Steven Antolak, of Brooklyn Park, was appointed by the Hennepin County Board.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
Are you ready to pop the question?
If you’re looking for a memorable, romantic place to propose marriage, you might want to consider one of these Twin Cities west metro destinations. SHARE: Do you have a suggestion for a romantic place for a marriage proposal? How did your significant other propose to you? Share your stories and suggestions in comments!
Monday, January 14, 2013
From bandshells to boats to parks, check out the Patch Picks for outdoor wedding venues.
Are you planning an upcoming wedding? Check out a few suggestions from Patch of outdoor venues in the west metro. Parks Amphitheaters Clubs On the lake SHARE: Do you have a suggestion for a great outdoor wedding venue in the Twin Cities? Have a comment about the venues picked above? Share it in comments or upload a picture!
Monday, December 17, 2012
The city is hosting an open house Tuesday, followed by a presentation by the architecture firm during the City Council meeting.
The City of Hopkins invites residents to check out a consultant’s final plan for Cottageville Park. The Cuningham Group will talk with residents about its plan for the Blake Road park at an open house from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. It will then present the plan to the City Council following the open house. Hopkins selected the Minneapolis-based firm in June to come up with options for the park, which it previously presented at a council work session. New park features, such as a green roof pavilion and remade landscape, could push the redesign cost up to $5.8 million. Click on the PDF to the right of this article to read about the firm's plan for the park. It’s unlikely the city will be able to afford all the improvements in …
Friday, August 3, 2012
Where’s the best place in Hopkins to spend some time outdoors?
Monday, July 23, 2012
Where’s the best place in Hopkins to spend some time outdoors.
It’s a great place to go for a walk or to let the kids play on the playground. Your favorite park lets you relax and be active at the same time. What’s the best park in Hopkins to enjoy a little piece of the great outdoors right in your neighborhood? Vote for your favorite below. Voting will close Aug. 17. See the other Readers' Choice categories here.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Patch wants to know the best place in Hopkins to spend some time outdoors.
It’s a great place to go for a walk or to let the kids play on the playground. Your favorite park lets you relax and be active at the same time. What’s the best park in Hopkins to enjoy a little piece of the great outdoors right in your neighborhood? Does your favorite park offer winding walking paths? Or does it have a playground that gives children hours of fun and enjoyment on a beautiful summer day? Do you know the perfect park near where you live? Nominate your favorite parks in the comments below. We will take nominations starting this week. Nominations end July 9 and voting for the best park in town run July 23 to Aug. 17. See all the Readers' Choice categories.
Monday, April 2, 2012
Your vote will determine our Readers' Choice winner.
This spring may have been warmer than usual, but it’s also had its share of wind. Although that can make it a little bit harder keeping a hairdo just right, it is the perfect weather for one outdoor activity: kite flying. Hopkins has no shortage of public spaces: But we want to know what you think is the best place to set a kite upon the wind. Let us know your favorites by voting in the poll below. Have a favorite place that's not listed? Let us know in the comments below, and we'll add it to the poll. Voting starts today and ends at 9 p.m. April 12. After you vote, sign up for our newsletter so you can get notified of who wins, and stay tuned for our next Patch Readers' Choice contest starting April 16. Stay up to date on all your …