The Superior Street reconstruction project in Downtown Duluth will receive additional review to determine which of the competing interests – pedestrians, motorists, bicyclists, shoppers and others – will receive a slice of the redesigned 80-foot corridor.
- City pressured to reconsider Superior Street bike lanes
- USW will keep working after Iron Range contracts expire Tuesday
- Political observers agree: WEDC's performance has been disappointing
- 'Empty lake': Struggling Mille Lacs resorts hope for winter walleye
- Bicyclists will unveil alternate Superior Street design, which retailers say will reduce parking
The United Steelworkers Union (USW) has asked its members at ArcelorMittal and United States Steel to continue working even though their contract expires Sept.1. Negotiation among the entities began in June. UWS represents approximately 17,000 workers at U.S. Steel and 13,000 at ArcelorMitta…
The Greater Downtown Council is asking its members to attend a Monday meeting of the Duluth City Council, where a discussion of the Superior Street Reconstruction Project will be held at the 6 p.m. Committee of the Whole session. It will be held in the Third floor Council Chambers of City Hall.
Price, trade issues pose tough challenge
The term ‘Energiewende’ can loosely be translated as ‘energy transition’ and stands for a 2011 policy the German government put into effect with the goal of ridding itself of the use of fossil fuels and other non-reusable energy sources. By 2050, the country’s energy portfolio is supposed to…
Anyone who has ever participated in a sight-seeing tour knows the drill. You meet at a certain point and follow a guide. You lean in to decipher what’s being said and after two hours you say your ‘thank you’ and head out to grab a bite to eat, thinking all along you could have easily gained …
Representatives of ALLETE Clean Energy (ACE), the Duluth Seaway Port Authority and Lake Superior Warehousing Co. provided a demonstration of heavy cargo being unloaded from a large vessel Thursday on Duluth’s working waterfront.
Gov. Mark Dayton has ordered a special election to be held Dec. 8 to fill the vacancy created by the death of State Rep. David Dill.
The Area Partnership for Economic Expansion hosted an APEX Insider Event at the new Hermantown office of Consolidated Communications Wednesday. APEX investor-members toured the facility and received inside perspective on Consolidated’s merger with Enventis and the subsequent rebranding.
Linda Eno expected her Lake Mille Lacs resort to feel some slack after state officials abruptly closed the lake's walleye season in early August.
As Reed Hall, the head of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, prepares to step down from his role, political observers agree that his beleaguered agency's performance has been profoundly disappointing.WEDC has been criticized for a lack of oversight of loans given to companies in…
Barron’s has named JNBA Financial Advisors’ CEO Richard S. Brown to its 2015 list of the Top 100 Independent Financial Advisors. JNBA, which has an office in Duluth, is the only Minnesota firm to be named to the list.
Stephanie Ball, Paul Kilgore, David Oberstar and James Stewart of Fryberger, Buchanan, Smith and Frederick, P.A. were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America.
With its anticipated launch just over a year away, leaders of the new Physician Assistant program at The College of St. Scholastica have hired several staff members.