Twin Ports Community News

Dunkin' Donuts to Open 7 Restaurants in Duluth Area

Seven Dunkin' Donuts restaurants are coming to the Duluth area, with the first location expected to open in spring of 2015.  Rumors about Dunkin' Donuts coming to Duluth began to swirl last month when the company announced plans to return to Minnesota.

  • Cider House Opens in Historic Duluth Building
  • Dept. of Health Warns of E. Coli Levels at Lake Superior Beaches
  • Tree Removal for Two-mile Reconstruction of Duluth's 4th Street Draws Ire
Mockup of the Five Main Parts of the RAID
  • Nearly $9 Million Awarded to UMD for Antarctic Research Rig

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  • Fundraiser Supports The Duluth-Superior Pride Festival

    Duluth-Superior Pride was rocking the boat Saturday night for their 10th annual fundraiser. The event was held at the S. S. Meteor in Superior. Folks were grilling food as music played. There was also live and silent auctions.

  • Duluth Woodworkers Building Beds of Hope

    The Steve O'Neil Apartments in Duluth should be ready to serve homeless families by the end of the year, and a group of woodworkers is putting a lot of sweat into crafting beds to make it feel like home.

  • Armory Arts and Music Center Gets a Facelift

    The Armory Arts and Music Center got some updated walls as 15 volunteers cleaned up old bricks and replaced the damaged ones. Some of these bricks are nearly 100 years old, and once they were cleaned, they went right back on the building.

  • Lake Avenue Loafers Help Hermantown Students

    The Lake Avenue Loafers is a club of laid-back gentlemen who are raising money to send a Hermantown student to college.

  • Fitger's is Only Minnesota Brewery Invited to West Coast Festival

    The Oregon Brewers Festival is one of the nation's longest running craft beer festivals. The festival, which draws in 80,000 visitors each year, is invite only. Eighty-eight breweries will each bring one beer to pour for the 5-day festival.

  • Twin Cities High Schoolers 'Discover Duluth'

    A group of high school seniors was in town for the College of St. Scholastica's "Discover Duluth" program on Thursday. The three-day trip allows teens to get a glimpse of Duluth and college life. It is geared toward first-generation college students, and other students who face barriers to higher education.

  • Hundreds Get Creative Building with Sand on Park Point

    The annual Sandmodeling Contest took over Park Point Beach Thursday. Kids and adults came armed with shovels and pails, ready to create sand pieces of art.

  • High Poverty and Unemployment Rates within Minority Groups in Duluth

    Poverty and unemployment within minority groups are problems in the Northland and local leaders are saying that something needs to be done about it. This prompted an employment equity forum at the Central Hillside Community Center on Wednesday night.