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The team and city reached 10-year deal to keep games at Xcel Energy Center, with the Wild eyeing upgrades to arena and parking.
Eric Gary Barnes thought his first name sounded too much like “ear ache” for his liking. So he chose Edgar Burn, a name that stuck…
Organizers hope an upcoming renters summit leads to better representation.
The City Council approved on a 6-1 vote the developer's request to amend the master plan to allow for single-family homes.
Where will people park? Will traffic snarl the area for hours before and after matches? Will, as a St. Paul traffic study suggests, nearly 8,000 fans leave their cars at home and take light rail or bus rapid transit to games?
Virginia and Texas Tech are playing tonight in Minneapolis for the NCAA title.
The council is expected to vote next week on what the future will look like at the former Ford site in Highland Park.
For years, District Energy St. Paul has been phasing out its use of coal to heat buildings downtown, in Energy Park and in Duluth. On…
The 4-2 vote by the City Council shows split over riverfront homes.
In the shadow of Allianz Field, local pastors ponder the future of anti-poverty programs.
Mayor Melvin Carter parachuted onto Harriet Island to spread the news.
Black ice accomplished what years of online, big box competition couldn't.
City Council incumbents seek party endorsement.
Commissioners want denser housing than the 35 homes Ryan Cos. wants to build along Mississippi River Boulevard.
After months of planning, the Minneapolis-based developer said a "public-private partnership" is needed. The money would go toward infrastructure, green space, a stream-like water feature and 760 units of affordable housing.
Toni Preckwinkle's passion for politics and public service was sparked while she was a top student at Washington High School.
Lancer Hospitality is the fourth company in the spot since 2015.
Performance in Macalester-Groveland neighborhood brings to life a painful racist incident from the 1920s.
St. Paul program offers landlords a break to keep rents from spiking.
College had proposed tax-exempt bonds to buy Central Midway building.
Snow emergencies and delays in clearing streets yield gripes and self-help.
More than 30 people rushed in to help residents of the Edgerton Hi-Rise.
Ryan Cos. scaled back density plan, needs city leaders to OK changes.
The suit demands that St. Paul officials respect thousands of signatures on an anti-trash plan petition and put it to a citywide vote.
Settlement sets guidelines for church's drop-in site in St. Paul neighborhood.
With new collection system under fire, St. Paul swears its chip isn't collecting data.
“Not in Our Neighborhood!,” a play about the racism faced by a black couple who tried to move to a white St. Paul neighborhood…
Criminal justice professor said he was frustrated by disagreement with mayor.
Tapping TIF reduces developers' costs and gives them more incentive to invest in an area.
Want proof that longtime volunteer Lori Koutsky is dedicated to the St. Paul Winter Carnival? She’s flying back from Palm Springs and its 75-degree temps…
First, the white St. Paul residents tried to talk William T. Francis out of moving to their neighborhood. When he refused to comply, the whites…
North End resident's corner cabinet helps feed neighbors in need.
The store that operated near the Capitol for 55 years closes Sunday.
Even before getting a new heart in June 2015, Elizabeth Sammons decided to open it to those less fortunate. The 34-year-old Lonsdale woman, who was…
Caretaker is stepping down after 50 years caring for the 250-acre lakeside cemetery.
City ordinance prohibits bars from being within 300 feet of a school.
Neighbors in St. Paul remember Michael A. "Bones" Hartzell as a man who gave much, though he had very little.
St. Paul residents stand on the cusp of amnesty for library late fees.On Wednesday, the St. Paul City Council is set to approve the library…
Dispute had focused on limiting number of guests.
The still-unfunded project called the "Spur" will come up for discussion at the City Council on Wednesday.
To longtime residents, "Bones" was Rice Street's heart and soul, its de facto caretaker for more than 40 years.
Starting at 4 p.m. Friday, the market will feature more than 35 holiday vendors selling food, drink and locally made and imported items.
Residents resisted being required to submit doctor's note, plane ticket or other evidence.
It is part of a long-term goal of housing all freshmen and sophomores on campus.
By throwing open their homes — and hearts — these Twin Cities women have learned that the best way to expand their world is by welcoming young people from around the globe into it.
Officials said they will find temporary housing for anyone who wants it.
St. Paul residents frustrated by the new system wanted a chance to vote on it in 2019.
Growing German Immersion School and its neighbors are at odds over the fate of the former St. Andrew's church.
The move is popular with neighbors, business owners and city officials.
Gidget Bailey wants to relocate from Rice Street and the North End: "It just gets worse and worse."
Jewish Community Center in St. Paul finds a new life with a $15 million remake.
Thousands of tons of debris were removed and workers built a new gabion wall alongside the sandstone cliff that abuts the street.
Neighbors say the city had promised a larger park and is wasting an opportunity.
It's the first time in St.Paul's 177-year history that residents are required to hire someone to cart away their trash. And it has sparked a popular uprising.
Advocates want a referendum on the two-week-old garbage collection service.
St. Paul drops one organized trash pickup ordinance in answer to critics' petition.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter joins Police Chief Todd Axtell in denying Jessica Kingston's allegations.
St. Paul's biggest redevelopment opportunity in generations comes with new housing density, too.
Sweeping vision was arrived at following community listening sessions over the past several months and a lot of work, officials say.
The carnival is slated to return to Rice Park in 2020
As a new organized trash collection system begins in St. Paul, some are still working out the details.
Ex-FBI agent will answer sheriff's harsh critique of kidnapping investigation.
The petition drive will not head off the city's new trash collection system before it begins Monday.
Ryan Cos. hosted the third public meeting about its upcoming development in St. Paul.
A task force formed to find missing 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling in 1989 wasted time chasing far-flung leads and listening to psychics rather than tracking compelling evidence close to home, Don Gudmundson said.
Stearns County sheriff said there were critical missteps in the first weeks and months of the 1989 kidnapping of Jacob Wetterling
River Valley Church, founded in 1995, makes the former music school its 10th campus worldwide.
City officials say most new trash bins have been delivered for organized collection to start on time.
Council members said more time is needed.
Summit Hill homeowners say more time is needed to study the proposal.
Golden Thyme a catalyst for Selby Avenue revival.
For the hundreds of people each year who receive free bicycles from Mr. Michael Recycles Bicycles, it feels pretty magical.
A replica of a Chinese pavilion adds a quiet vibe to shore of Lake Phalen
Vote on a proposed settlement agreement between the city and Jessica Kingston is scheduled for Wednesday.
The idea is to encourage families who have stayed away because of accumulated fines to return to the library and the worlds that it opens.
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