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Living Near Major Roadways

Living Near Major Roadways

How Phillips and surrounding South Minneapolis communities continue to be burdened with traffic-related air pollution By H. LYNN ADELSMAN Many statements and studies exist to promote that East Phillips deserves to be a “Green Zone” and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) confirms there are multiple negative health effects from [...]

Random alley News

Random alley News

By LINDSEY FENNER Hennepin County Lead Paint Removal Funding Assistance: Hennepin County has a program to help eligible homeowners and landlords pay for lead paint removal, which includes a free home test and up to $12,000 for work, including new windows. Visit https://healthyhomes.hennepin.us/ to see if you qualify. Contact [...]

RETURNING – Chapter 8: Sweet & Sour

By PATRICK CABELLO HANSEL As our little family walked towards Lake and Bloomington, two other forces started to move. On 17th, the evening crew began to disperse towards the corners that their regular customers knew well. And from a small house deep in the swale near 24th, an elderly woman wrapped a colorful shawl around her neck and stepped [...]

Really Really Free Market April 6th

Really Really Free Market April 6th

Cartoon

Cartoon

Deep Winter Greenhouse: Tamales y Bicicletas

Deep Winter Greenhouse: Tamales y Bicicletas

April 2021

April 2021

Library News

Library News

By CARZ NELSON "READING NEST" by Jessie Merriam We live in changing times. For updated information on Hennepin County Library services during the Coronavirus Pandemic, visit www.hclib.org. All information is accurate as of March 16, 2021.  LIBRARY UPDATES: HENNEPIN COUNTY LIBRARY QUITS CHARGING FINES  The library has gone [...]

Should You Make Student Loan Payments During Forbearance?

By NADINE GALLLutheran Social Service MN Great news for folks with federal student loans! The relief from loan payments due to the pandemic — also known as a forbearance — has been extended through September 30, 2021. This means that no payments will be due and no interest will accrue for federal loans during this time. For those who are [...]

Random Alley News: March

Compiled by Lindsey Fenner MIWRC Drop in Hours: The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center now has drop-in hours, 11AM-5PM. Services offered: support and advocacy, connect with community referrals, assist in finding shelter, shower and outreach bag available upon request. 2300 15th Ave S, 612-728-2034 Indian Health Board Winter [...]

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