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An auction of three rental houses by Mayo Clinic's Saint Marys Hospital attracted a lot of attention online, but the bids didn't climb high enough for a sale.

A Minnesota nonprofit organization took over the management and services at Rochester's River Bend Assisted Living and Memory Care last week.

The cold temps might be slowing things down a bit in the Med City, but real estate is still moving.

Some movement seems to be on the way in Rochester's Apache Mall.

The Center of Business and Workforce Education hired a new Southeast Minnesota director.

A taste of Japan is on its way to a historic downtown Med City building. Rochester restaurateur Yong Hao Liu has a new project heating up in the empty 98-year-old building at 7 Second St. SW. The building last housed Goonie's Comedy Club and the McGoon's Taxi Co. restaurant.

Jeff Kiger has an update on the former Goonie's building.

There's some bad news and good news for local barbecue fans now that the home patio grilling season is in the rearview mirror.

One trendy rooftop locale in downtown Rochester is offering a new option for outdoor dining, no matter the temperature.

A retail makeover is on the way for the face of the Med City.

A locally owned, longtime area bank is planning for the future with a major change at one of its Rochester locations.

Rochester brewer Steve Finnie is a step closer to launching the Med City's fifth craft brewery with a purchase of a northwest warehouse.

After standing dark for four years, a former Rochester drive-through hamburger stand is slated to be resuscitated with a jolt of caffeine. Bryce Fogelson plans to call it Lumen Coffee with the hopes of bringing some light into northwest drivers' dark morning commutes.

The Rochester City Council is expected to erase the sprawling, almost 500-acre IBM campus from the northwest side tonight and replace it with the Rochester Business Park.

An almost 90-year-old Rochester car and truck dealership with two locations is splitting into two, separately owned businesses.

Three young, area companies and one successful founder are slated to be honored Friday at the fourth annual RAVE event in Rochester.

A 16-bed residential treatment complex under construction on 14th Avenue Southwest, across from the Mayo Clinic Hospital - Saint Marys Campus, is on track to open in the spring.

While the Med City is buzzing with business action, there's also plenty going on in other southeastern Minnesota cities, such as Kasson and St. Charles.

Rochester's aspiring entrepreneurs have a lot to talk about next week.

After 42 years as an insurance agent in Rochester, Steve Strauss has stepped back and handed the baton off.

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