FARGO – A Potbelly Sandwich Shop is coming to Fargo. That is according to the company’s website, which places the store’s location in the new Prairie Stone Center at 4445 17th Ave. S.
Bun Appetit has opened at 623 NP Ave. in downtown Fargo. Keng Dechawuth, who owns the Asian bakery with his sister-in-law, Adisara Khan, said business has been brisk since doors opened about a week ago.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A nonprofit group that helps low-income families maintain their homes received a pick-me-up Thursday. Actually, it was a brand-new Toyota Tundra pickup with a list value of more than $30,000.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – Ceaja Philp opened Motorheadz Boutique in early January, just as the region was settling into yet another cold spell. And while the temperatures may have initially chilled foot traffic a bit, Philp said those who have made it to her motorsports apparel and décor store have given her a warm welcome.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – After flirting with the idea of relocating a popular downtown Fargo restaurant to downtown Moorhead, the owners of Juano’s say they are keeping the business where it is.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – For Charley Johnson, the question of where Fargo should build a new convention center isn’t as important as getting the project done.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Flowers won’t be the only thing blooming in the Fargo-Moorhead area this spring and summer. Commercial development is popping, with hotels, restaurants and other businesses springing up in generous numbers.RELATED CONTENT
NEW TOWN, N.D. – Bacon. Sweet corn. Sweet potato. All the flavors you’d ever want in an ice cream and more.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - For those hoping that a Chick-fil-A may be coming to Fargo in the near future, word from the restaurant chain is not encouraging. Rumors circulated recently that a Chick-fil-A was heading for the area, specifically the West Acres mall.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Officials here are planning a full review of the city’s Renaissance Zone development plan, with an eye toward changing its boundaries.
MOORHEAD - Ed Fortin died Monday at Eventide Senior Living Community in Moorhead. He was 81. Mr. Fortin taught physical education and coached sports at Moorhead South Junior High, where I attended school in the 1970s.RELATED CONTENT