Thursday Apr 25
Edina tries a new way to engage residents: neighborhoods
In Edina, where residents bleed Hornet green and you can buy playing cards that feature city landmarks, there's a new anchor for community identity: neighborhoods.
Suburbs' fees for parks may be skirting the law
Developers say the parks fees charged by suburbs have gotten out of control and don't reflect land values or use.
Edina begins remaking Southdale area for people, not cars
Artist's rendering of a plan to replace Edina's Byerly's with a new store and several apartment buildings.
Edina and home teardowns: In search of balance
Other metro cities would love to have Edina's problems. The affluent suburb's latest scourge is teardowns .