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Hennepin County opens new round of pandemic relief for small business and nonprofits

Businesses and nonprofits in Hennepin County affected financially by COVID-19 can take advantage of a funding opportunity from state funding given to the county...

De’Vonna Pittman running to bring ‘positive change’ to Hennepin County Board of Commissioners

Author, entrepreneur, and public servant De’Vonna Pittman is vying for a seat on Hennepin County’s Board of Commissioners representing District 1. The district includes...

Boni Njenga announces run for Hennepin County Commissioner

Boni Njenga, a Bloomington resident, has announced he is running for Hennepin County Commissioner in District 5 challenging first term incumbent Debbie Goettel. In...

Hennepin County is taking applications for citizen advisory boards

Minnesota's largest county, Hennepin County, is recruiting volunteers for 28 citizen advisory board positions through its annual open appointment process. The board appoints residents...

Hennepin County seeks feedback on Bottineau Transitway Health Impact Assessment

It is years before the Bottineau Transitway can be built from downtown Minneapolis to its northwest suburbs but the county has been in the...

Hennepin County Board of Commissioners appoints Liberian-American to County Library Board

The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners has appointed Wynfred Russell of Brooklyn Park to the Hennepin County Library Board. Russell, originally from Liberia, will...

Hennepin Healthcare expands COVID-19 testing to Brooklyn Park, South Minneapolis and Richfield

One of the first testing labs in the state to offer COVID-19 testing has expanded to more clinic locations and is now supporting testing...

Man charged with murder for Somali mall shooting

The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office charged Hassan Mohamed Abdillahi Monday for second-degree murder in the Sept. 29 shooting death of Abishakur Adan Hassan .

Judge Crump Retires

Mshale congratulates Hennepin County Judge Harry Crump (right) on his retirement after serving 20 years on the bench.

War Trauma Survivors Shy Away from Doctors

A survey conducted in early 2006 with refugee populations in Northwest Hennepin County shows that there is a disconnect between the physical and mental health needs of survivors of torture and war trauma and services provided as victims shy away from discussing their experiences with their doctors. The survey conducted by the Center for Victims of Torture (CVT) concludes that refugees did not see the benefit of discussing past traumatic experience with their doctors.

Brooklyn Park to hold special election for mayor

Outgoing mayor expects a crowded field Brooklyn Park residents will be back at the polls as early as this spring to fill the expected vacancy...