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Downtown Duluth toy store moving to mall area

After 30 years in downtown Duluth, Explorations toy store is moving to the Miller Hill Mall area.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/24/2014

Duluth airport’s market share shifts: Delta slips, United gains

The number of people flying Delta Air Lines in and out of Duluth has dropped dramatically since the mid-2000s.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/24/2014

Owner of bankrupt Duluth bridal shop working to deliver dresses

Annette Mega, co-owner of Princess Bride of Duluth, says she’s been working hard to get previously ordered wedding dresses to her customers, despite the store’s recent closure and bankruptcy.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/20/2014

Tech firm Compudyne awards thousands in prize money

Compudyne, a regional information technology firm, announced on Wednesday that First Witness, a child advocacy center in Duluth, was the winner of its $10,000 nonprofit giveaway.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/19/2014

RJS moves closer to marine projects in Superior

Big lakers loom large outside the new spacious offices of RJS Construction Group at Fraser Shipyard in Superior.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/17/2014

Duluth clothing boutique plans move to Old Downtown

Fig Leaf’s clothing boutique is moving to Old Downtown Duluth, to a storefront in the Temple Opera Block building that’s been vacant since Vintage Duluth closed a couple of years ago. It’s a section of downtown that the city and business owners are trying to revitalize.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/17/2014

BIZ Blog: Jamar vs. ice dams

Businesses get ice dams, too.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/12/2014

Maurices' gift helps UMD move downtown

Thanks to Maurices, UMD will establish a campus in downtown Duluth.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/12/2014

BIZ Blog: More offerings of bridal gowns

Facebook page connect Princess Bride "brides-in-bind" with dress offers.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/11/2014

BIZ Blog: Gowns offered to brides in bind

Fallout from Princess Bride closure includes generous offers of replacement dresses.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/10/2014

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