A closed Coon Rapids bank building will soon become a multi-tenant retail building plus a restaurant.
The final beam has been placed in the Allina Health medical building under construction on Coon Rapids Boulevard.
Wearing tutus and tiaras, dozens of little girls sparkled and sashayed in splendor during the Miss Coon Rapids Princess Party staged May 18 as part of Epiphany Catholic Church’s Springfest celebration.
The Anoka County Board and the city councils of Andover and Coon Rapids have approved a new county dog park on the west side of Bunker Hills Regional Park that could be open later this summer.
Barna, Guzy & Steffen staff and attorneys have participated in a Habitat for Humanity project for the 11th year.
Coon Rapids Senior Services welcomes back one of its favorite performers for its dinner show at the Coon Rapids Civic Center Friday, May 31.
The Coon Rapids City Council is not interested in pursuing a southerly pedestrian access trial project from the Riverdale Station platform to and from the Wedgewood residential neighborhood.
Coon Rapids will again be reconstructing a lift station this year as part of its five-year sanitary sewer capital improvement program. On the docket this year is Lift Station No. 8, which is located at 10320 Mississippi Blvd.
The Blaine-area Just For Kix program participated in Feed the Need, an event organized by Radio Disney and the Girl Scouts of River Valleys at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds May 4.
Even as gray skies wept and the ground turned a glistening green, Church of the Epiphany celebrated its annual Springfest event May 17, 18 and 19.
New Horizon Academy has selected MacPhail Center for Music as the primary music provider for New Horizon’s learning enrichment program.
Phase two of the city of Coon Rapids’ Home for Generations (H4G II) program will be presented to the public at an open house Thursday, May 30, 4:30 to 8 p.m., at the Coon Rapids Civic Center.
A Coon Rapids business is at the cutting edge of detecting contaminants in food products.
The annual Memorial Day weekend services presented by the Anoka County Veterans Council will take place Saturday, May 25 at two locations in the county.
Anoka County District Court Judge Douglas Meslow determined today (May 20) that a Blaine man could serve a life sentence for the stabbing his girlfriend to death in Coon Rapids in October 2011.
A domestic situation involving with a drunk male with a firearm has led to two charges being filed in Anoka County District Court against a Coon Rapids resident.
Seniors centers from Anoka, Blaine and Coon Rapids are joining together for a National Fitness Day event this month.
Volunteers from the Coon Rapids American Legion Auxiliary served lunch to residents of the Camilia Rose Care Center last week.
Contracts have been awarded by the Coon Rapids City Council for two of the three residential street reconstruction projects planned this year.
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.
Members of the Coon Rapids American Legion, the Coon Rapids VFW and their ladies auxiliaries will be selling poppies in the community today (Friday, May 17) and tomorrow (Saturday, May 18).
With dangling legs and twirling arms, the limberjack’s pushpin shoes tap on the wood held in place by eager fourth-graders.