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by Jane McClure Survey on frontage roads The St. Paul Department of Public Works is conducting a survey, prior to resurfacing the Concordia and St. Anthony avenues’ freeway frontage roads. … more
By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director I’m writing while my family visits my mother-in-law in Wyoming. It’s a wonderful place to visit, and very different to our lives in … more
By DENIS WOULFE, or 651-917-4183 We were vacationing up along the North Shore last month and it was a great time of the year to see those iconic spots that make Minnesota … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Twin Cities Mobile Market’s Keshawn Williams (right) finished a transaction with a Hamline Hi-Rise resident. There are no chips, pop, or junk to be found on the Mobile … more
On Aug. 19, 16 St. Paul School district teachers, staff, University of Minnesota representatives in food safety and gardens, and representatives from Urban Roots toured three different SPPS school … more
Michelle Cambrice Ten years in the making, a group of engaged educators will open a new charter school called The Journey School this fall. The Journey School, which is currently accepting enrollment … more
Ms. Gbolo in Paris Hope Heals camps Como staff members Mr. Donnell Gibson and Ms. Kristy Pierce have successfully expanded a thriving summer program to serve St. Paul students and alumni. The Gibson … more
By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director, Do’s and don’ts during fair The Minnesota State Fair runs Aug. 22-Sept. 2. Some residents can’t wait. Some residents … more
Dragonflies Nature Survey Walk Aug. 10 Attend a Dragonflies Nature Survey Walk documenting species in Como Woodland on Saturday, Aug. 10, 9 a.m. at the Kilmer Fireplace, 1221 Wynne Ave (SW Como … more
by Margie O'Loughlin Margie O'Loughlin I’ve worked as a reporter for the Longfellow Nokomis Messenger and Midway Como Monitor since 2015. I came into the job with a fledgling interest in community … more
by Chad Kulas, Midway Chamber of Commerce Before the Green Line opened in 2014, supporters of the transit line said it could take you “around the world in 11 miles”– a reference to the distance … more
Minnesota United goes unbeaten for July in MLS action By Matthew Davis Minnesota United had its way with MLS teams in July. The Loons (10-7-5) went 5-0-2 against MLS competition that month … more
by Jane McClure Midway Amoco faces sanctions A Hamline-Midway convenience store faces sanctions for selling flavored tobacco products in violation of city regulations. The St. Paul City Council … more
by Jane McClure Alatus plans meet mixed response Two redevelopment plans for a vacant lot near Lexington Parkway and University Ave. would offer a six-story mixed-use building with a grocery store … more
Twin Cities German Immersion school to demolish church for three-story addition By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN “This is a day we hoped would never come,” stated Tom Goldstein during a rally on the steps … more
By Stephanie Fox It was just a mishap, or so it seemed at the time. But, in the summer of 2008, while boating on Lake Okoboji in Iowa, Alex Orcutt lost a flip-flop. “I was shoving a ski boat off a … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Anyone who has walked or biked around Como Lake this summer has got to wonder, “What is that smell?” The short answer is decomposing curly-leaf pondweed. The long answer is … more
Surprise - there’s Pierce Butler Meadows just before the Snelling Ave. crossing By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN The Pierce Butler Route is known as a short cut through the Midway and Central neighborhoods … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN For eight days in September, St. Paul’s Creative Enterprise Zone (CEZ), and partner Burlesque of North America, will host something that has never been done before in … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Seven years to the day they bought the house at 1012 Grotto St., Emily and Jesse and their 10-pound Chihuahua Buster Busta held a party. Their home – which they lovingly … more
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