To help public beat heat, St. Paul expanding rec center, library and pool hours

Residents urged to visit stpaul.gov for more information.

Highland Fest this weekend

July 15
Annual free festival opens Saturday.

St. Paul to conduct sewer safety testing

July 1
Crews to start tests with simulated smoke on Tuesday July 5.
Local
June 14

Como will be "Blooming Butterflies" this weekend

Popular exhibit opens Friday.
Local
June 14

More music at a pair of St. Paul parks

Summer concert season continues with free music offerings.
Local
June 9

St. Paul pools, beaches open Saturday

The unofficial start of summer is here.
St. Paul
May 16

St. Paul's Frogtown Farm springs into its second year

St. Paul's urban farm and park enters its second year with plans to harvest food for thousands.
Local
May 13

St. Paul seeks community input on long-term development plan

City officials are asking what people cherish and what they would change about St. Paul as they begin to update the city's comprehensive plan.
St. Paul
May 10
Former Jax Building tenants and Lowertown arts supporters held a wake Friday.

Artists mourn St. Paul's Jax Building, creative Lowertown vibe

The former warehouse that has housed artists' studios since 1977 has been sold for redevelopment. The city and the nonprofit Artspace are helping displaced artists find new space nearby.
Local
April 28

St. Paul to host annual Holocaust memorial event Friday

Efforts to save Jewish children from the Nazis will be remembered and discussed.
Local
April 28

Summer flower show and moth photo exhibit to open Saturday at Como

Both exhibits are free to the public.
Local
April 26

Summit-University council seeking cleanup volunteers

Work to focus on the north side of I-94 this Saturday.
Local
April 26

Summit-University council seeking cleanup volunteers

Work to focus on the north side of I-94 this Saturday.
Local
April 19

Citywide Spring cleanup Saturday

Citywide volunteer project has been going for 30 years.
Local
April 13

A St. Paul Cathedral connection to Joan of Arc

Stone in altar dedicated to French Canadians from castle where young woman was held prisoner.
Local
April 6

Knight Foundation seeking young innovators

Emerging City Champions Fellowship accepting applications from young civic innovators in the 26 communities where Knight invests.
East Metro
April 3
Historian Jim Sazevich held an old photo of the Hope Engine Company No. 3 firehouse in front of the building. — which dates back to 1872.

Plans to raze old St. Paul firehouse mobilize history-minded neighborhood

City's oldest municipal building could be torn down for new hotel.
Local
March 29

Public Art Saint Paul names new city artist

Aaron Dysart starts his new job in April.
Local
March 17

Stop For Me seeks to improve St. Paul crosswalk safety

Pedestrian safety demonstrations to take place Thursday.
Local
March 15

Neighbors weigh in on soccer stadium plans... it's about the traffic

Many voiced questions and concerns about what 20,000 enthusiastic soccer fans will mean for Midway neighborhood streets.
Local
March 9

St. Paul officials debate how to attract more police chief applicants

The City Council may reopen the application process to get more candidates.
Local
March 8

City to host open house on Snelling-Midway plans

March 15 open house to feature a draft master site plan for 34.5 acres of the Midway-Snelling neighborhood.
Local
March 8

The Hill names new executive director

James J. Hill Center selects Tamara Prato to lead century-old organization.