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Youth outreach is part of standard community policing in St. Paul

Posted on 13 August 2015

Never touch a gun; be careful when walking or riding a bike; and respect adults while also being cautious By JAN WILLMS For Officer Mark Ross, who has been with the St. Paul Police Department since 2001, talking with school children about his role as a police officer is second nature to him. Photo right: […] Continue Reading

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Arnellia’s on top of projects to win STAR funding

Posted on 13 August 2015

Sixteen of 58 projects submitted for Neighborhood Sales Tax Revitalization (STAR) grants and loans will go forward. Topping the list citywide is a renovation of a University Ave. restaurant and nightclub. The grants and loans won St. Paul City Council approval in July. The slate of projects approved by the council mirrored the list of […] Continue Reading

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Questions persist on University SuperTarget liquor store license

Posted on 13 August 2015

By JANE MCCLURE Midway SuperTarget’s quest to add an off-sale liquor store may not be resolved until late summer or fall.  A two-hour legislative hearing last month ended with technical questions about the concept of a store-within-a-store, including issues of liquor delivery and storage. Until those questions are resolved, a St. Paul City Council decision […] Continue Reading

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Urban Boat Builders’ summer boat launch

Posted on 13 August 2015

Article and photos by MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Urban Boat Builders, a youth development program that uses boat building as a tool for positive change, held its annual boat launch on July 29 at Lake Como. With 20 years experience, Urban Boat Builders has developed a fleet of light-weight, durable, and beautiful water-crafts which are sold to […] Continue Reading

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Hamline Midway Investment Co-op schedules Community Forum Aug. 20

Posted on 13 August 2015

The Hamline Midway Investment Co-op will hold a Community Forum on Thurs., Aug. 20, 6:30-8pm in the Hamline Midway Library (1558 Minnehaha Ave.), basement meeting room. What kind of businesses and resources would we like to see (or see more of) in our neighborhood? How can we attract businesses into sites and streets that have […] Continue Reading

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News from Como Park High School

Posted on 13 August 2015

• Two Como E2 environmental students were selected to spend four weeks at the Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center on Minnesota’s North Shore. Maureen Rein and Seven Armstrong participated in the Ecology Credit Camp, through which students earn high school credit, and college credit upon completion of the ACCUPLACER test. The experience at Wolf Ridge […] Continue Reading

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A soccer stadium in the Midway?

Posted on 13 August 2015

Lingering questions about the Bus Barn / Midway Center site leave development open to discussion By JANE MCCLURE The former Metro Transit Snelling bus barn site and adjacent Midway Center properties are in play as a possible Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium site. Mayor Chris Coleman announced in July that he has invited MLS officials […] Continue Reading

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Hamline and Galtier want the neighborhood back in their schools!

Posted on 13 August 2015

Like most parents, Jessica Kopp searched to find the right school for her second-grade daughter. Kopp wanted top-notch teachers, strong curriculum, and a school that reflected the richness of the community in which she lives. She found everything she was looking for at Hamline Elementary, a Saint Paul Public Schools campus that was just four […] Continue Reading

Central and Como Park look to have strong season in new “districts”

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Central and Como Park look to have strong season in new “districts”

Posted on 13 August 2015

By MATTHEW DAVIS High school football in Minnesota kicks off a most unusual of seasons early this year. Scheduling conflicts with TCF Bank Stadium moved the Prep Bowl back two weeks thus warranting an Aug. 22 date for the first high school games. All teams, including Como Park and Central, locally opened their seasons with […] Continue Reading

Campus boundaries hearing set Aug. 21

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Campus boundaries hearing set Aug. 21

Posted on 13 August 2015

Monitor In A Minute compiled by Jane McClure Campus boundaries hearing set Anyone wishing to weigh in on more stringent property use and boundary rules for colleges, universities and seminaries, can attend a public hearing before the St. Paul Planning Commission at 8:30am, Fri., Aug. 21. The hearing, held in the City Hall basement conference […] Continue Reading

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