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The Rochester Public Utilities Board decided Tuesday to stand on its nearly $1.17 million commitment to dredging Lake Zumbro. [Read More]
Manhole repair work will close a section of Seventh Street Southeast and a lane of nearby Third Avenue Southeast starting Thursday. [Read More]
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Destination Medical Center's transportation strategies continue to chug along as officials look for greater evidence of progress. [Read More]
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As several unnamed tenants make moves to claim spaces in One Discovery Square, the head of the building's recruitment efforts said Tuesday's debut of "The... [Read More]
Rochester City Council is reviewing a $289.3 million budget recommended by the city's administration. [Read More]
A portion of Historic Third Street will be closed Friday afternoon and evening for an Oktoberfest celebration. [Read More]
The intersection of Fourth Street Southwest and Fifth Avenue is being closed for utility work at the intersection. [Read More]
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Sometimes remarkable experiences and stories are right before you. [Read More]
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Emergency mental health care is not always available, but as soon as 2020, that could change. ... [Read More]
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According to the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office, a suspect is in custody following a chase that went through southeast and southeast Rochester Tuesday night. [Read More]
When tornado sirens didn't go off in Pine Island during last week's storms, some residents became concerned over the functionality of the sirens. [Read More]
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The 2018 "Mayor For A Day" essay contest is now open to all future leaders in fourth, fifth and sixth grade. [Read More]
Corporations, labor unions and powerful organizations spent more than $75 million last year in attempts to influence Minnesota lawmakers and state officials. The curtain has been... [Read More]
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