Kids and their families came to have fun at the annual St. Francis Elementary School carnival March 23.
The Anoka Women of Today hosted its annual Easter egg hunt and party March 23 at George Green Park.
Now in its third year, the Andover Huskies Youth Hockey Association gave its mite-level players a taste of outdoor hockey in the annual Winter Classic on Hockey Day in Minnesota.
Sixty-one cans of whipped cream stood at the ready and the plates were prepared, but it was no waiting for dessert.
The eighth annual Spring Lake Park School District 16 Staff Folleeez and Variety Show took place Nov. 16 and seven acts entertained to a nearly sold out crowd.
Emily Kallis is the new Miss Coon Rapids.
Some 7,000 spectators bundled up and beat the wind, eager to witness the annual Big Parade of Little People making its way down Main Street, Anoka, the afternoon of Oct. 26.
Anoka Halloween hosted its annual pumpkin carving event at Akin Riverside Park Saturday afternoon.
A newly constructed Main Street debuted in downtown Anoka for the annual Light up the Night Parade on Saturday at 7 p.m.
The Coon Rapids Fire Department capped Fire Prevention Week activities Saturday with open houses at its three fire stations.
The Spring Lake Park-Blaine-Mounds View (SBM) Fire Station 3 had a very busy weekend.
Prairie Home Delights, Anoka-Ramsey Community College Foundation’s annual scholarships fund-raiser, returned to the college campus Sept. 28.
It was a special salute to the military, veterans, firefighters and emergency medical services personnel in Spring Lake Park.
It was a date with history over the weekend in Nowthen.
The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office held an open house at its facility in Andover Sept. 12.
Marching bands from all five Anoka-Hennepin High Schools performed their field shows at the District 11 Marching Band Preview Show at Coon Rapids High School on Saturday.
Coon Rapids Lions Club’s third annual open house and pig roast at Lions Coon Creek Park Saturday had a two-fold purpose.
Blaine’s Church of St. Timothy hosted its annual carnival over the weekend.
Ramsey Happy Days offers something for everyone during the two-day celebration.
With an eye on filling a need, the United Methodist Church of Anoka held United for the Community Aug. 30, a first-time event just in time for the back to school rush.
It was a team effort to feed around 290 people at the Coon Rapids VFW Post 9625 as the post honored veterans Aug. 12.
The cities of Blaine and Spring Lake Park celebrated Night to Unite Aug. 7 in grand style.