Current Mayor Emily Larson says she is running for re-election in order to continue work on moving forward.
Weatherly says his view of the current city management is that the city is lacking management, transparency and accountability.
My vision for Duluth for the onset of the next decade insures the enrichment of all citizen’s lives.
I want to ensure that local taxpayer money be more focused on the essential services outside of Superior Street and Canal Park that Duluthians are deserving of.
As an outsider to city politics, Dave believes as mayor, he can bring best-method approaches learned during his decades of organizational leadership.
I want to be Mayor of Duluth because the issues that matter most to me have not been addressed by the other candidates, nor has the incumbent done anything about them during her first term as Mayor.
Anderson has served as a City Councilor for Duluth’s First District for four years, and says working with the people of the district to make sure needs are met and that the community thrives has been rewarding.
My name is Theresa O’Halloran-Johnson, and I have lived in Duluth’s 3rd District since I moved here over 10 years ago.
I am running for City Council because Duluth is my future.
I am running for 5th District City Council because of my deep desire to improve the western part of Duluth through a common sense, collaborative approach to problem solving.
I am running, because I am a leader with a fresh vision for a thriving, healthy Western Duluth.
I’m running for City Council because we need to get serious about refocusing city government on those basics.
I’m running for 3rd District Duluth City Council for the following reasons.
I am running for Mayor of Duluth to unite our city. Our country and our state has seen division like never before, and our city is no different.
High water levels and flooding caused Park Point to close to all traffic Monday from 6-7 p.m.
ASHLAND/IRON COUNTIES, WISCONSIN – We are learning where Enbridge is considering rerouting the Line 5 pipeline after the Bad River Band filed a lawsuit to
Flooding closed off Harbor Drive next to the Great Lakes Aquarium in Canal Park.
On Monday, a federal judge approved a near $40-million dollar settlement between survivors of clergy sexual abuse and the Diocese of Duluth.
Residents saw on Monday another sign that tourism season is over; free parking began in Canal Park.
Minnesota Power will be donating 20 electric vehicle charging stations to different businesses that are customers with the company.
The Douglas Count Sheriff’s Office asked for the public’s help with finding a missing teen who they believe is a possible runaway.
According to city officials, Duluth Police are checking identification before the Aerial Lift Bridge.
According to city officials, Buchanan St. and Morse St. are also closed as precaution.
Due to the power outage, St. Scholastica has cancelled all classes and activities until 4 p.m. The college plans to issue an update at 4 p.m.
Shelby Bowell, 28, of Hugo, MN, is charged with six counts, including: 2nd degree assault with a dangerous weapon and 1st degree assault.
When temperatures dip below 20-degrees come this winter, the Ruth House will be open for those in need.