Economic Development

Construction firm fined for worker's death at Saints ballpark site

A construction firm working at the site of the new St. Paul Saints ballpark has been fined more than $50,000 as a result of an accident last year that killed one of its workers, the St. Paul...

April 02, 2014

Gluten-free Burning Brothers Brewing opening St. Paul taproom

The Midwest is getting what may be its first-ever gluten-free brewery – and it’ll call St. Paul home. The team behind Burning Brothers Brewing announced that, after a few months of brewing...

April 02, 2014

Handshake

Stratasys Acquires Two More Companies

The 3D printing giant said it will purchase Solid Concepts, Inc., for up to $295 million but didn’t disclose Harvest Technologies’ purchase price.

April 02, 2014

Red Wing Offers $40K Incentive For New Restaurants

Red Wing, which also recently launched a business incubator, is now hosting a contest aimed at attracting new restaurants to its downtown.

April 01, 2014

Plymouth Travel Agency Plans “Aggressive” Growth In UK

Travel Leaders Group has added a new headquarters building in London as part of an expansion plan that involves organic growth and future acquisitions in Europe.

April 01, 2014

Nord

Growing Mktg. Firm Relocates To St. Paul’s Union Depot

Nord, which also counts the Union Depot among its clients, relocated to an office space—which is more than three times the size of its previous headquarters—in the recently renovated transit building.

March 31, 2014

Project to revitalize St. Paul's East Side nears completion

Phase one to revitalize a St. Paul neighborhood is almost complete. The $14 million, 40,000-square-foot Arlington Hills Community Center, which features the new Arlington Hills Library and...

March 31, 2014

Possibilities: City leaders unveil potential for future of St. Paul

Possibilities. That’s what St. Paul city leaders stressed as they unveiled drawings of what they hope the city’s future could look like. St. Paul has built a strong foundation for...

March 29, 2014

U of M students hope to fill growing local hop demand

Three former and current University of Minnesota students are hopping on the Minnesota craft brewing train. U of M alumnus Eric Sannerud, whose family owns a farm in Ham Lake, U of M horticulture...

March 29, 2014

Jobs

MN Loses 100 Jobs; Unemployment Rate Inches Up

When accounting for February’s job losses, Minnesota has added a net 700 jobs in the past two months; that’s compared to 27,700 added during the last three months of 2013.

March 27, 2014

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