Recent content from Eric Roper
By one estimate, investors accounted for nearly 10% of all Twin Cities purchases last year. But it's taking more work to make it happen.
Builders say message is proof that cities are overcharging them.
The German-born physician launched a pioneering radiology training program and worked to expand access to radiology in the region.
As the cost of running a city rises, so too must property taxes, city leaders say — despite billions of dollars in new development in the core of the Twin Cities.
New report shows wide gap between fee revenue, costs of providing the service.
One reader wants to know what percent of Twin Cities sorted recyclables are actually recycled. Another wondered whether most of it is just sent to the dump. We get to the bottom of both questions.
Triple Five secures loan for glitzy N.J. complex with 49% stake in megamall.
The Army Corps of Engineers is holding two public meetings about what to do with the Upper St. Anthony Falls lock and dam site.
Matt Cremona has amassed a devoted online following by showing the hidden potential in the trees around us.
Bloomington leaders voted to hire Provident Resources Group to play a crucial role in the unusual borrowing arrangement they are pursuing for the proposed $250 million park