The Blaine community came out to Blaine City Hall Monday evening for the winter holiday celebration.
More than 200 volunteers gave back to the community at Faith Lutheran Church, Coon Rapids, Thanksgiving Day Nov. 28.
The Element Center Teen Center in Coon Rapids will remain open.
The community will gather Saturday, Dec. 7 for what has become a popular Christmas celebration in Anoka.
Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts will be transforming the building into a handmade market for the holidays.
The mission of Rotary clubs across the world is to support humanitarian and educational efforts to change lives and improve communities.
Instead of cookies, nonperishable food items are what Santa’s craving this year.
Nine students from Coon Rapids elementary schools got to ride in a Coon Rapids Fire Department fire engine Nov. 20.