Innovation cabinet to host networking event

Newly formed group to host "Conversations of Innovation" Tuesday.

8 80 founder to visit school, park in St. Paul

February 13
Urban planner to hear how St. Paul is putting his principles into action.

St. Paul Frozen Film Festival to open Wednesday

January 31
Winter Carnival event to kick off during Cinco Night in Rice Park.
East Metro
June 13
The life and times of a lifeguard at the busy Como Pool. Lifeguard Ke...

Heated opening day at Como Pool has some neighbors asking for more security

Police visits, rowdy youths bring calls for more security; city says staff did just fine.
East Metro
April 6

New Minnesota History Center exhibit explores WWI's impact on America

The exhibit's developer called the war's impact on the U.S. "a push-pull phenomenon," ahead of the 100th anniversary of America's entry into it.
East Metro
March 31

St. Paul plan for Ford site could boost water flow over Hidden Falls

Planners want a stream to be a central part of a remade Ford site.
East Metro
March 3

Woodbury police body cameras are almost ready to roll

The city is expecting the devices to arrive shortly, when a pilot program will be launched.
East Metro
January 24

St. Paul native pours time and energy into Frozen Film Festival

Joe Ruiz's passion for film and his hometown fuels a newer feature of St. Paul celebration.
Variety
January 13

Como Dockside lures wintertime customers with games, movies

St. Paul city officials expected 2016 total revenue to be $2 million, of which $200,000 went to the city in rent. But winter is another story.
East Metro
December 21, 2016

St. Paul's Central Station area kicks off a year of pop-up events

Pop-up events aim to bring vitality to Green Line Central Station.
East Metro
December 4, 2016

Business property owners sue St. Paul over right of way assessments

Corner property owners say fees unfair; city examining system.
Local
November 18, 2016

With season's first winter storm moving in, Ramsey County says "Get a Kit."

A car survival kit is recommended for winter driving in Minnesota.
East Metro
November 15, 2016
Site of the former Ford Assembly Plant in St. Paul.

St. Paul leaders share idyllic vision of future for Ford site

City planners sketched out early ideas for variety of trails, housing and transportation.
Local
November 10, 2016

Want to rent the Harriet Island Pavilion?

Permit lottery for Wigington Pavilion scheduled for December 1.
East Metro
November 7, 2016
Can Can Wonderland, featuring an artist-designed 18-hole mini golf course, and programs to connect diverse residents, received $75,000 to increase vibrancy in St. Paul's Creative Enterprise Zone. Levi Houkom, the project manager for the mini gold area of Can Can Wonderland, worked on the course on June 16, 2016.

Knight Foundation gives $640,000 to St. Paul projects

The Knight Foundation funds nine projects that promote growth and civic engagement.
Local
October 31, 2016

SPNN to show Hmong documentary

"The First Wave" chronicles the first Hmong pioneers to St. Paul.
East Metro
October 22, 2016

Tiny St. Paul museum is gaining larger audience

Cabinet-size exhibit space in St. Paul seeks to spread support for the arts.
St. Paul
October 17, 2016

Neighborhood volunteers call the frogs back to St. Paul's Frogtown

FrogLab aims to bring frogs back to area they once called home.
East Metro
October 3, 2016

At Vento nature sanctuary, a push for interpretive center

Advocates make case for Wakan Tipi at St. Paul nature sanctuary.
St. Paul
September 26, 2016

St. Paul brings discussion and treats to residents with Pop Up Meeting

Using a little red van and some creativity, Pop Up Meeting ensures more people in St. Paul are heard.
Local
September 23, 2016

Bowhunters to again help thin deer population in Ramsey County parks

Hunters will be in eight county parks in October and November.
East Metro
September 20, 2016

Amtrak announces easier bike storage for cyclists traveling by train

Forget the box. Amtrak has new baggage-car racks on most all routes.
St. Paul
September 20, 2016

Project connects St. Paul neighbors by moving them to their front yards

The Friendly Front Yards Project encourages neighbors to step from the back yard to the front yard and become more neighborly.