The company, which has an Eagan location, is cutting 3,000 jobs.
SkyHill, a four-therapist practice, is just the second psychotherapy clinic focusing on sexuality in the Twin Cities.
Tori Boomsma talked shop with host Bethenny Frankel—and got the Hudson business some national exposure along the way.
In the last couple years, Rojo Mexican Grill has hired nearly a dozen employees in drug and alcohol recovery programs. The addicts "have been my best employees on any level," Rojo's general manager says.
Oak Park Heights has given the green light to the former car dealership property becoming home to indoor shooting range and sporting retail store—a quarter mile from Stillwater Area High School.
The first 100 people in line received giveaways worth as much as $300.
It opened in late September on Seasons Parkway.
Big Frog Custom T-Shirts is going in at Woodbury’s City Centre.
Paragon Outlet Partners has released a new list of additional stores that will occupy the mall.
The company opened a new store on Wedgewood Lane.
The company is now open at the West Oak Center in Oakdale.
Urgent Care Lakeville is located in FamilyHealth Medical Clinic, a service of Northfield Hospitals and Clinics.
The coffee shop is now open at 6014 Highway 36 Boulevard in Oakdale.
The burger joint is opening in the former Kelly Gallery space in Woodbury.
The Northfield pub is hoping to join in the action of spreading men's health awareness through the month of November.
Silver Bell Diner is located in the Cedar Grove Development area in Eagan.
Forty-two Chick-fil-A fans gathered at the chain’s new Maple Grove restaurant to win free meals.
St. Croix River Tours will operate Friday–Sunday, the final three days of the season. Kayak and canoe tours won't restart because they launch from National Park Service areas.
The company will offer a variety of pet care services.
Owner Lymarie Jimenez is opening her first retail shop.
With more than 35,000 sq. ft. of space and room for 60-plus units, the facility will join The Legacy at St. Michael as premiere senior communities in the STMA area.
It’s going in next door to Angelina’s Kitchen in the Eagle Valley Marketplace in Woodbury.
Dave Ready Jr., an Edina High School graduate, is head winemaker at Murphy-Goode, one of Sonoma County's largest vineyards.
The studio is looking to attract clients who want the martial arts workout, but don’t want to fight.
Elion, which is under contract to purchase the property, unveiled its plans for the 100-acre site Thursday at the Woodbury Business Classic.
Elion plans to purchase the 100-acre site and 400,000-square-foot building for redevelopment.
Among the suggested businesses for the site are Trader Joe's or Whole Foods.
The yoga studio is currently located at 1125 Woodbury Drive.
The development in Eagan already includes Cub Foods and Walgreens as anchor stores.
Three tenants for the existing 19,000-square-foot building were also recently announced.
The Edina City Council approved a site plan at its Tuesday meeting.