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Area homeowners may want to open their mailboxes carefully in November. Truth-in-taxation statements likely will bring sticker shock with rising home values and property taxes.St. Paul, Ramsey County … more
Catch a Nur-D show and support local radio on Friday, Oct. 28, 5-9 p.m. at Urban Growler Brewing (2325 Endicott St.).“I love Nur-D’s energy and stage presence!” said WFNU co-founder … more
As a young mother, Robin Sherritt Gadban, now 69, often packed a picnic and brought her kids to Como Lake for the day. She dreamed of living in Como Park, and one day her dream came true. In the … more
A showstopper exhibitionWhen cooler temps and shorter days signal the Fall Arts Season in the metro area, there are many cultural activities competing for attention. As always, this column strives to … more
Changes to St. Paul’s rent control restrictions take place Jan. 1, 2023, and are meant to jumpstart new construction and continue some level of renter protections. But if the sign of a … more
By Patricia OhmansFrogtown GreenAre you concerned about news of bird die-offs, and even extinctions? Turn off the lights! That’s one of two simple things you can do, according to experts at the … more
“Let me just say: Peace to you, if you’re willing to fight for it.” ~ Fred Hampton “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change” ~ Dr. … more
On April 14, 2022, Como Community Council was awarded the Lawns to Legume Demonstration Neighborhood Grant through the Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR). Funding is provided by the Environment … more
Spirit week and homecoming funComo students celebrated their school spirit during the last week of September with thematic dress up days, a pep fest to end the school day on Friday, and a full slate … more
Hamline University School of Business Professor of Practice Jim Scheibel invited Midway Como Frogtown Monitor owner and editor Tesha M. Christensen to speak to his “The City as University: … more
Estelle Brouwer, Executive Director of Women’s Advocates, announced today that starting in October they will be launching an emergency hotel stay project that provides short-term lodging for … more
YMCA LAUNCHES GEORGE WELLBEING INITIATIVEThe YMCA of the North, a leading nonprofit dedicated to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, and Penny and Bill George and the George … more
What does a district council in St. Paul do? The answer is as varied as the people who live in district, Como resident Sarah O’Brien has discovered in the last year since she was hired to … more
Volunteers from 3M helped ready the new Career Pathway Center on the Saint Paul College campus on Aug. 31, 2022. The new Saint Paul Public Schools learning space features classrooms, state-of-the-art … more
Changes to St. Paul’s sweeping rent control regulations could be adopted by the St. Paul City Council in mid-September. But with so many amendments and a looming legal challenge, it’s … more
When people lose their homes or storefronts to involuntary displacement, what can be done? The St. Paul Planning Commission Aug. 19 voted to set up a community advisory committee to study and make … more
Beach to beechWhen I arrived in Minnesota as an east coast transplant in the late 1980s, my summer visions were of expanses of New Jersey beaches rather than expansive views of blue beeches, the … more
What do you do when a foster child you have raised for several years is suddenly going home to her birth parents? How do you react the first time the school principal calls you in to discuss a … more
It is an exciting moment when a writer’s first novel is published. But when that first novel is also turned into a movie, the feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction can be intense.Dan … more
Planning for a new Hamline Midway Branch Library continues, with a decision in August to not consider National Register of Historic Places designation for the 92-year-old structure. The State … more
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