Recently, the Northland received word that Younkers would be going out of business and vacating their premium space at the Miller Hill Mall. That's a big space to fill, so I hope the next business that goes there brings something new to the mall and something the community and tourists both ca…
If you're a Minnesota resident concerned about getting a REAL-ID-compliant drivers license, it was announced today that you can continue to use your standard driver's license or other state-issued ID cards for domestic air travel until 2020.
It's time to hit the woods for some camping fun! If you can get out this upcoming weekend, visit a participating KOA camground, including the Cloquet/Duluth KOA Journey Campground, for special price with proceeds to benefit kids fighting cancer.
It finally feels like spring in the Northland, so it's the perfect time do to the very spring-like activity of flying a kite! This Saturday, May 5, Grand Marais will be hosting Kites at the Harbor: Grand Marais Kite Festival.
If you've driven near where the William A. Irvin is normally docked or behind the DECC, then you know it's slow going due to the once stalled Minnesota Slip Seawall Project. Good news arrived recently that the project has resumed and an end date is in sight.
Marathons, and related races, can be messy affairs. Runners bring extra clothes that are discarded along the course, cups of water are tossed to the ground and food wrappers abound. Grandma's Marathon recognizes this and is working towards becoming a zero waste event.
Fitger's 5K was Saturday and for many Northland runners, that is a catalyst to kick their training into high gear for Grandma's Marathon races and more. As more runners and people in general take to the streets, drivers must be more diligent about not texting while driving.