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Zoning changes could bring more density The revamp of St. Paul’s multi-family residential zoning is seen as a way to add housing density, with a focus on affordable housing, … more
Neighborhood STAR fund allocated for area projects Twenty-one small businesses, housing providers and community organizations are recipients of 2020 Neighborhood Sales Tax Revitalization (STAR) … more
Artika Tyner (Photo submitted) The 2020 U.S. Census is of critical importance. It will shape the future of our community. To raise awareness about the Census, Planting People Growing Justice in … more
    Hamline University adjunct criminal justice professor Jason Sole calls himself a survivor of the War on Drugs. He went from being a soldier on the streets to being a scholar, and … more
Metro Transit says it is a good thing fewer people have been using light rail since March By CHLOE PETER Since opening in 2004, the Blue Line has offered folks an alternative way to get to … more
Kimball court Kimball Court, which provides supportive housing in Hamline-Midway, can be enlarged with a new conditional use permit. The St. Paul Planning Commission July 20 approved a new … more
Charter school prompts debate Hmong College Prep Academy has won St. Paul City Council and Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) approval for conduit financing, on a 4-3 margin Aug. 26. But … more
  About 330 St. Paul businesses sustained $73 million in property damage and $8.8 million in lost inventory and other assets during the civil unrest following the murder of George Floyd. St. … more
  Kate Mudge The Hamline Midway Coalition is exploring the opportunity for community members to come together and invest in commercial real estate through a Real Estate Investment … more
Local organizations offer various resources AGING WELL By CHLOE PETER Laurel Collins of Hamline Midway Elders A senior who regularly attends luncheons and games group at Hamline Midway Elders, 1514 … more
As a B Corp, Sunrise Banks believes it is their social responsibility to help their community, according to Senior Vice President Chris Albrecht. This year, that has involved handling 1,800 Paycheck … more
    The group rolled out, maintaining physical distancing while practicing safe bike skills in traffic. First stop on the night’s ride was the Express Bike Shop on Selby … more
  Summer is winding down again, but this year it probably feels different. While many rejoice at cooler temps and yearn for the crispness in the air, in a year where a pandemic is causing … more
Hamline Midway Early Learning Coalition By Jessica Kopp earlylearning@hamlinemidway.org Hi neighbors! We are a group of residents and organizations who work to address the needs and … more
The Virtual Mississippi River Institute blends online and hands-on outdoor learning Last February, more than 30 educators from Minnesota and Louisiana were looking forward to a special river journey. … more
    Owner and pharmacist Jim Stage stands in front of the temporary location for Lloyd’s Pharmacy at 694 Snelling. (Photos by Tesha M. Christensen)[/caption] Six weeks after … more
    Fire destroyed the Foot Locker at the Midway Center on May 28, 2020. The leases for the stores there have been terminated prior to redevelopment. Some are looking for new … more
  In the last line of Frank Sinatra’s classic love song, “My Funny Valentine,” Old Blue Eyes sang, “Stay little Valentine, stay, for each day is Valentine’s … more
  Lue Her (left), Marcellius Watley and Shadaria Brown build a chair. Through the Green Chair Project at Elpis Enterprise, youth who are homeless or who have been homeless learn woodworking … more
During the Farmers Market in a Box food distribution at Allianz Field on Friday, July 31, about 900 participants who preregistered received a box of vegetables, a box of dairy and a box of meat. For … more
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