Catching up with Woodbury residents and state of hockey royalty John and Krissy Pohl.
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.
While many young children fantasize about being a ninja, 10-year-old Bella Palmer of Woodbury can legitimately say she is one.
The creator of the videos has a surprising announcement in this year's edition.
Starting with the 2019 season, the price for stadium staples like hot dogs, pretzels and beer will drop to more affordable levels.
In August, Woodbury’s tiniest residents took part in the City of Woodbury’s Tiny Tot Triathlon, where they bike (er, triked), ran and splashed.
In July, the City of Woodbury parks and recreation department hosted a duathlon for young athletes, featuring a two-mile bike ride and a one-mile run along the trails of Ojibway Pa
For more than 12,000 local young athletes, volunteers make the difference.
One of the happiest days of Woodbury native Eric Miller's 25 years was Tuesday, May 1, 2018.
After last year’s season ended in heartbreak, the East Ridge Raptors boys’ basketball team is back and stronger than ever—with their sights set on a rebound.
The cities of Woodbury and Hermantown, Minnesota are about 150 miles apart. But for the young hockey players—and parents—who participated in the Minnesota State PeeWee AA level championship game in March, the two communities could just as well be neighbors.