On May 5 at 9:38 p.m. in the 12200 block of Duke Drive N.E., a woman reported that her vehicle was stolen. She had left the keys in her unlocked vehicle, which police later found at 3:54 a.m. the next day in a parking lot in the 12000 block of Central Avenue N.E. The doors were locked and the keys w...
A Blaine man is facing a felony charge in Anoka County District Court for allegedly having a short-barreled shotgun in his possession.
A Blaine man is facing a felony charge in Anoka County District Court for allegedly firing a shotgun in a Blaine neighborhood the evening of April 30.
The Walgreens Way to Well Health tour bus stopped at Walgreens store #02935 at the corner of Egret and University Avenue May 10 while on a nationwide tour to promote good health.
There has been a lot of discussion on how an adjacent neighborhood would be affected by a new Walmart on the north side of Ball Road, east of Lexington Avenue.
The Anoka County-Blaine Airport is gearing up for Discover Aviation Days June 1-2.
Air traffic control towers at the Anoka County-Blaine Airport and in St. Cloud will not close in June, but remain open at least through September.
Local senior citizens were able to refresh their memory or learn valuable safety lessons they never thought of at the 12th annual senior safety and wellness fair in Blaine.
When Marlyss Law first started playing the organ, computers took up whole rooms. Now one of her fellow organists is an iPad the size of a notebook.
On April 27 at 12:53 p.m. in the 8810 block of Davenport Street N.E., it was reported that kids threw something out the window of a silver vehicle that exploded and started grass on fire. The fire department put out the fire. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
Ten years to the day that grading began on The Lakes development, the Blaine City Council May 2 approved the 55th addition within this development and multiple other homes in other areas of the city.
A new frozen yogurt shop opened in Blaine just as it finally started feeling like spring.
The Blaine City Council April 4 approved sealcoating and pavement marking projects for this summer.
The Coon Creek Watershed District now has jurisdiction over a county ditch that covers 4.94 miles and is the principal storm water outlet for some 2,900 acres (5.4 miles) of residential, commercial and industrial land in Blaine, Coon Rapids, Fridley and Spring Lake Park.
The Blaine City Council April 18 approved a conditional use permit for a first event in Blaine called The Mud Games.
Hundreds of kids and their families came to the Healthy Kids Day event at the Emma B. Howe Family YMCA, Coon Rapids, Saturday evening.
For the past 16 years, an organization of people who live and work in the communities of Blaine, Ham Lake or Spring Lake Park have been recognizing people who make a difference in these communities.
The Blaine City Council April 18 unanimously approved $93,100 of open space and trail projects for 2013.
On April 17 at 10:37 p.m. in the 9250 block of Lincoln Street N.E., it was reported that thefts from several vehicles had occurred.
A 43-year-old man was arraigned April 15 in Anoka County District Court on two felony fifth-degree drug possession charges as well as a felony fleeing police in a motor vehicle count.
A Blaine man faces five felony charges in Anoka County District Court for allegedly sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl, taking revealing photos of the girl on his phone and have images of child pornography on his computer hard drive.
The Blaine Police Department hosted a bike helmet fitting clinic April 16 and will host another clinic May 7 in case you missed the first one.