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The Minnesota Tool Library is excited to share tools and trade skills in a new location for the 2023 lending season. In December volunteers were busy helping their local cooperative lending library … more
CORP HONORS MARK KOENIG The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, recently named Mark Koenig of St. Paul, Minnesota, as its 2022 hall of fame inductee. Over the course of his 41-year … more
Project at former school building A Merriam Park development project, which hit some delays, is moving ahead. The St. Paul Planning Commission Jan. 6 approved a conditional use permit and variances … more
The quest for a spot on the National Register of Historic Places for the Hamline Midway Branch Library moved one step ahead on Nov. 15, 2022. Minnesota’s State Historic Preservation Review … more
Construction on Keystone Community Services’ planned new food center gets underway in January, with a goal of opening the doors later in 2023. That’s welcome news to anyone who has relied … more
Last year, Christmas was looking pretty bleak for the Eugene Johnson family.Johnson fell off a second story building onto a fence, and was hospitalized for weeks. Then he spent time in a wheelchair. … more
One of the six Little Free Libraries installed as part of the 2021 “Love Letters for the Midway” project isn’t feeling the love. Matthew and Jamie Wright’s quest to keep their … more
Cheniqua Johnson, lifelong Minnesotan, public servant, community leader, and proud first-generation homeowner in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, hopes to continue serving Saint Paul residents … more
Ever been accused of having a thin skin? When it comes to maintaining proper body temperature, this old adage is no joke. As we age, our metabolic rate decreases and our skin literally thins. Often, … more
Frogtown GreenSince 2011, volunteers in the Frogtown neighborhood have been planting free trees in residents’ homes. Inspired by those efforts, and alarmed by recent declines in urban tree … more
“Urban has become the new word for Black. Let us say Black Students.” - Lucky Rosenbloom “The bonds of our common humanity are stronger than the divisiveness of our fears and … more
State swimmerCougar freshman Aleia Lueck entered the Section 4A girls swimming meet on Nov. 11, 2022 with a goal of setting a personal record in the 50-yard freestyle. When she touched the wall with … more
Good things come in threes. Mitchell Lallier can attest to that as his company, S & L Cleaning (1821 University Ave.), has won three awards in the past few weeks. Each award cites the … more
Murray’s National Junior Honor Society group held a Coins for Children’s Cancer drive in October. They raised $329.98, so three staff members rose to the challenge and volunteered to have … more
SUNRISE BANKS HONORED Sunrise Banks has received Fast Company’s Brands That Matter award, a national accolade that recognizes companies making an impact beyond the bottom line and authentically … more
Frogtown’s historic Victoria Theater could be in the spotlight in 2024, as the long-awaited community arts center opens its doors. The theater leadership earlier this fall accepted $1 million … more
Hamline-Midway resident Dr. Lillie Gardner took her animated kids TV show about women composers to Austin Film Festival in October. A piano instructor and screenwriter born and raised in St. Paul, … more
Here are a few upcoming classes: • Arthritis-Friendly Exercise Program, Jan.17-March 9, Tuesday and Thursday 1:30-2:30 p.m. •Chair Yoga, Jan. 19-March 9, Thursday 10:30-11:30 a.m. • … more
APPLAUSE COMMUNITY THEATER SHOW Applause Community Theatre is excited to present another evening that showcases the talents of Minnesota playwrights in “More One-Acts? Heck Yeah!,” at … more
Local journalism is facing an existential crisis because of Big Tech's abusive business tactics.   In the early days of the internet, the news was something you had to go out of your … more
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