Twin Ports Community News

Police Vs. Fire Departments: 'Guns 'N' Hoses' Hits it Out of the Park

Members with the Duluth Police and Fire departments batted up at Wade Stadium for some friendly competition at the "Guns 'N' Hoses" softball challenge Thursday evening.

  • Wednesday Night at the Races Brings Young Runners to New Venue
  • State Patrol: Alcohol Involved in Similar Interstate-35 Collisions
  • Gap Loans to Stimulate Lincoln Park, Spirit Valley Business Development
  • New Intersection Begins to Take Shape on Rice Lake Road

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Top Stories

  • The Duluth News Tribune reports local developer, Rob Link, has died at the age of 66. Duluth Developer Rob Link Dies at 66

    A prominent local developer passed away over the weekend. Rob Link built up downtown Duluth for the past three decades, but on Saturday, his friends and colleagues say he died at his home. He was 66.

  • Annual Bubble Festival Pops into Duluth Children's Museum

    The eighth annual Bubble Festival brought endless bubble fun to Duluth today.

  • Duluth's Art in Me Brings Fun for the Whole Family

    The eighth annual Art in Me festival featured art-making stations with everything from sculpture to leather-working. Kids got to make and take home their very own works of art.

  • Miller Hill Apartment Development Gets Green Light

    A proposed apartment development near the Miller Hill Mall will now move forward, but not before prompting a debate over how the city divvies up tax incentives to developers. Last month, the same development also sparked a divisive discussion, however, tonight, the Duluth City Council gave the okay for the project to advance as planned.

  • El Galeon Andalucia is one of the ships on its way to Duluth for the Tall Ships festival. It will be her first time in the Twin Ports. Tall Ships Sailing to Duluth, Preparations Underway

    The Tall Ships festival is only days away, and the ships have their sails set for Duluth. Organizers say the setup gets underway Tuesday morning. They also have a few tips about how to make the most of the event and avoid a few lines. 

  • Musicians Travel to Duluth for 28th Annual Bayfront Blues Fest

    Blues artists from all over the country brought their talents to Duluth for the 28th Annual Blues Fest. New this year, a dance party for the thousands that attend to enjoy the music even after the performances.

  • Duluth Earns Gold-Level Status for Biking

    Dozens came out in celebration of Duluth's designation as an IMBA Gold-level Ride Center. The Ride Center in Duluth is one of six Gold-level centers in the world. 

  • Bluesfest Performer Creates Album Raising Money For Minnesota Charity

    Thousands of music enthusiasts have converged at Bayfront Festival Park for the 29th Annual Bayfront Blues Festival this weekend. The festival is expected to draw over 20,000 spectators between Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Mick Sterling, a former Bluesfest performer, is hoping to use the music festival as a way to raise money for a Minnesota charity he founded and directs.