A bill presented to state senators last week could establish a training program at the University of Minnesota that would help improve education for an under-served group in the state.
DJR Architecture Inc. and North Bay Companies presented two potential micro-unit apartments in Dinkytown to the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association’s land use committee Tuesday. The two 72-unit apartments would be located at 1103 and 1121 4th St. SE. There are currently four houses at the developments’ addresses.
Two establishments on and around the University of Minnesota campus have offered free services to furloughed federal government employees over the government shutdown.
University of Minnesota’s Institute of Child Development is asking for state support to live up to its No. 1 program ranking.
Current and former regents offered board candidates advice for surviving the election process at the state Capitol Wednesday.