The March of Dimes Northland Chapter held a fundraiser at On the Rocks Art Studio in Canal Park.
A distracted driving safety event kicked off in the Miller Hill Mall.
The 18th biannual Birth and Baby Fair kicked off inside the Coppertop Church in Duluth.
Rummage Sale Fights Bullying
If you buy second hand goods this weekend it will help out a local cause. Are you looking for a job and enjoy serving others?
A local nonprofit celebrated a milestone this weekend.
A tiny home has been on display at the Arrowhead Home and Builders show all week, and now a lucky winner is getting to keep it while helping a local organization.
Hectic and surreal are just a few words Applewood Knoll residents are using to describe what it’s been like since the 20 unit complex went up in flames.
One of the biggest races in the Northland kicked off today.
More than 100 kids learned about what to do if they’re ever in an uncomfortable situation with a stranger or someone they know.
A benefit was held at Strikers Bar in Superior to help raise money for the nearly 50 people left without a place to call home after a fire spread throughout Applewood Knoll Apartments.
Pat and Roy Line are quite the pair.
Aquarium Seeks Funding for Discovery Center in Duluth
The Great Lakes Aquarium is seeking a hefty donation from the city to help complete a new exhibit.
“I don’t wish this upon anybody,” Applewood Knoll resident Jessica Petersen said.
Have you had spring break yet?
“We just wanted to get out during the weekend go do some fun Easter activities,” said Alexis Crowley.
The hunt was on at the Lake Superior Zoo.
A local organization helping to bring closure to Northland veterans is now accepting applications and donations.
About 80% of Americans will celebrate Easter this year which means big business for local shops.
Volunteers Needed to Get Duluth Clean & Green
Duluth is asking locals to help clean now that we’re seeing green.
Douglas County Animals Benefit from Fundraiser
The Humane Society of Douglas County kicked off their annual Sloppy Joe Lunch and Bake Sale at the Douglas County Courthouse in Superior.
More than $254 million will go to constructing parts of northeastern Minnesota
The clock is ticking to Easter Sunday and much of the Northland is preparing for that big meal after church.
14 Families Move into New Apartment Building
Wednesday the first 14 families moved into the renovated school building.
The Great Lakes Aquarium along with hundreds of locals celebrated the second birthdays of otters Agate and Ore.
If you take the Bong Bridge you may want to leave a little earlier to get to your destination.
On Saturday March 28th, 2015 at 11:18 PM, the Bayfield County Sheriff’s Office received a call from the wife of an overdue ice fisherman, Louis (Lou) Bickel, whom had gone ice fishing on Perch Lake, in the Town of Drummond in southern Bayfield County
The Boys and Girls Club of the Northland kicked off a brand new event
The 2nd annual Puzzle Derby kicked off inside of Clyde Iron Works in west Duluth.
People all over the country and right here in the Northland gathered to bring more awareness to the thousands of veterans suffering from ptsd.
Crews Re-Position 100-Year-Old Train Cars
The big train cars are back in motion at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.
Get your taste buds ready for an exciting culinary adventure.
The flood of 2012 caused at least $18 million in damage to UW-Superior’s Jim Dan Hill Library.
March into Mentoring Campaign
A local program pairing kids up with positive role models is asking for your help.
Youngsters Have Fun While Reading
During the month of March, people across the nation have been celebrating the legacy of Dr. Seuss.
Benefit for Eric Swanson
Community members and local artists are coming together to help out a man very instrumental to the local music scene.
Chamber Restaurant Week in Superior
Nearly a dozen eateries in Superior are dishing out traditional favorites and new items at a reduced price for the first ever Chamber Restaurant Week.
Giant bunny took over the Miller Hill Mall
To welcome the Easter bunny to the Miller Hill Mall kids and of course adults enjoyed music and Easter themed activities along with taking pictures with the Easter bunny himself.
Fundraiser for Courage Kenny
The Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute in Duluth offers adaptive sports and recreation programs to youth and adults with physical disabilities and on the autism spectrum
Meals offered at Reduced Prices
This weekend you can feast on some of your favorite dishes in Superior at a reduced price
Phone is Ringing off the Hook for the New Hotel in Hibbing
This week the Hampton Inn officially opened its doors in Hibbing.
Committee Proposed to Inspire Change in Hibbing
After a yearlong investigation on assistant principal Jac Fleming the Hibbing School Board fired him after reports of discrimination against female students.
Twin Ports Stage Wants to Buy Dunbar in Superior
For more than a year the Twin Ports Stage has had its eye on buying and renovating the old Dunbar building on Tower Avenue.
Efforts Underway to Help Out Food Shelves
There is still time to raise awareness and help locals who need help putting food on the table.
Walker's Budget Cuts Could Eliminate Popular Programs
Families of disabled Wisconsinites are taking a stand against Governor Scott Walker’s budget proposal and begging lawmakers to save long-term care programs as the state has known them in the past.
Restaurant Serves Sweet and Savory Goodness
First it was an ice cream truck and now it officially became a store.
CHUM Seeks Volunteer Homes
A local non–profit is looking for temporary foster parents for animals.
Senior Care Forum
A town hall forum kicked off at Ecumen Lakeshore to discuss aging in Minnesota.
A woman battling cancer is giving new meaning on what it means to truly be an Iron Ranger.
Potential Cuts to Long Term Care in Wisconsin
“We are licensed for the advanced aged and Alzheimer’s, dementia,” Harmony Homes administrator Pamela Clark said.
Locals Turnout for Annual Ice Show
The Superior Figure Skating Club held it’s annual ice show inside Wessman arena at UWS.