Saturday marks Small Business Saturday — a day created to shift consumers’ attention to the stores that call their communities home.
Overall, this season's Christmas trees are in good shape, but you might need to give it some extra water because of the drought earlier in the year.
Gas prices can be an extra ten bucks a month for some, but for independent car services like Chey Cab, it’s a mortgage payment.
Twelve cultural malls primarily based in the Twin Cities are set to receive more than $3 million in grants from the state of Minnesota as part of a COVID-19 relief program to help small businesses.
If you're looking to pick out a real Christmas tree this holiday season, prepare to pay a little more than in years past.
Ingebretsen's Nordic Marketplace is celebrating 100 years of slinging Scandinavian staples on Lake Street in south Minneapolis.
With a dream and few resources, David Hicks and his business partner Cartier Banks launched Code White Teeth Whitening in 2018.
U.S. regulators say Americans who work at companies with 100 or more employees will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or get tested weekly.
The sweet treats rolling off the production line at Maud Borup's manufacturing facility in Le Center, Minnesota have proven to be quite pandemic proof. While sales are up 75% this year, the company is currently down 100 employees.
From Lake Street in south Minneapolis to West Broadway on the north side of the city, hundreds of buildings were damaged or destroyed in the days following the murder of George Floyd. A local nonprofit is now working to buy some of those properties in a push to revitalize underinvested communities.
Small business owners in Saint Paul tell FOX 9 They are fed up with the parking problems some construction projects have brought to their neighborhood, saying it could hurt business.
Starting Monday, Minnesota businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for a lifeline from the state.
A Minneapolis pharmacy is reopening more than a year after it was looted and damaged during the riots following the death of George Floyd.
A new business opened near George Floyd Square as the area enters a stage of transition more than a year after Floyd’s death.
Minnesota lawmakers have agreed to $150 million in business relief, though only a fraction of the money will go to businesses damaged by the 2020 civil unrest in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Liberty's Restaurant and Lounge was hit by a suspected drunk driver last fall, damaging the historic landmark. Wednesday, the public got its first look at its revitalized façade.
Civil unrest that followed the death of George Floyd in May of 2020 caused an estimated $500 million in damage. But businesses still haven't gotten any relief from lawmakers.
Augustine's, in St. Paul, says it will pay all of its employees $20 an hour with benefits and will have no tipping as part of a business model it hopes catches on.
The owner of Lakeville’s Alibi Drinkery, which publicly flouted state COVID-19 restrictions by opening for in-person dining, says the business is now for sale.
A Victoria, Minnesota teen combined her baking skills and love of animals to create a dog treat business over the pandemic.