Charly Haley covers city government for the Grand Forks Herald. As night reporter, she also has many general assignments. Before working at the Herald, she was a reporter at the Jamestown Sun and interned at The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, Detroit Lakes Newspapers and the St. Cloud Times. Haley is a graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead, and her hometown is Sartell, Minn.
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Grand Forks City Council gave early approval to Mayor Mike Brown’s 2015 budget Monday with the request to cut 1.55 mills, or about $279,000, from the budget.
Each week, Herald reporter Charly Haley answers your questions about local government, laws and other local topics.
For Kayla Cote, the perfect place to create and showcase her art isn’t a studio or gallery — it’s her apartment building.
While more people are looking to live in downtown Grand Forks, that same trend also is occurring across the river.
As ideas for growth continue to buzz about downtown Grand Forks, many people — especially those in their 20s and early 30s — are apparently looking to move there. But...
The Grand Forks Public School District will reconsider a new Central High School parking lot following a discussion of downtown parking by area stakeholders.
The city of Grand Forks is on its way to a revamped internship program — designed by an intern. Allyssa Wall, a city administrator’s intern, presented her proposal for a...
The Grove student apartment complex in Grand Forks has received several complaints from residents, including concerning possible mold, since the apartments opened last weekend. Some residents said Monday that they...
The recent building boom in Grand Forks has caused more work for the city Inspections Department — but it has also produced the money to pay for additional staff. The...
Supporters of the 42nd Street Arts Corridor revealed more details on the project Monday — including a request for more city funding — to a Grand Forks City Council committee. The recently formed Public Arts Commission, which is in the process of becoming a nonprofit, is spearheading the 42nd Street Arts Corridor project. Its members presented an update to the City Council’s Finance/Development Committee. The vision for the arts corridor is 53 large public art sculptures along South 42nd Street between DeMers Avenue and 32nd Avenue South.