Do you know how well the schools in your community are doing in comparison to others in the whole state?

A new exhibition at the Weisman Art Museum entitled Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation features contemporary Native North American art from the West, Northwest, and Pacific.

A century-old vision for the historic Minneapolis Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway: has recently been brought back to the forefront.

A Mendota Heights rabbi is leading a national campaign to create a new kind of kosher certification, one that is concerned with corporate ethics.

Montevideo, Minnesota hosts the first annual Green Carpet Film Festival: Friday, November 16th and Saturday, November 17th.

Last Thursday, Hennepin County and the City of Minneapolis hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new pedestrian and bicycle bridge crossing Hiawatha Avenue.

Neighbors Against the Burner recently held a public meeting to provide residents of the Twin Cities more information about the hazards of building a Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) incinerator to generate e