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Yes, technically it's April, but March Madness comes to Minneapolis this week. if you’re trying to score some last-minute Final Four tickets, the Better Business Bureau has some advice.

Started in 1991, Run N Fun has been a favorite among runners for nearly 26 years. Owner Kari Bach started the company with her husband because of his love of running. “It was more my husband’s dream; he was a pretty accomplished runner.

Mental health isn’t something you have to go through alone. Dr.

Lots of energy and action can be found at i Love Kickboxing which opened on Woodbury’s east side at Eagle Valley Marketplace, bringing with it a great workout place.

Join St. Ambrose Catholic Church on September 22 and 23 for SAWFEST, their inaugural fall festival. Co-chair Clare Schisler says, “It’s a community-building event” open to the entire local community and St.

Taste of Woodbury is a popular Woodbury Days event that attracts more than 30,000 people each year. “We ask local businesses and local restaurants to come and represent their food in the event,” says Kim Swanson, head of Taste of Woodbury.

Ah, the games of summer: Polesh...ladder golf...KanJam?

When he finished his Division I soccer career at Creighton University in 2013, Woodbury native Brent Kallman didn’t receive any offers to play for Major League Soccer teams.

St. Ambrose of Woodbury Catholic Community occupies a large parcel of land on the southeast corner of Woodbury Drive and Bailey Road. Completed in fall 2000, St. Ambrose was the first church in the archdiocese of St.

Woodbury Days has been a community favorite for the past 39 years. “It’s a three-day family-friendly community celebration,” Woodbury Days Council president Theresa Janechek says.

Before I accepted my first real job as a morning news producer, before I said ‘I do’ to my farm boy-turned-city dweller husband, before I birthed three children of my own, I was just a knobby-kneed girl wearing a scrunchied side ponytail, tracing my name in the dusty dirt of a Woodbury softball f