MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Business owners in Dinkytown, the center of student life at the University of Minnesota, continue to face challenges from COVID-19 outbreaks, staffing shortages and crime as they are heading into the new year.
COVID-19 has forced many businesses to make decisions about how they can continue to operate. Recent changes include the upcoming opening of Bober Tea and Mochi Dough in the commercial space where Umami Fries used to be, as well as the arrival of Tiger Sugar in December.
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