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The company plans to double the size of its facility in Savage to accommodate growing demand.
Friday, Buck Hill unveiled its newest attraction—the Inferno—a replacement for the Bellharm-Lovejoy Asylum, which burned down on Sept. 16.
Tour this week's featured property, a sweet bungalow tucked into Knoll Lane.
A popular bar in downtown Savage will once again have a full-fledged liquor license after making it through a six month probation period with few complaints from neighbors.
The Savage City Council agreed to a $600,000 settlement with business owner Cory Townsend, who says his gas station was irreparably damaged after a road closure "took the convenience out of the convenience store," as one council member put it.
The Richfield-based company is experimenting with mobile stores—smaller outlets that offer only mobile devices, tablets and e-readers.
PetChatz is a device that allows video conferencing with your dog or cat, anytime, anywhere.
Shoppers should avoid Lunds and Bylerly's pre-prepared chicken meals, which could be infected with Listeria Monocytogenes, a bacteria-borne illness that is especially hazardous to pregnant women.
Stand out from the suburban crowd with this home, which has a distinctive entrance and great curb appeal.
The fall real estate blitz is on, with 301 houses open to the public over the next few weeks.
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