Minnesota African American Heritage Calendar to celebrate 2015 honorees
Monday, 26 January 2015 14:56
The Minnesota African-American Heritage Calendar Award Committee (MAAHC) is hosting an awards ceremony to unveil its 2015 calendar and its honorees. The celebration takes place Friday, Jan. 30 at Progressive Family Life Center, 1505 Burns Ave., St. Paul. The celebration takes place from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The event will have several artists performing including Gevonee Ford, Sam and Valerie Butler and Family and S.W.A.G. Teen Praise Dancers.
West Broadway Improvement District begins operations
Thursday, 22 January 2015 15:59
Shaina Brassard, West Broadway Business and Area Coalition
The start of the New Year marked the beginning of implementation of the West Broadway Improvement District (WBID).
West Broadway Business and Area Coalition officials say ongoing services on West Broadway, the primary commercial corridor in north Minneapolis, will have a positive and long-lasting impact on both the neighborhood and the larger community of Minneapolis. Residents, business owners and visitors have already noticed the difference made after the first rounds of litter pickup and poster removal undertaken by WBID crews.
Senior Community Services' HOME chore program expands as Neighborhood Involvement Program ends senior services
Thursday, 22 January 2015 15:11
Nonprofit Senior Community Services (SCS), which operates the state's largest chore services program for seniors, has acquired a household chore program serving Minneapolis seniors from Neighborhood Involvement Program (NIP), which ended direct client services Dec. 31.
Mattie Davis loves and cares for people ... all people.
When someone is in need, she does what she can to help. She lives in Booth Manor, a senior high-rise across the street from Loring Park that houses 275 hundred elders, including an enclave of Russian immigrants. It troubled Davis seeing seniors who were alone during the holidays.