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Two Frogtown moms have stepped forward to help their neighbors get enough good, healthy food to eat.
If re-elected, Rebecca Noecker will be the council's most experienced member.
Police say persistent traffic issues, litter prompted action against Feeding St. Paul.
Sheila Leventhal started at Cecil's peeling and dicing potatoes as an 8-year-old. The 82-year-old is still there every day, alongside her grandkids.
Candidates have wide-ranging backgrounds, priorities.
Maureen Hartman says she's "a library person."
Rondo Community Land Trust to make Golden Thyme a cooperative engine for Black innovation.
Meet the geologist-turned-TV host who connects the Vikings to the Knights Templar and the Founding Fathers
Scott Wolter never intended to become so controversial.
Officials had worried ramps would take up too much space in the St Paul landmark. An architect says they won't.
Sweet Martha has been churning out her cookies since 1979.
Mahmoud Shahin said officials have been unwilling to consider his concerns about light poles and electrical boxes in front of his restaurant.
Despite health challenges, Barbara Metzger is itching to get back into the fight.
Officials say repairs were delayed because the elevator contractor needed to manufacture a part.
St. Paul City Council President Amy Brendmoen is gauging the public's appetite for an expanded and renovated dining and entertainment venue.
Geraldine Byrne Nason visited the Twin Cities for the first time.
After years as a radio and podcast host, TD Mischke has written a book about the enduring power of winter.
Lee Nelson has made a career of connecting the capital city to the world through the Mississippi River.
The event, started in 1984, has goals beyond positive relationships between communities and police. It seeks to help forge neighborhood camaraderie.
Union members are hoping to prod Mayor Melvin Carter back to the table for — among other things — increased staffing levels.
Meet the St. Paul restaurant vet bringing connection — and a killer breakfast bowl — to Cathedral Hill
Michael Noyes learned to cook, wait tables and run the business at restaurants across St. Paul.
The St. Paul City Council voted 6-0 to approve the teams' move to new stadiums 2 miles south of campus.
A group of property owners questioned assessments, fairness of the district that they previously asked to join.
Ashley Borud oversees a team of about two dozen who aim to make downtown more welcoming.
Andy Rodriguez is developing a reputation for listening — and responding — to the community.
Through a Facebook page, LeeAnn Larson connects struggling community members with those who can help.
The former Hillcrest Golf Course will become the Heights.
Crutchfield worked to expand opportunities for physicians of color, improve patient care and fight fear and misinformation about medical conditions.
Noel Nix wants to find ways to help the helpers.
"Fiercely independent" Adam Swanson, 19, first dreamed of the ambitious trip at age 10.
A 72-year-old man drowned Saturday in a residential swimming pool in Minnetonka, the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office reported Sunday.The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office identified…
Temps could reach 95 on Monday, the National Weather Service said, with the weather a little cooler on the holiday.
After high school, Ron Anderson had no idea what he wanted to do with his life. Forty years later, he helps keep downtown humming.
The recently sold Kamp's Food Market has been open 365 days a year since its owners took it over as newlyweds.
Pat Owen volunteers to beautify Como Park.
The governor and mayor were among those insisting history should not be hidden.
Many want to rebuild the deconstructed cottage in the W. 7th St. neighborhood.
Julian Loscalzo says this year's Bleacher Bums Ballpark Tour is his last. Maybe.
Michael Houston has spent 19 years at Harding Senior High School.
St. Paul native was longest-serving Capitol employee ever.
Neighbors pressed their case for a coffee shop. The attorneys responded.
The attorney general and management company have been sparring for years over allegations of unpaid wages.
Lawsuit seeks to save Hamline Midway Library building, alleging the city's plan to replace it violates environmental laws.
The festival is expected to return in 2024 after a yearslong hiatus.
The money is expected to kickstart road and bridge construction, fund more than 50 nonprofit organizations and launch upgrades to parks and community sports centers.
Martin Ludden, executive director of SPNN since 2017, is stepping down this month.
The program supplies new affordable housing while teaching trades to high school students.
Lee Adams is more than an announcer. His job is to entertain.
Repeated burglaries and break-ins have left business owners frustrated.
Officials say parked rigs are a danger. Drivers say the ban will hurt business.
Don't worry, dentists — the Tooth Fairy Candy Store offers toothbrushes and floss, too.
Commercial properties in the downtown improvement district pay assessments for cleaning and safety services.
It's been nearly 50 years since the school closed, but its M Club continues helping new generations of St. Paul students forge their futures.
John Hoeschen has owned St. Paul Corner Drug since 1997.
Preservationists have found that a listing on the National Register of Historic Places is not enough to prevent loss. They keep fighting.
Organizers tout new and continuing sponsorships for revival of 50-year festival.
"Almanac" producer Brendan Henehan is retiring from Twin Cities Public Television.
Port Authority picks housing developers, first light-industrial employer.
Model Cities is providing the funding to purchase the former Wilder Foundation site.
Camila Gadotti is the new chairwoman of Crime Stoppers of Minnesota.
Longtime St. Paul Jaycees art show now run by COMPAS, which hopes to expand it metrowide.
With her sister and her niece, Milissa Silva carries forward the restaurant and market her parents started in 1979.
The Parks and Recreation Commission heard from supporters and opponents of the plan to install a separated bike trail along the corridor.
Anthony Walsh wrote the children's book "Hockey Is for Everybody."
St. Paul officials say elevators that provide access to the gardens have been a problem for years.
Despite unsuccessful runs for mayor and City Council, Tom Goldstein keeps pushing for accountability.
Members of St. Paul Mayor Carter's staff involved in St. Patrick's Day altercation at ramen restaurant
No one was arrested in the incident at Tori Ramen on W. 7th Street.
While not as dramatic as during the pandemic, more people are still moving out of the core counties.
Tony Sanneh works to give young people skills, remove barriers.
North Garden Theater on W. 7th Street hosts weddings, graduations and the occasional pop-up performance.
After six years, Martin Ludden said, "It's time to make room for somebody else."
St. Paul officials say Summit Avenue needs to be rebuilt, with new underlying sewer, water, gas and electrical service.
The longtime Robbinsdale teacher was demanding but warm: His students called him "Uncle Neal."
"As a talk show host, I'm not here to preach to you. I'm not here to judge you," Davis said. "I'm just having a conversation with you."
Officials admit they can't keep up with potholes "because nothing's sticking."
Elyse Jensen developed a passion for St. Paul history over a decade of sweat equity.