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By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Mortenson Construction has a long, impressive resume, and you don’t have to travel very far in the Twin Cities to see one of their projects. Their crews built the recent … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN When Elizabeth Clement was growing up in British Guyana, she never thought she would be able to go to college. “I immigrated to Minnesota in 2014,” she said, “and was … more
All photos submitted The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library will present the annual Fireside Reading Series, featuring six weeks of author readings, at 7pm on Wednesday evenings in January and … more
Twin Cities German Immersion School - a public school, committed to its students, teachers, and the Como neighborhood By Julie Alkatout and Dianne Bell, Board Members,  Twin Cities German … more
Delay gives school and community time to reach agreements on parking, traffic, pedestrian safety, and sound issues By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Given the unresolved issues regarding parking, … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN The NAACP opposes the proposed expansion of the Twin Cities German Immersion School. In a statement issued in December, the St. Paul NAACP (National Association for … more
By JANE MCCLURE As Allianz Field is prepared for an April opening, neighborhood streets continue to change. A proposal to convert one block of Roy between Spruce Tree Dr. to Shields Ave. from … more
By JANE MCCLURE The battle with emerald ash borer continues in 2019 in St. Paul and around the region. The city’s structured removal program starts this month, with a map and schedules to be … more
Compiled by JANE MCCLURE City losing patience over 694 N. Snelling building A lack of information about building plans, timelines, and finances has had city officials going back and forth with the … more
By MELISSA CORTES, Community Organizer Hamline Midway Coalition meets monthly on topics of development, transportation, and the environment. • The Transportation Committee meets the first … more
By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director The Como Community Council has selected Jonah Fields, Laura Flockencier, and Maggie Zimmerman as District 10’s 2019 additions to the Saint Paul … more
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
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