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The Dinkytown McDonalds reopened on Nov. 14.

Dinkytown McDonald’s makes its official return

by Grace Aigner and Alexandra DeYoe
Published November 15, 2023
Opening night brings a (Mc)flurry of business and excitement for the return of the former Dinkytown staple.
Sign directing patrons to Mill City Farmers Market on Nov. 4.

Spring greens in March: Mill City Farmers Market transitions to winter hours

by Grace Aigner
Published November 12, 2023
Operation through colder months helps promote business for local vendors and foster community.
The University sent the message out around noon on Sunday.

DEVELOPING: Individual robbed and kidnapped

by Alexandra DeYoe
Published November 12, 2023
The University sent out an alert of a robbery and kidnapping that occurred at 1 a.m Sunday morning.
Four neighborhoods, four secret gems near UMN

Four neighborhoods, four secret gems near UMN

by Jack O'Connor
Published November 7, 2023
Drinks, art, theater and other entertainment are available in the University’s surrounding neighborhoods.
People voting at Machine Shop on St. Anthony Main on Nov. 7, 2023.

2023 Minneapolis City Council election results

by Jack O’Connor, Alexandra DeYoe, Grace Aigner, and Alex Lassiter
Published November 7, 2023
The pro-Frey moderates and anti-Frey progressives looked to secure control of the Minneapolis City Council, with one ward still undecided Wednesday morning.
University Medical School buildings are seen from Washington Avenue during a rain storm on Tuesday, July 16, 2019.

Minnesota MedTech 3.0 selected as one of 31 federal tech hubs

by Alex Lassiter
Published November 6, 2023
The tech hub aims to place Minnesota as a global center for medical technology development and distribution.
Varsity Theater (left), Blarney Pub and Grill (bottom right) and the one story brick building on the northwest corner of 4th St SE and 14th Ave SE (top right), on November 6, 2023.

Preserving Dinkytown: Commercial Historic District design guidelines spark conversation and concern

by Grace Aigner
Published November 6, 2023
Eight years after it was first proposed, the city has resumed discussion of Dinkytown’s Commercial Historic District guidelines draft.
Minneapolis City Hall on March 26, 2023.

Q&A with Ward 2 City Council candidates Robin Wonsley, Michael Baskins

by Alexandra DeYoe
Published November 5, 2023
Incumbent Robin Wonsley and opposer Michael Baskins discuss their respective campaigns.
The Weisman Art Museum held an early-voting event on Nov. 2.

Early voting pop-up event aims to improve voting accessibility

by Georgia Jensen
Published November 2, 2023
Organizers provided busy students with convenient access to a voting site.
Construction in the apartments across from Athletic Village.

Preventing a repeat of Identity Dinkytown is a new ordinance’s top priority

by Jack O’Connor
Published October 31, 2023
Councilmember Robin Wonsley talked about her new ordinance and how it would let renters back out of leases if the apartment is not built in time.

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