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When Mishka Vertin moved from New York City to Minneapolis in 2014, she hit the ground running. Trained as a social worker, she took a job at Mill City Running while looking for a job in her field. … more
School board member at-large4 year Elect 3 James Farnsworth1) Priorities: Three top priorities:1. Good Governance: Transparency and oversight, fiscal accountability and stewardship, and strong … more
As October began, demolition equipment was quickly crunching through the remains of Midway Center. Excavators smashed down walls, and carefully picked out and set aside metal. Parts of the structure … more
Own a home in St. Paul? Your property taxes will increase, with large hikes in some neighborhoods. Taxes on the city’s $228,700 median-valued home could rise by $338, or 11 percent. In Frogtown … more
On Sunday, Aug. 22, 2021, Ballare Teatro dance instructor Molly Breen (at left) and her Cardio Funk dancers gave a live performance every 15 minutes through the early evening.They danced against a … more
Midway Residence rehabThe St. Paul Midway Residence at 902 Hersey St. will get needed renovations, with support Sept. 22 from the St. Paul City Council. The council, acting as the Housing and … more
You might see them in a walkabout at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, at a Pride-fest in rural Minnesota, Dining Out for Life, cleaning up litter at Augsburg Park or mingling with other customers at … more
By JANE McCLURESince St. Paul’s bicycle plan was approved in 2015, Midway area neighborhoods have seen numerous improvements. Those include Energy Park Drive/Front Avenue, Pierce Butler Route, … more
Extending the Midtown Greenway into St. Paul could generate $3 billion in economic development, according to a recent study, and the supporters say the route will help fight climate change.Midtown … more
Joan and Segundo Velasquez founded Mano a Mano in 1994 with the goal of saving surplus medical supplies from the landfill in Minnesota and shipping them to Bolivia, where those supplies were … more
Coping with the ups and downs of everyday life can be challenging in the best of times. But add COVID-19 to the mix, and those challenges can increase greatly.Jerrod Brown, a professor at Concordia … more
Every Thursday morning, things are hopping in front of 609 Dale Street North. Members of the Cash Money Ryders Motorcycle Club unload three semi-trucks full of groceries donated by Godtown and Hyvee, … more
‘Genocide’ seminarIn commemoration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, “Genocide of the American Indians: From 1492 to Today” will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 7-9 p.m. … more
Hamline Midway Elders is here to support our neighbors 60+ in the Hamline Midway and western Frogtown area, offering rides to medical appointments, yard help, referral and advocacy, as well as … 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
The National Merit Scholarship Program has recognized Como senior Soren Sackreiter for his academic excellence and outstanding collegiate potential. Through his coursework and performance on the PSAT … more
Hello autumn, Monitor readers,It seems that I’ve been working double-time in attempting to honor my 2021 resolution of staying optimistic. My attempt is not denying the record number of … more
Leaders and friends from PNC Bank, Saint Paul Public Library, Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, and Saint Paul Council President Amy Brendmoen gathered to  celebrate the library’s new … more
In her dream, a young girl was walking down Dale Street with her mother, who pushed a stroller. She was reading a poem on the sidewalk. “Look, mama, you can read it both ways,” the girl … more
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