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By Jessica Kopp Student journalists Snelling Connection, a newspaper written by Hamline Elementary students with the support of Hamline University student mentors (photo right submitted), recently … more
The Twin Cities German Immersion School is planning to tear down the former St. Andrew’s Church building and construct a new three-story structure with two gymnasiums, a cafeteria and classroom … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN The Women’s Drum Center (WDC) was bursting at the seams a couple of years ago, so they traded in their 350 square foot studio in the Dow Building for one three times that … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Mass shootings—what causes them, and what can be done to prevent them? Dr. Jillian Peterson, associate professor at Hamline University in criminology and criminal justice, … more
Hausler was St. Paul’s first city architect and drew from a range of styles during a distinguished career By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN St. Andrew’s Church was designed by a prolific and creative … more
Como residents James Robinson and Sarah Howard celebrate the 25th anniversary of Art Academy By JAN WILLMS Any child can learn to draw or paint well. With this thought in mind, Como neighborhood … more
Heritage Preservation Commission considers church to be significant to St. Paul’s history and votes 8-1 to preserve it By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN After hearing from both sides of the issue, the St. … more
By the end of November the Allianz Field was making its permanant stamp on the Midway's landscape. (Photo by Margie O'Loughlin) By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN When the Minnesota United FC soccer team takes … more
This map, from the Saint Paul Pedestrian Plan Executive Summary, shows the areas (in green) where High Priority Areas for Walking Investments are proposed. Almost the entire West Midway is … more
By JANE MCCLURE Internet business receives loan to move into the Midway A recently merged company is closing its Hudson, WI. location and consolidating in the Midway industrial area. The St. … more
By MATTHEW DAVIS St. Paul Como Park girls keep hopes high despite youth Despite graduating five seniors, St. Paul Como Park looks to have a big season with a young team. The Cougars return … more
By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director What matters most to you? What do you think about Como—the good, the not-so-good, what you’d keep, what you’d change? A new District 10 survey gives … more
The Hamline Midway Library, 1558 West Minnehaha Ave., is your neighborhood gathering spot, where you can enjoy great programs and Internet access and access portable WiFi hotspots, books, CDs, DVDs … more
By JESSICA KOPP On any given day, the new Hamline Elementary Family Room, just steps from the main entrance on Englewood Ave., is a hub of activity. You’ll find families waiting to drop off or pick … more
By JANE MCCLURE The Allianz Field Major League Soccer stadium will bring many changes to its surrounding community when it opens for games in 2019. Managing that change and leveraging … more
Save Historic St. Andrew’s holds forum to update community on ideas and plans to save the building After picketing for several days, Save Historic St. Andrew’s supporters agreed to stop at the … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Our Lady of Peace Hospice Residence is an oasis of kindness at the intersection of St. Anthony and Cleveland avenues. Outside, the traffic roars by on Interstate 94 but inside, … more
Betsey Giles started knitting last May and creates her double knit scarves and hats on flat or circular looms. Through her business Three Bears Fun Fur, she has been crafting ultra-warm, faux fur … more
By JAN WILLMS (All photos submitted) Local filmmaker Barbara Wiener (photo right) can add to her resume that she helped to liberate an African country. This accomplishment comes as part of her … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Local poet Jim Bohen (photo right by Margie O'Loughlin) just experienced something that doesn’t happen every day. Not only did he publish a poem, but he also published 82 of … more
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