The federal government is making available more help for businesses that were damaged or destroyed during the riots after the death of George Floyd.
Minnesota businesses and residents affected by the civil unrest on May 27 through June 8, 2020, can now apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
Businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic are receiving funding from the CARES Act to help keep their businesses afloat.
Minnesota banks want people to empty their piggy banks of coins to help alleviate a national coin shortage.
The outlook for many Minnesota restaurants has improved from a few months ago, but many other continue to struggle due to tight margins and dwindling cash reserves.
The powdered beverage company Country Time is issuing stimulus checks to children who have had to shutter their summertime lemonade stands due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
The Lake Street Council is awarding $2.8 million in grants through its recovery fund to businesses that were damaged or destroyed during the Minneapolis riots following the death of George Floyd.
Senator Tina Smith met with a group of St. Paul business owners, who are working to get back on their feet amid COVID-19 and the aftermath of George Floyd’s death.
For more than three months, the storefront where Diane May volunteers once a week has been closed. Now, May and the 70 other artists who staff and manage The Art Shoppe are hoping to get back in business.
For the last three months, Torpedo Bags in Minneapolis has been pumping out facemasks, and even when their neighborhood was burning all around them, they kept sewing.
A Minnesota Senate oversight committee heard from half a dozen business owners in the Twin Cities Wednesday whose businesses were damaged during the unrest after the death of George Floyd.
The owners of Keegan’s Irish Pub on University Avenue in Northeast Minneapolis made the rounds Tuesday to reflect on a near two-decade run.
Small businesses can apply for a new round of $10,000 grants from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development starting Tuesday.
Minneapolis leaders shared Tuesday how the city is helping residents and property owners recover and rebuild from the damage caused by the riots in the wake of George Floyd’s death last month.
“The Last Dance” is becoming the start of a slam dunk for local small businesses in the Twin Cities metro area.
Residents in Watertown, Minnesota are finding a little fun in their mailbox Thursday in the form of $60 to spend however they want within city limits.
A new dashboard from the Minnesota Department of Health outlines the four phases of reopening Minnesota.
The popular Sea Salt Eatery says it is opening for takeout starting Friday with limited hours and menu.
A south Minneapolis business owner who was selling “Minnesota Strong” t-shirts and sweatshirts to benefit small businesses made good on his promises Wednesday.