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Alyza Bohbot, founder of City Girl Coffee, met one of her Guatemalan growers at a conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Duluth-Roasted Coffee Supports Global Network of Women

A Duluth native started her own coffee brand, City Girl Coffee, about a year ago. It's mission is not only to provide fresh, locally roasted coffee beans, but also to support and lift up women in the coffee industry around the world. 

  • Hillside Neighborhood Celebrates with Seventh Annual HillFest
 
  • Family Fun Night Brings Lincoln Park Residents and Local Resources Together
 
  • Jefferson Street Block Party Brings Neighbors Together
 
  • New Energy Storage System Installed at Hartley Nature Center


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Top Stories

  • State Patrol: Alcohol Involved in Similar Interstate-35 Collisions

    Two separate, but nearly identical crashes on Interstate-35 this week near Duluth are raising questions but even though the two scenes are close together,  law enforcement said the area is not to blame. Blood test results on the drivers involved are still pending from the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, however the Minnesota State Patrol said there's evidence that alcohol was a factor in both of the crashes. 

  • Gap Loans to Stimulate Lincoln Park, Spirit Valley Business Development

    Opening a business in Duluth's Lincoln Park or Spirit Valley neighborhoods may now be within reach for more entrepreneurs. City of Duluth officials rolled out "Advance West" on Wednesday, a pilot loan program to help small businesses purchase or improve old buildings there.  

  • New Intersection Begins to Take Shape on Rice Lake Road

    The intersection at Rice Lake Road and Airport Road will be getting a new look starting Wednesday. It's called a continuous green T intersection and it's the first of it's kind to be used in Minnesota.

  • Public Experiences Future Superior Street with Virtual Reality

    The overhaul for Duluth's main downtown artery is still years from completion, but on Tuesday, the public got a unique, realistic look at the future Superior Street. The more than 50 community members gathered for the the capstone public feedback session were the first to see the street come to life with a futuristic, but simple technology.    

  • Tall Ships Duluth Draws Criticism Over Hours-Long Lines

    Tall Ships 2016 has now officially sailed. The four-day festival wrapped up Sunday night after drawing hundreds of thousands to Duluth, but not without criticism that the crowds were too big. 

  • Beach Bacteria Warnings: What's Causing Them

    The beaches along the North Shore are a popular place to enjoy the beautiful weather, however, in some spots, signs advised against getting in the water. As the signs indicate, the beach bacteria warnings are from the Minnesota Department of Health, but many wonder what's causing the advisories to show up in the first place. 

  • DTA Makes Route Changes Due to Bridge Closure

    The Duluth Transit Authority is making some temporary changes to its service starting next week due to work on the Blatnik Bridge.

  • Mills Fleet Farm Opens in Hermantown

    Wednesday is the big day for the Hermantown Mills Fleet Farm, with doors opening at its 36th location at 7 a.m.



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