Learn more about the different ways our community members connect with one another during the holiday season.
The votes are in! Here are the top 3 finalists in each category of this year's Best of Woodbury.
Imagine a small village along the river in the year 1868. For a glimpse of that reality, pay a visit to the library and community center in the tiny, Woodbury-adjacent town of Newport.
"What I do know is that watching modern movies leaves me feeling lousy," Margaret Wachholz of Woodbury Senior Living writes.
Police dogs are typically known for their intelligence, and serious nature and appearance; they rarely relax or play in the public eye. Police puppies, however, seem to enjoy the endeavors of pups everywhere—frolicking around the yard, chomping on toys, and inhaling delicious treats.
During their visit, the students wanted to compare and contrast what elders focus on, or are worried about.
Voting for the 2019 Best of Woodbury survey is now closed. The results of our annual readers’ choice survey will be printed in July, in our special Best of edition of Woodbury Magazine, and we'll need your help to fill it with the best Woodbury has to offer.
Serving over 350-400 families—and growing—as a main center for the local Muslim community, the Islamic Society of Woodbury-East Metro, an organization founded in 2009, has put the finishing touches on its new mosque in Afton, after moving from its smaller space in Woodbury.
Every year, Woodbury Magazine accepts photography submissions for our annual photo contest. In September, winners were selected by a juried panel for each category and a Reader's Choice winner was selected by you, our readers. Congratulations!
When Michelle Anderson-Horecka and her husband, Bill, moved to Woodbury from Coon Rapids just over two years ago, they couldn’t have anticipated how big a change that move would be. Shortly after settling in to their new home, Michelle was diagnosed with a rare pancreatic condition.