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In January, D10 Como Community Council accepted nominations for the 2021 Como Neighborhood Honor Roll, board members voted to select three honorees among the seven nominations, and the winners were … more
Thirty representatives from businesses, industries, and trade groups shared information and opportunities with interested Como students during the school day on Feb. 23. Students signed up for … more
Finances and tax preparation can be challenging for even the most experienced. For many families and individuals who are also living on a low to moderate income, the challenges can be enormous.Enter … more
At 25, Sarah* doesn’t speak to her dad. And she points the finger squarely at him and how he treated her before and after her parents’ divorce.She knows that people often blame mom when a … more
A long-time dream of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Film Society (MSP Film) is about to come to fruition. The site of the MSP Film Society at St. Anthony Main Theatre, 115 SE Main in Minneapolis, has … more
Dai Thao has been representing Ward 1 on the St. Paul City Council since 2013. With new challenges coming up in 2022, Thao aims to navigate the best possible outcomes for the communities of Frogtown … more
With its mid-month Valentine’s Day holiday, February is synonymous with love. And countless couples seal their love by entering committed relationships, whether marriage or domestic … more
The non-profit electronics recycler Tech Dump just celebrated its 10th anniversary. With retail outlets now in St. Paul and Golden Valley, they provide an affordable, reliable source of refurbished … more
In each county and district in Minnesota, people face the difficulties of figuring out where their next meal may come from, or if it will come at all. According to a study done by Feeding America, a … more
Owning and operating a small business is seldom easy. The COVID-19 pandemic of the past couple of years has added to the challenges, and not every small business has made it through the tough … more
It’s early February: time to start planting garden seeds! That’s right, no need to wait until Memorial Day to get started gardening. But forget the grow lights, heat mats and inevitable … more
“It’s only when we truly know and understand that we have a limited time on earth- – and that we have no way of knowing when our time is up – that we will begin to live each … more
Zoning changes meant to make it easier to add dwelling units in single-family neighborhoods won unanimous St. Paul City Council approval Jan.19, 2022. Now the second phase of work on the one- to … more
A longtime Frogtown school will be transformed into a youth center housing up to 16 young people. On Jan. 21, 2022, the St. Paul Planning Commission Jan. 21 unanimously approved a conditional use … more
NEW LIBRARY DIRECTORJake Grussing has been selected as the Director of Ramsey County Library. Grussing will be responsible for overseeing 99 full-time employees working across seven locations and a … more
PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT DRIVEA personal care and paper products drive for the residents at Emma Norton Services will be held noon-2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 27 at Hamline Church United Methodist, 1514 … more
Scholars at St. Peter Claver Catholic School were treated to a lesson on leadership when Mayor Melvin Carter visited the school on Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022. Mayor Carter, whose dad is a St. Peter … more
Here’s your chance to tackle that new year’s resolution to get more involved: Eight seats are up for election in April to the District 10 Como Community Council board. The board recently … more
For a second straight season, Chikamso Chijioke and Sam Skinner qualified for the Minnesota State Debate Meet. Competing in the policy division, the duo advanced to the quarterfinal round of the … more
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