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‘The time is now’ for solar power, according to co-owner Michael Allen Richard Franco has an exterior Smart Meter that measures his home energy use in 15 minute increments. He also gauges his … more
Moonplay aims to be radically generous, celebrate creative energy and feature do-it-yourself approach Jes Reyes has taken on a new hat as curator for Moonplay Cinema, a series of films by female and … more
Midway mortician starts business to help families take an inspired journey together “By combining doula work, funeral education work, and celebrant work, families can benefit from continuity of … more
By Carol Mahnke The hardest part of learning to swim is putting your face in the water — especially if you’re 77 years old and have never learned to swim. But Freddie Lissimore has the courage … more
Faith Dietz (at left) share what she loves about her neighborhood. (Photos submitted) The Hamline Midway Coalition (HMC) has begun work on the 2020-2030 Neighborhood Plan, a roadmap for the next 10 … more
She views her job as connecting community, SPSD By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Former middle school teacher Jessica Kopp started a new part-time job in early January. She is one of two newly elected members … more
PCs for People diverts electronics from waste stream, promotes digital inclusion PCs for People Tech specialist Chang Yang tests more than 100 donated computersevery day. If a computer can’t be … more
  A firm with water resource projects, including the recent Transforming Central work, is relocating to University Ave. The St. Paul City Council Jan. 8, 2020, acting as the Housing and … more
  Taco Bell won’t be rebuilding Facing the prospect of a no vote from the St. Paul Planning Commission, Taco Bell has shelved plans for a new restaurant at 565 N. Snelling Ave. That … more
  Liquor licenses St. Paul’s historic cap on on-liquor licenses continues to vex prospective bar operators and city officials who want to encourage more nightlife. Three requests for … more
Erin Spry Watershed district honors D10 volunteer Congratulations to Erin Spry, who received this year’s Watershed Citizen Award from Capitol Region Watershed District. Spry voluntarily … more
Tara Nielson (left) is one of the two mosaic artists who will teach the community workshops at Mosaic on a Stick. Lori Greene (right) will design the mosaics. The monarch design for the first … more
By JANE McCLURE A 2016 master plan for the Midway Center “superblock” outlined an ambitious vision of 18-story high-rise office buildings along Snelling Ave., as well as apartments, hotel space … more
Caring Hearts drive runs through Feb. 23 Jehovah Lutheran Church is collecting toiletries and over-the-counter medications for St. Paul homeless. Members, friends and neighbors are invited to … more
Carter elected Chair of Ramsey County Board The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners has elected Toni Carter as Chair of the Board for 2020. Since 2005, Commissioner Carter has represented Ramsey … more
By JANE MCCLURE Too-high groundwater levels and rising construction costs have slowed the start on the Pitch, a six-story mixed-use development west of Allianz Field. The six-story project, … more
By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director As you look outside, you know winter is upon us. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, we are in a busy time – between holidays, … more
by Jane McClure New Taco Bell restaurant? A controversial plan to rebuild the Taco Bell at 565 N. Snelling Ave. is going back before the St. Paul Planning Commission and its Zoning Committee. … more
by Jane McClure Dale Street Bridge schedule unveiled The $14.7 million Dale Street Bridge over Interstate 94 will bring improved walkways and bike access when it is completed in 2020. But the … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Rolf Erdahl (double bass) and Carrie Vecchione (oboe and English horn) make up the musical duo OboeBass! Erdahl said, “By returning to Lyngblomsten nearly every month, … more
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