Fridley
Totino-Grace opened the season in rough fashion, a 7-0 loss to Anoka. Struggling to make contact, the Eagles combined for just three hits and watched Anoka pile up 11 hits and a huge lead behind clutch offense and untimely errors. But the Eagles proved that was just a fluke and wouldn’t be the nor...Read More
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After falling 14-6 to Anoka and suffering their first loss of the season, Totino-Grace has rebounded rattling off three consecutive wins to improve to 5-1 and sit a half game over Robbinsdale-Armstrong who is 5-2 to claim the top spot in the Northwest Suburban Conference. With several question marks...Read More
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The city of Fridley was presented with the Minnesota Blue Star Award, a notable award that recognizes communities that excel in storm water management. The award was created in partnership with Friends of the Mississippi River, Minnesota GreenStep Cities, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Emmons a...Read More
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The Fridley City Council unanimously approved the Springbrook Nature Center improvement plans during its April 13 meeting. Jack Kirk, Fridley Parks and Recreation Director, presented Springbrook’s $5.4 million project plan to the council. The improvements include remodeling the existing 5,000 squa...Read More
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In March the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council (MRAC) awarded $312,316 to 66 organizations in its fiscal year 2015 Community Arts, Round 2 grant program. The program uses a block grant system to ensure funds are distributed broadly in the seven counties of MRAC’s service area. The organizations a...Read More
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