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By JANE MCCLURE Two Roy St. houses (at 400 and 396 N. Roy St.) will be torn down to make way for parking to replace those being lost at Bremer Bank. A new six-story, 152-apartment mixed used … more
By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director After a long, drawn-out winter has once again come to a close, warmer weather is here. In Minnesota, we appreciate the summer and try to … more
By DENIS WOULFE, Denis@MonitorSaintPaul.com or 651-917-4183 I’ve spent the last few weeks helping to introduce the Midway Como Monitor’s new owner, Tesha M. Christensen, to Monitor advertisers, … more
By JANE McCLURE Mixed-use redevelopment is eyed for a long-vacant Lexington Parkway property, with first-floor retail and up to five stories of apartments. Discussions are underway involving … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Jane Graupman, executive director of the International Institute of Minnesota, said, “We’re really excited to raise our profile in the neighborhood with our building … more
Central High School principal retires after 26 years of service Mary Mackbee has retired as the principal of Central High School at age 75. She said, “I always thought I would be a teacher, but … more
Capitol Region Watershed District is now located at 595 Aldine Street. Its neighborhood assets will soon include a pocket park for public use, and a watershed learning center. (Photo by Margie … more
Christina Morrison with four-year-old twins Jack and Keira, learn about the proposed B Line along Lake/Marshall. (Photo by Tesha M. Christensen) By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN tesha@monitorsaintpaul.com … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN tesha@monitorsaintpaul.com In six weeks, the wrecking ball may hit Historic Saint Andrew’s Church, destroying the 92-year-old facility designed by St. Paul’s first city … more
Every year the Minnesota Youth Handball recognize a person that has given a lot to promote handball in Minnesota by naming the tournament after them. This year outstanding person is Steve Kufus who … more
Development Roundup By JANE MCCLURE MISCO awarded city funding A Midway company will benefit from a $49,500 forgivable Strategic Investment Fund (SIF) loan. The St. Paul City Council, acting … more
by Jane McClure Convenience store is fined An area convenience store must pay a $500 fine, as a result of St. Paul City Council action April 17. The council fined Midway Amoco BP, which is … more
Too Much Coffee By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN, Tesha@MonitorSaintPaul.com Print is dead, you say? Nah. It’s just evolving. A few months ago I attended the Minnesota Newspapers Association (MNA) annual … more
Building a Stronger Midway By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director The dream of Major League Soccer in the Midway, which only seemed like a fantasy four years ago, has become a … more
Photo by Margie O'Loughlin The Inter-Faculty Organization (IFO)is an organization that represents the interests of faculty at the seven Minnesota state universities. They held an informational picket … more
Facility designed for food and beverage containers – not extra stuff like hoses, plastic toys and fencing Community engagement director Katrina Lund said, “It’s important to remember to reduce, … more
Residents have mixed views on effect of 20,000 soccer fans coming into neighborhood Midway resident Jacob McGill said, “No one ever gave the neighbors the chance to vote on whether we wanted the … more
Town House Bar revamped by Midway resident and soccer fan as Minnesota United move into Allianz Stadium nearby Wes Burdine purchased St. Paul’s oldest LGBTQ+ bar, the Town House Bar (1415 … more
Some rent out driveways, others ask for residential permit parking districts According to Allianz Field field general manager Justin Borrell, traffic flowed relatively smoothly on opening day. … more
Renter’s Voice Summit first step in giving voice to the half of city residents who rent Theresa St.Aoro is a renter in the Como neighborhood. She loves the duplex she rents and the neighborhood, … more
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