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St. Paul teen earns regional Boys & Girls Clubs recognition
Anaa Jibicho was named Boys & Girls Clubs of America Midwest Youth of the Year, earning a $40,000 scholarship.
Dozens gather at former church facing wrecking ball
Many there Sunday were parents and their children who go to the school. But former parishioners came to say goodbye too.
St. Paul architect Mary Colter 'ahead of her time'
It's the 150th anniversary of the birth of "one of the world's best-known unknown architects."
Brooks: St. Paul school to host open house in church it's about to demolish
On the road to reconciliation, Twin Cities German Immersion School invited over the neighbors for one last look inside St. Andrew's Church. But for some, reconciliation can't be rushed.
St. Paul police tie violence, light rail in federal grant request
The federal grant request describes violent crime in neighborhoods near the Green Line.
St. Paul considering zoning change to increase downtown overnight shelters
Amid affordable housing crunch, city officials will consider a zoning change.
St. Paul's Downtown Alliance sees momentum in city's core
The nonprofit has focused on supporting new development and improving the experience of visiting downtown.
Developer seeks $80 million from Ramsey County for St. Paul towers
Riversedge, a dramatic $788 million redevelopment that would include a hotel, luxury housing, retail and office space in four towers, would dramatically change the downtown skyline
Fight to save former St. Paul church from wrecking ball is lost
The Twin Cities German Immersion School is readying a $5.1 million addition to replace the former St. Andrew's Catholic Church.
St. Paul city planning director resigns to return to Concordia
Corrie will serve as an associate vice president and economics professor.
St. Paul school board member won't seek second term
Mary Vanderwert decided to leave the race after failing to win key endorsements.
St. Paul lifeguard rescues 4-year-old from Como wading pool
A St. Paul lifeguard rescued a 4-year-old at Como Pool on Sunday afternoon. The lifeguard pulled the child from a wading pool, and additional staff…
Murder charge filed in shooting of St. Paul mother of three
Jessica Williams broke up with the suspect, kicked him out, charges said.
Group holds tribute to the former Como Park church they tried to save
A temporary restraining order preventing demolition of the 92-year-old building is set to expire at 2 p.m. Monday.
St. Paul moves forward with acquisition of former Hillcrest Golf Club
Port Authority will redevelop former Hillcrest golf club site.
Before 5 officers' firings, St. Paul bar had long police history
The department has filed hundreds of reports related to Checkerbar, owned by a former officer, since it opened a decade ago.
It rained on their parade, but St. Paul's Rondo Days continued
It rained on their parade, but neighbors still turned out for St. Paul's Rondo Days celebration.
Woman is killed in St. Paul, children nearby; suspect held
In a discovery that police called "gut-wrenching," a woman was found dead in a St. Paul house late Friday while two children were found unharmed…
Woman found dead in St. Paul house; two children alive in another room
The children appeared to be physically unharmed. Police the discovery "gut-wrenching."
Science Museum of Minnesota to shut down popular Cell Lab
The museum will close the Cell Lab on Sept. 6.
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Fairview Health will shrink Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul by half
After cutting library fines, St. Paul uses ramp sale to bolster collection
St. Paul Libraries face 2020 cuts just as traffic begins to climb
St. Paul club where father of 5 was killed has history of violence
Woman struck, killed by vehicle in St. Paul
Brooks: Minneapolis artists use 3-D printers to preserve endangered art, architecture
Retired St. Paul cop Melvin Carter Jr. helps young black men rewrite their script
Neal St. Anthony
Freewheel Bike owner plans to ride faster through Penn Cycle acquisition
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