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By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Starting Apr. 1, the St. Paul Police Department (SPPD) implemented their new 12-person Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Unit. According to Commander Jeremy Ellison, the SPPD is … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN When Como resident Jennifer Victor-Larsen was working on her MBA at the University of St. Thomas a few years ago, she got an idea. “I knew I wanted to do a project in the … more
By JANE MCCLURE Midway Marketplace sold to Minneapolis firm for $31 million New ownership could eventually bring changes to Midway Marketplace. The shopping center at 1400 University Ave. was … more
By JANE MCCLURE Take the bus or train, bike, walk or use a taxi or ride-share. Unless you have a reserved parking spot, don’t drive to Minnesota United FC soccer games at Allianz Field. That’s … more
By JANE MCCLURE Vendor dispute sent to hearing A dispute between city officials and a 2018 Minnesota State Fair vendor was assigned to an administrative law judge Mar. 20, after the vendor … more
Board elections The annual meeting of the District 10 Como Community Council is Tues., Apr. 16. The meeting includes elections for two-year terms on the district council board. Under the by-laws, … more
Renters Voice Summit Ward 4 Renters Voice Summit, Apr. 18, 6:30-8pm; Room 111 Anderson Center at Hamline University Renters now make up over 50% of our city and deserve representation at every … more
By JANE MCCLURE A debate that began in 1989 ended Mar. 6 when the St. Paul City Council approved a controversial sustainable carryout packaging ordinance. The measure, which takes effect in … more
Having a new baby is an exciting time with lots of changes. Every day brings something new for you and your baby. It can also be a time of many questions, like: Is my baby growing as they should? Are … more
DCIM100MEDIADJI_0880.JPG[/caption] This simulated aerial view of the proposed Wellington housing development at 427 N. Snelling shows how it would fit into the surrounding neighborhood. The new … more
Café Biaggio co-owner John D’Agostino in the restaurant named for his maternal great-grandfather, Biaggio. (Photo by Margie O’Loughlin) By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN St. Joseph’s Day is a traditional … more
Friends School, Hamline Young Writers, St. Paul Urban Tennis, St. Paul Ballet, Camp Como, and others make summer memories they’ll never forget By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Create a cardboard castle, a … more
By JAN WILLMS Como resident Paul Kotz (photo right by Jan Willms) wanted to write a book for his daughters. “I was trying to write something that they might know their dad in a different way,” he … more
Julie (center left) and Joel Stegman (center right) are co-pastors of the newly planted Resurrection City Church, which meets weekly at Hamline Elementary School. (Photo by Margie O’Loughlin) By … more
By Tesha M. Christensen On Feb. 8 the first free public lecture at the new United Theological Seminary building, the topic was “Prayers of the Immigrants” presented by Paolo Naso, national … more
United notes how religion is changing while continuing a strong social justice program in a busy corner of St. Paul By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN The floors in the new United Theological Seminary of the … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN An environmental review has put the Twin Cities German Immersion School construction progress on hold. A team of Save Historic Saint Andrews (SHSA) members, led by Roy … more
Long-awaited traffic study for Allianz Field development still not released six weeks before the opening game By JANE MCCLURE A one-block section of Roy St. between Spruce Tree Dr. and Shields … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Ellen Keane and Cathy Wind have co-directed the Keane Sense of Rhythm dance studio and company for 22 years. They recently won a $5,000 grant from the UCare Foundation to … more
Lancer takes over Spring Café For the third time in three years, there will be a change in operators at the Como Park pavilion restaurant. Lancer Hospitality has taken over the Spring Café, which … more
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