A longtime trucking business is now open and hiring at least 30 people in Proctor.
Your drive on Highway Two in Superior is about to look a bit different.
"We are licensed for the advanced aged and Alzheimer's, dementia," Harmony Homes administrator Pamela Clark said.
The Superior-Douglas County Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau is gearing up for its first ever Chamber Restaurant week.
The St. Louis County Heritage and Arts Center, also known as The Depot, has welcomed a new position to facility.
Plans for a nine-story hotel on Park Point have been shot down, but it's not the end of the road for the project.
The Wisconsin state AFL-CIO and two local unions have filed a lawsuit seeking to at least temporarily stop implementation of Wisconsin's new right-to-work law.
Grilled cheese and sandwich lovers, we've got good news for you. Toasty's Café will soon be delivering.
The Duluth Public Library is no longer adequately serving the public, according to city officials.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has signed a right-to-work bill into law, striking another blow against organized labor four years after effectively ending collective bargaining for public-sector workers.
The Superior Figure Skating Club held it's annual ice show inside Wessman arena at UWS.
Hundreds turned out for the 7th annual Women’s Expo at the DECC.
Duluth airport officials are disappointed, but not surprised about the airline cancelling service out of the Twin Ports.
Duluth Pack announced that the company has made bags for members of Maroon 5.
Tuesday morning, Duluth Pack held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of their new distribution center.
Great Clips in the Twin Ports, Cloquet and on the Iron Range are taking in non– perishable food items to fill the pantries of area food shelves.
Some downtown restaurants are ramping up their staff and ordering extra food as part of an effort that helps boost area businesses.
A few dollars will get you a free meal and help out a Northland project.
The Vineyard Church is looking to create another community of hope for the people of Carlton County.
Businesses spent Friday preparing for the large number of people that will take over Canal Park this weekend.