Editor’s Note: Every week we bring you a sampling of stories from Patch sites in the west metro: Eden Prairie, Edina, Fridley, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Lake Minnetonka, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Richfield, Southwest Minneapolis, St. Louis Park and St. Michael.
A disagreement about a man's loan to his then-girlfriend for Homeowner Association dues was featured on the popular TV court show. See the video for Judge Judy's no-nonsense attitude and her ruling.
Just in time for holiday shoppers, extensive renovations at Edina's iconic Southdale Center are nearly complete.
The mall has been open for business all along, of course, but Southdale officials provided an early glimpse of what the shopping center looks like following the $19 million project. Enjoy this early gallery of photos, courtesy of the Southdale Center Facebook Page.
Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) has chosen a site in Minnetonka for its newest $53 million clinic located at 10955 Wayzata Boulevard.
Delivering Christmas trees dressed as elves, Santa’s Tree Delivery is making spirits bright.
On Dec. 18, the Golden Valley City Council will vote on a resolution that will move studies forward on the D-1 alignment. Learn more about the D-1 and D-2 alignments, both paths under review in the Draft Environmental Impact Study.
Whether an increased sales tax or a new taxing jurisdiction, advocates say a reliable funding stream could insulate transit from political winds.
The Richfield Community Services Commission recently recommended the proposed music venue should be at Veterans Memorial Park.
Where should the performance venue be created in the city?
Darren Gile Hoffman was charged with first-degree DWI after police say he refused to submit to an alcohol test.
The new business received liquor license approval recently from the Maple Grove City Council and shared opening information.
City Manager Rick Getschow gives an overview of projects the Eden Prairie City Council recently approved and discussed.
The Wayzata School Board could approve changes to the district's elementary school attendance boundaries tomorrow, Monday, Dec. 10 at its meeting in Wayzata. Another scenario was proposed after its Nov. 26 work session and will be part of the discussion for making a decision.
The famous Patisserie 46 is charing over $100 per person for what should promise to be a very grand affair.
Soft-hitting news on a windy Thursday in Fridley.