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Center for Social JusticeUnited Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities has received a grant of $1,000,000 from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish a Leadership Center for Social Justice that will … more
Lyngblomsten expandsLyngblomsten, a Minnesota senior services organization, will begin preparing a 20-acre site in mid-October 2021 for a senior living campus in Lino Lakes. This is a significant … more
Mississippi Market increases food donations, food justice effortsMississippi Market has launched a new food donation program to help meet the increase in hunger the community is facing, which is … more
Como Relays Aug. 18 & 25Every Wednesday in August Run Minnesota is hosting Como Park Relays at the intersection of Horton Ave. and Lexington Pkwy. Kids race (race 1/4 mile or 1/2 mile) start at … more
St. Paul edges out MinneapolisSt. Paul bumped Minneapolis to third and took second in annual Trust for Public Land’s 2021 ParkScore® index. Washington, DC, is the best city park system in … more
International Film FestivalMSP Film Society announces the 40th Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF40) will take place Thursday, May 13 through Sunday, May 23, 2021. Due to the … more
Dale St. work pausedRamsey County’s Dale Street reconstruction project in Saint Paul All I-94 entrance and exit ramps at Dale St. and Interstate 94 opened to traffic on Nov. 19 at the … 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
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
New pastor at Jehovah The Rev. Dr. Joshua Miller is the new pastor at Jehovah Lutheran Church in St. Paul, installed in an online worship service Sept. 6. Video of the installation rite at … more
Our Lady hires new COO Kim Webster has joined Our Lady of Peace as Chief Operating Officer. Webster brings 40-years in the senior health services field, with a focus on administration, healthcare, … more
Tenant protections approved Mitra Jalali St. Paul’s new tenant protections measures won unanimous city council approval on July 8. But the work is just beginning as city officials … more
Absentee voting is available through Aug. 7 in the party primary elections. To vote in person: • Weekdays 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the county elections office, 90 W. Plato Blvd. • Weekdays 10 … more
By JANE McCLURE Two bike projects roll ahead Two area bicycle facilities improvement projects won St. Paul City Council approval June 17, along sections of Fairview Ave.and Territorial Rd. The … more
By JANE McCLURE COVID-19 measures continue St. Paul city officials were working to help restaurants open for outdoor dining June 1. It’s the last effort in a flurry of activities since the … more
By JANE McCLURE Billboard can go up OutFront Media will be allowed to erect a large digital display billboard near Highway 280 and Interstate 94, as a result of St. Paul City Council action … 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 West end … more
Couples drum jam Announcing a Valentines Day Couples Drum Jam at the Women’s Drum Center, 2242 University Ave.W. in St. Paul on Saturday, Feb. 14, 6- 8 p.m. Couples come in all shapes and sizes! … more
By JANE McCLURE Como going from 4 lanes to 3 The St. Paul City Council in December asked for a lane configuration change on Como Ave., which is needed to implement a larger project. The city … 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
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