Words come to life in a special way, thanks to Storybooks Alive, a group of volunteers, who put on exciting, no-frills adaptations of children’s favorite literature.
Voting has come and gone for the 2015 Best of Maple Grove.
Laura Mattioli was out on Fish Lake late in the fall, bringing her boat in to be winterized. “It was very cold out, but we still decided to take it for one last spin around the lake before we said ‘So long’ to summer,” says Mattioli.
Whether minutes or years apart, inseparable or worst enemies, siblings often epitomize that love/hate relationship we admittedly develop with certain people.
The Great Maple Grove Geocaching Adventure drew hundreds of geocachers into the great outdoors this spring, despite excessive spring rains. The city-wide event involved 36 geocaches hidden within the city limits.
The Maple Grove Arts Center will host a Christmas Tea on November 8. Come to the event dressed up and wearing a hat, or visit the millinery craft table where you can decorate your own.
Maple Grove received its highest ranking ever on Money Magazine’s “Best Places to Live 2014” list, an honor city administrator Al Madsen attributes to “the fine leadership from our mayor and city council, the dedication of city staff, and especially the investment that our residents, bus
In the search to find America’s best small cities, Money Magazine named Maple Grove the nation’s second best place to live.
Adam Ward could lift about 10 Mitchell Tanquists. Ward is a competitive weightlifter who spends his time crafting his body and powerlifting as much weight as he can.
Here's our handy guide to our Best of 2015 readers' choice surveys. Feel free to contact us with any further questions.
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