HUNGRY FOR LIFE Lakeside-NextDoor, Correct Website
Are you interested in getting a babysitter, notifying your neighbors that you have a missing dog, that there is a garage sale in your neighborhood, that there is a car break in, or that you have a fre... Posted on 2/16/14 at 6:05 AM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Silent auction fundraiser for Lester Park Elementary School
The Lester Park School Foundation holds a silent auction from 6:30-8 p.m. Feb. 8 in the Lester Park Elementary School media center.
The event will help raise money to support enrichment activities fo... Posted on 1/28/13 at 11:00 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Lakeside Church is Booming
The church called Anchor Point Community church is booming on 52nd Avenue E. and Tioga Street. Christmas service included coffee a cookie bar, a program with a magical Shawna Gilmore drawing a picture... Posted on 12/25/11 at 7:27 AM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Bizs boost Lakewalk Fest
"All the hotels are involved," says Kristi Stokes. "A lot of businesses have stepped up."
Like a lot of festivals, the Duluth Lakewalk Festival which kicks off tonight started modestly. But it's been... Posted on 9/9/11 at 12:46 PM
City of Duluth utilities crews were dispatched to the Lakeside neighborhood at midday Monday for a report of water spilling onto the roadway at Superior and McCulloch streets, near Sammy’s Pizza. The crews were assessing where a water main break occurred and how to fix it.
The Duluth City Council is expected to decide today whether to seek a $185,000 grant to put toward the construction of a Lakewalk link on the upper side of Water Street between 20th and 23rd avenues east.
On our waterfront, at about 20th Avenue East, near where the western tip of Beacon Pointe Resort pokes toward a cluster of trees, Duluth’s picturesque and famous Lakewalk suddenly just comes to an end.
Local dog owners got some welcome news Tuesday night, when the Duluth City Council approved a resolution designating Russell Square and Observation Park as sites for future dog parks, where Fido can run off-leash.
A bone of contention emerged Thursday night, as the Duluth City Council discussed a resolution that could designate two parks — Observation Heights and Russell Square — as sites for future dog parks in the city.
View your ad here! Cost effective targeted advertising. Contextual advertising starting as low as $79/month. This includes targeted ad delivery and search results! Add your business to the Marketplace »