FARGO – It just might be time to finally dust off those shorts and retire the parka, at least for this weekend.
FARGO – City commissioners took action Monday night that aims to protect future homeowners from potentially skyrocketing flood insurance costs.
The commission voted unanimously to change its policy for how high new homes built in the flood-plain must be elevated.
FARGO – This time next year, Centennial Hall could be no more.
City commissioners gave the OK Monday night to demolish the events hall attached to the Civic Center downtown in order to make it easier to build a new City Hall.
FARGO – After hearing protests from some area bar owners, city commissioners here said they will take another look at a south Fargo bar expansion they originally approved last summer.
FARGO – City commissioners here unanimously turned down a restaurant owner’s plea to have a fee forgiven after an alcohol compliance test failure in December.
FARGO – A recent study shows that Fargoans are some of the least burdened by taxes when compared to the largest city in every other state.
FARGO – Some area bar owners are asking the City Commission to rescind a liquor license expansion granted last summer, which could stall the opening of a new Irish pub in south Fargo.
MOORHEAD - Not even record-breaking sub-zero temperatures and wind chill warnings could keep Moorhead’s Eighth Street Dairy Queen from opening Saturday, a tradition started years ago by previous owners and continued today by owners Troy and Diane DeLeon.
FARGO – The city’s parking board moved forward Friday with plans for a new downtown parking ramp.
GLYNDON – A stomach bug is making the rounds among schoolchildren here, sending dozens of elementary students home with vomiting and diarrhea.
While some parents took to Facebook to air their concerns about a possible outbreak, the district’s superintendent said the numbers are not unusual and the only epidemic is a bad case of word of mouth.