The Edina Police Department has begun issuing written warnings to bicyclists due to an increase in accidents involving bicyclists and vehicles, and to educate bicyclists about the laws of the road. Police are looking for compliance with the following: • Bicycles should be properly lit at night with reflectors and a light. • Bicyclists should [...]
Police Report For July 14 through July 20, the Edina Police Department answered the following calls: July 14 – A 61-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested for theft at Cub Foods, 6775 York Ave., after miscellaneous items totaling $32 were allegedly shoplifted. A domestic disturbance was reported on Vernon Avenue. Side mirrors of a vehicle were [...]
I thought maybe, just maybe, I could get through the rest of the summer without writing another “What’s Wrong With America?” column. Then it happened.
“Can you show me how to send an email?” The year is 2000. Cameras still have real rolls of film, VHS tapes can still be rented in a movie store, logging onto the Internet means listening to a dial tone and downloading music on a computer is a new concept with the inception of Napster. It’s [...]
In front of an overflow crowd in the Richfield City Council chambers, representatives of the Academy of Holy Angels made the case Tuesday, July 22, for selling the school’s front lawn. Board members, teachers and parents outlined their institution’s needs as they espoused its value to Richfield and the school’s students, followed by an architect [...]