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Duluth community leaders, including HRA Executive Director Jill Keppers (second from left), participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for the sixth phase of an affordable housing development at Harbor Highlands today. Howie / HowieHanson.com

More affordable housing coming to Duluth Harbor Highlands

Duluth HRA hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Phase VI Development in Duluth’s Harbor Highlands neighborhood today. Partnerships that have made the project possible include Minnesota Housing, the City of Duluth, LHB, Rochon Corp, Wells Fargo, Rippley Richard Real Estate Development Services, LLC, and the U.S. Department of

Duluth Police Chief Mike Ceynowa addressed the media at today's press event. HowieHanson.com

City of Duluth, DECC in the news

City of Duluth officials announced today a proposed package of public safety ordinance changes that allow the city additional options for solving frequently reported nonviolent offenses. Mayor Roger Reinert opened today’s news conference by thanking Duluth Police Chief Mike Ceynowa, Duluth Fire Chief Shawn Krizaj and Duluth City Attorney

Alyson Enderle, Haley Methner and Jen Burleigh-Bentz. Terry Cartie Norton, Duluth Playhouse

Duluth Playhouse, Essentia Health in the news

9 to 5, The Musical is a riotous celebration of the power of female friendship, championing the idea that change is possible when people join forces and stand up for what's right.

U.S. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden return to the White House on July 7, 2024 in Washington, DC. Members of Congress return to Washington this week as pressure for Biden to withdraw as the Democratic nominee for the presidency continues to mount. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

Biden tells congressional Dems he is staying in the race, urges end to speculation

By Jacob Fischler, Minnesota Reformer President Joe Biden pledged Monday to stay in his race for reelection, even after a

Bulldogs Women's Hockey Notebook

The Bulldogs' prized 2024-25 newcomers: Tindra Holm, 5th-year transfer goaltender Olivia Mobley, 5th-year transfer forward Caitlin Kraemer, freshman forward