Downtown Fargo

Man Dead After Being Struck By Train

It happened on a stretch of tracks where there were no marked crossings.

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – A man was killed after being struck by a train in downtown Fargo. Police were called shortly before 11 p.m. Thursday to an area near Sixth Avenue North and Roberts Street where they found a man with “significant trauma” who was dead. It happened on a stretch of tracks where there were no marked crossings. Sgt. Troy Hannig…

Black Coffee & Waffle Bar is Open for Business in Downtown Fargo

Black Coffee and Waffle Bar chose Fargo as its new home because of the downtown development

FARGO, N.D.– The waffle irons are hot and the coffee is black in Downtown Fargo. Black Coffee and Waffle Bar is open for business. Behind the doors of Downtown Fargo’s newest waffle joint is a menu jam-packed with coffee and waffles suited for people who love both bold and classic flavors. “We have a pulled pork waffle,” Black Coffee and…

LIVE: Black Coffee & Waffle Bar is Open For Business in Downtown Fargo

The menu is jam-packed with coffee and waffles suited for people who love both bold and classic flavors

FARGO, N.D.– KVRR’s Maggie LaMere visits Black Coffee and Waffle Bar during opening week. Black Coffee and Waffle Bar is open Monday through Saturday from 7am-11pm. It closes earlier on Sundays at 8pm. Categories: Morning – In The Community Tags: Black Coffee and Waffle Bar, Downtown Fargo, Waffles

‘Do It All Downtown’ Is Implementing Its Master Plan For Downtown Fargo

Do it all downtown is working on implementing a master plan to bring more people to the downtown Fargo area

FARGO, N.D.– The group do it all downtown is hosting a series of panels to generate discussion and ideas around getting the downtown Fargo area to thrive. Do It All Downtown is working on implementing a master plan to bring more people to the downtown Fargo area. Through the seven priorities, they hope to bring both consumers and businesses to…

Downtown Fargo Begins Plans for Civic Plaza

The Plaza will be located in the area between the Public Library, City Hall and The Civic Center

FARGO, N.D. — There will be major changes coming to downtown Fargo in an effort to better connect parts of the community. “We have the opportunity not just to create a civic plaza which is really kind of it’s own type,” Principal designer of Bishop Land Design, Scott Bishop said. “But also it’s a way to connect several important open spaces….

LIVE: Coffee & Cocoa Crawl Comes To Downtown Fargo

27 Different Varieties Of Coffee And Cocoa Available Throughout Downtown

  The Downtown Community Partnership’s Coffee & Cocoa Crawl is finally here. The event was originally postponed due to a blizzard. Now, people will only have to brave single-digit temperatures to enjoy coffee and cocoa from 27 different local businesses on Saturday, March 2nd. If you’re wary of walking around downtown, a heated trolley will help move you around for…

Groups Calling for More Affordable Housing in Downtown Fargo

Some want downtown to be more accessible for people living and working in the area

FARGO, N.D. — When she first moved to Downtown Fargo more than a decade ago, Arlette Preston says the community feeling was much different. “My husband used to say, and I think it’s pretty accurate, on a Saturday night, you could throw a rock down Broadway and you couldn’t hit a thing, and that was probably about 15 years ago, so…

Downtown Fargo Building Sees Minimal Damage after Morning Fire

Fargo Fire Department's Station 4 responded to the call around 6:30 this morning

FARGO, N.D.- A Fargo Fire Department captain says there is “very minimal damage” from a rubbish fire at a Downtown Fargo apartment building this morning. Fargo Fire Department’s Station 4 responded to the call around 6:30 this morning to find a small fire in the storage room of 400 North Broadway. The department started to evacuate the building but cancelled…

St. Patrick’s Day Parade In Downtown Fargo Cancelled

The F-M St. Patrick's Day parade committee made the announcement on their Facebook page.

FARGO, ND — The group behind the annual F-M St. Patrick’s Day parade announced they have cancelled the 2019 event. They said a lack of funds to cover insurance and security lead the decision. Below is the full announcement from the group from their Facebook page: The committee has announced that we will not be organizing and hosting the parade…

Fargo Business Owners Call for Repeal of North Dakota’s Blue Laws

Legislators in the ND House recently voted to repeal the laws Thursday

FARGO, N.D. — Growing up in Devils Lake, Amber Sander says she loved getting up to work at a restaurant on Sundays. “Sunday mornings I got the best tips, I loved working Sunday mornings it was awesome. So, I think people that want to services on Sunday also want to have access to the things they want to do after they’re…