Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts presents its annual 2013 Family Art Sunday, July 7, 1-4 p.m.
A Fridley man who had been facing five felony charges for a Ramsey burglary has pleaded guilty to one charge and the others were dismissed.
Stan Kowalski has made a positive impression on many people with all the volunteering he has done throughout his life. Add another fan to the list in Anoka County Sheriff James Stuart.
The Northeast Orchestra will perform in a themed concert titled “Symphonic Treasures,” Sunday, May 19, 3 p.m., at Church of St. William, 6120 Fifth St. N.E., Fridley. Director is Dr. Jeffrey Stirling. Free-will offering appreciated. For more information, visit www.neorch.org.
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 Minnesota House of Representatives released an $800 million bonding bill April 9 that includes $5 million for Springbrook Nature Center in Fridley.
One day he might be escorting a three-foot long orphan alligator rescued to the safety of a bathtub in his own home or the next day he’ll be traipsing across Springbrook’s fields with net in hand, wading through reed canary grasses rising well above his rimless glasses, to capture butterflies for a lepidoptera count.
The weather Saturday finally decided to cooperate just in time for Springbrook Nature Center’s annual Spring Fling.