Health & Wellness

It’s January and that means many of us have made New Year’s resolutions to be healthier. However, sometimes it’s hard to stay on track. Rose Ryan, a librarian at the Maple Grove Library, recommends two great health-related books that may help you stay on track.

Have you ever taken a staycation? What? Not that trendy new idea that means you stay close to home and pretend you’re on vacation? Yes, that’s exactly what we mean.

Who doesn’t enjoy Christmas lights when the nights are dark and the sun sets early in December? The Grinch?

They’re elite female athletes in their early 20s to mid-40s. They are restaurant cooks, military personnel, police officers, medical-field workers, teachers, personal trainers and stay-at-home moms.

After 20 years in advertising and content marketing, Amy Adams was looking to get into a business she believed in and could regain balance in her life.

The Stone Mountain Pet Lodge officially opens for business this holiday season.

For the past nine months, we have been following the new hires to the Maple Grove Fire Department, Justin Siemieniewski and Stephanie Firestone. Last summer, the pair graduated from the West Suburban Fire Academy and completed the first phase of their basic firefighter training.

As the city’s right of way technician, Kelly Matzke does a lot to help support the city on a daily basis.

The National American Miss pageant is an opportunity for young girls to showcase their talent, poise, community involvement and personality; locally, it offers these girls the chance to win the title of Miss Minnesota in their age groups.

Many people may know Ryan Stockhaus as the new football coach for the defending state champion football team at Osseo High School. What people may not know is that Stockhaus is also a special education teacher, husband and avid baseball fan.