Compiled by Kevira Voegele
The local treatmaker's 'poparoons' earned a place on the 'O List' in Oprah's magazine, WCCO-TV reported.
The box may still be at the Minnesota facility where it went missing, the Fridley-based corporation told the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Find out which new businesses have opened at Albertville Premium Outlets and one that will be expanding.
Find out when the new fried chicken eatery will open.
See what's new in At Home and Co., Suzanne Haughland's new design store at 50th and France.
The consignment shop opened July 1, two doors down from Brides of France's couture space.
The company reported that second-quarter earnings were up.
The Shakopee City Council agreed to the requested economic incentives on Wednesday.
Shutterfly would create 329 jobs in Shakopee over the next two to five years.
The Hopkins Business and Civic Association named Blackstone Manor its 2010 business of the year.
And to celebrate Richfield and the rest of the restaurant locations are running week-long specials in mid-September.
The bakery, which will open in the space formerly occupied by S & D Dry Cleaning, is the passion project of two childhood friends.
Home goods, cell phones on offer along 54th St. and Diamond Lake Road.
Lund Foods is in talks with U.S. Bank about buying an office building kitty-corner to the current site of its grocery store.
Samuel Stiele and Ed Stiele faced foul smells and floors covered in grease after they bought the shuttered building.
The “Regatta” will be located above the street level of the Plaza Block as part of the mixed-use master plan and will offer luxury condominium homes.
Members of the I-94 West Chamber of Commerce were among those welcoming the new business to the nearby Rogers community.
In the past decade, the spot has been known by a series of names, including Majors Sports Cafe.
Google representatives, city officials, state legislators and Minnetonka's congressman gathered at The General Store of Minnetonka on Thursday to celebrate how well the community's businesses have done at going online.
St. Louis Park wants Knollwood's owner to pay $2.5 million to $4 million in stormwater compliance costs. Knollwood called the amount a "tall order."
'Fearless Fashionista' is a fashion and lifestyle blog launching this summer.
The company will renovate its new facility and plan to move in September of next year.
The apartments would go up at the site currently housing Borofka's Furniture.
The St. Louis Park council will vote next week on whether to give more restaurant space to the shopping development.
Matt Sederstrom will open his fourth Honest-1 Auto Care location in Maple Grove the day after Labor Day.
The Alignment Guy shop wants to relocate from Bloomington to 6124 Olson Memorial Highway, an industrial zoned area of the city within the Expressway International Park complex in Golden Valley.
Minneapolis-based Project for Pride in Living wants to build a 51-unit apartment building at Oxford Street and Blake Road.
The first induction ceremony will be held Oct. 4, according to a park press release.
A new website appears to be home two years worth of information on health code violations for Minneapolis establishments.
James Patrick Mellin II and Timothy Devries were disciplined for substance abuse Aug. 1, according to the Star Tribune's Whistelblower blog.
Voice your opinion at an upcoming public hearing.
The Minneapolis-based business Fun City Dogs would like to expand to a second location in Plymouth off Hwy 169 near Golden Valley. The Plymouth City Council approved a conditional use permit for the canine boarding facility.
Richard Schulze said that selling Best Buy shares will help diversify his portfolio.
Two of the Lake Minnetonka area's oldest golf courses will see their last round this fall.
Readers share where the best pizza is around town.