Residential construction in the Twin Cities area in March hit a 10-year month over month high with a 22 percent increase in the number of permits issued compared to the same month last year, according
A day shelter for local homeless families recently moved to Chaska.
Proposed school boundaries would move La Academia into Chaska Elementary and redraw Chaska High School’s borders to include students from outside of Chaska.
Bob Roepke’s recent column in the Herald of his growing-up years in Chaska, when it was just a small town, brought to my mind some of my own reminiscences (only mine go back a generation earlier than
Mercury, the messenger of the gods, pops into the evening sky in April, making its best evening appearance of the year. Look to the west-northwest an hour after sunset around the 18th, when it will be
At 7 p.m. on April 13, 2016 Carver on the Minnesota, Inc. will hold its Quarterly Meeting Event at the Church by the River at 109 Main Street East in downtown Carver. The event will feature, “Preparing Your Bike for the Upcoming Biking Season”, and will be co-hosted by Michael’s Cycles of Chaska. It will feature all sorts of information on choosing a bike, sizing a bike, maintenance, bicycle types, etc. Just in time for the new bridge crossing over Spring Creek, and this year’s paving of the new trail connecting Carver and Chaska! Bring your questions. The event is free, with Carver on the Minnesota furnishing snacks and beverages.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Wednesday, March 30 that he would not be charging Minneapolis Police Officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze in the shooting death of Jamar Clark.
Each week we publish a detail of a local landmark. The next week we identify the landmark. Do you know where the heck this is? (Read more…) Send us your guess.
In 2011, a first steamboat in decades docked at Carver.
On this date in history, the Herald reported:
Canterbury Park Holding Corp. reported Tuesday a 2015 net income increase of 13 percent to $2,727,000, or 64 cents per diluted share in 2015 compared to net income of $2,411,000, or 57 cents in 2014.
Two vehicles overturned in separate crashes over the holiday weekend.
Most have heard the adage “Don’t like the weather? Wait 5 minutes.”
Brenna Mathers, 13, just finished a Girl Scout service project that combines two of her passions — reading and animals.
She’s one of those larger-than-life personalities that is primarily known by her first name alone. Margo.
The answer to last week’s quiz was the the historic Stege-Klammer House, one of the grand homes that stands on the east side of City Square Park.