The rebounding housing market is leading to double digit estimated market value increases in most Anoka County communities.
Changes have been made by the Coon Rapids City Council to city code regulations governing junk vehicles and the number of trailers allowed on residential properties.
Spring Lake Park residents Karen Ellingsworth and Lenny Grossman are not superstitious, but living at 666 Ione Ave. proved to be too much for the couple.
When Republican delegates from Minnesota’s 6th District met April 12 at Monticello High School, they were aware they were tasked with something new for the first time in eight years.
When Richard Aasness’ parents moved to Grow Township in 1956, most of the roads were surfaced with dirt, including 161st Avenue that their half-mile dirt driveway accessed. Hanson Boulevard was nowhere near them.