Local news round-up—March 11

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The Daily Planet can’t cover all the neighborhood news in the Twin Cities, but we publish a lot of neighborhood stories. Here’s a sampling of recent, locally-focused articles:

In North Minneapolis, a black history month celebration focused on coming to gether to combat the epidemic of foreclosures.
• In St. Paul’s Ward 4, a community meeting focuse don the Hamline-Midway Library, Como Park and taxes.
Washington Technology Middle School in St. Paul’s North End will host an Eagles science summer camp.
At Dale and Grand, La Cucaracha is going strong after more than 40 years, and it’s still a family business.
• On the other side of the river, The Bridge lists a number of summer activities in Southeast Minneapolis and around the city.
North News reports on the renovation of the Capri Theater in North Minneapolis.
The American Indian Center in Phillips hosted a HIRE Town Hall focused on Healthcare, Infrastructure and Renewable Energy.

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