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Now an established hockey power with 11 state high school boys’ hockey championships, Edina’s hockey program was in its infancy in the 1950s.

Laine Sou Weinberg has quite a story, with all the makings of a classic film or novel. Big dreams, hard work, setbacks, success—and great clothes.

When David Burke traveled to the southern United States with his University of St.

Before the classic black-and-white squad cars began protecting the streets of Edina, Percy Redpath was the city’s one-man police department.

The Edina Federated Women’s Club, which was “founded on friendship and strengthened by service”, will hold its Fed’s Fest fundraiser on January 4 at the Westin Galleria. Tickets to the event cost $100 per person.

The Edina Senior Center hosts many activities and events throughout the year. One of these is the Caregiver Support Group. This program is devoted to caregivers, be it for an elderly parent or a spouse with special needs. The group meets on the first Thursday of every month from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

George Millam, a founding father of Edina, came to Minnesota as a 21-year-old immigrant from Balnamoon, Scotland. After a short time working at the Richfield mill, he was hired by fellow Scotsman Andrew Craik to run the Edina mill.

There’s more than one way to build community. Little Free Libraries, which are popping up in cities and towns nationwide, are bringing neighbors together in Edina, too.

Andrea Knoll

When 17-year-old *Jason was working two jobs by day and living in his car by night, he didn’t concern himself with the irony of being a homeless teen in a wealthy suburb.  He wasn’t concerned about the sobering statistics on the growing number of homeless teens in the southwest suburbs.

Hockey rivals Zach Budish and Anders Lee team up for a good cause off the ice.

One college hockey game box score last season had Edina natives Zach Budish and Anders Lee each notching an assist as Budish’s Gophers beat Lee’s Notre Dame team, 4-1.