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Revenue shortage puts Bridgeland News on hiatus.

Website to stay up while attempts to regroup are made.

Ok, so it was a long shot to expect a miraculous response to moving our news publication from print to online only. We did get 1,000 folk to subscribe to our weekly email newsletter, but we could only attract $1,500 of advertising to cover a $6,000+ budget. Obviously, this is going to take a bit more time and work, or a new economy, or a new model. Unfortunately, there’s no money to buy that time right now and Bridgeland News is going to have to take a break and regroup. Call it a hiatus in order to determine if resources and interest can be found to have Bridgeland resurfaced. Or maybe even re-papered.

At the city border, ash borer threatens 20 percent of all of Minneapolis' trees

Park Board lacks a plan or money to address the ‘ticking time bomb’

City considering regulatory changes for University area

Overlay district could require more parking for smaller developments

Construction of ‘green’ Public Works facility under way

Building will be the “most efficient” the city operates

News briefs, June 24, 2009 UPDATED

2nd Precinct's Skomra retires; Longfellow history; Lake Street ambbassadors, restaurant news

Bridgeland Angler, June 24, 2009 (UPDATED)

Health and hospital awards; graduations; KSTP a 'landmark'

County presents scenarios for Franklin/East River Parkway remake

Roundabouts, signals among alternatives

The demise of the Twin Cities’ streetcar system

Marcy landlords seek representation and challenge MHNA

Stakeholders show support for addressing housing issues and improvements

Charges dropped in murder of Ahmednur Ali

After cooperation between police and Somali community, witnesses recant and leave country

New growth — The Bridge becomes Minneapolis Bridgeland News

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Neighborhoods to elect community engagement representatives June 16

Candidiate forums precede vote; full commission will meet June 23

Farmers’ market hopes to keep its home

Safe for this season, the Midtown Farmers’ Market hopes to stay planted next to LRT

Diversity, integration, segregation in Minneapolis Public Schools

The last in a series of Twin Cities Daily Planet forum articles on Changing School Options in Minneapolis

CityKid Java serves U students, urban youth

Urban Ventures, ARAMARK partner to open Carlson School café

Play in the dirt

Great ideas to make your garden grow

HOURCAR available at the Seward Co-op

Somalis deal with the reality and stigma of mental illness

New home, old wounds among challenges

Demagnetizing Minneapolis schools?

Part two of the Twin Cities Daily Planet's YOUR TURN forums on "changing school options" for Minneapolis Public Schools

May 19–31

Hmong cookbook; journalist Steve Brandt; Pratt Ice Cream Social; St. Anthony Main concerts; Matthews Park turns 40; InkTANK finale; the life of Phillip K. Dick