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Wendell O Ward (a longtime Frogtowner known to his fans as “WOW”) is generally a happy guy. But this year a little patch of dirt, just about 40 feet square, has made him even happier. … more
    Ways to add housing density throughout St. Paul, without dramatically changing community character, are goals for zoning amendments going to the St. Paul City Council for a … more
A seasonal skate park has been open at Dayton’s Bluff Rec Center (800 Conway St.). It opened in May with a celebration by community partners and Dayton’s Bluff Elementary School students … more
“We will never betray those who marched for us, fought for us, lived for us, died for us. We are the children and grandchildren of their struggles, and we will be worthy of their … more
Aug. 28, 2023, marked the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. On Aug. 28, 1963, thousands gathered to lift their voices for justice. They envisioned a society where the … more
Summer break came and went quickly! Hundreds of students stayed connected to Como through unique experiences ranging from educational trips out of state to athletic team trainings on campus. Some … more
Dakota children's book authors and illustrators at Bde Psín (Lake Hiawatha, 701 E. 44th St., Minneapolis, 55406) on Sept. 23 from 9:30-11:30a.m. outside the recreation center. Reading … more
Omar Syed files in Ward 1 Omar Syed, candidate for Saint Paul City Council in Ward 1, is bringing his lifelong leadership experience to represent his neighbors and community as a city council member. … more
Citywide drop-off  on Sept. 16 The city partners with local district councils to organize annual citywide drop-off events for residents to properly dispose of large refuse items and … more
MAUREEN HARTMAN Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter has named Maureen Hartman as the next Director of the Saint Paul Public Library. Maureen joined the Library in 2017, serving as the Deputy Director … more
How do our elections work and why are they are fair and accurate? Skim this resource or dig into specific aspects/issues for a deeper dive. Go to Elections 411   more
League of Women Voters MN does not invite judicial candidates to participate in the Vote411 Voter’s Guide due to the number of candidates across the state and associated administrative costs. … more
The following candidate forums are being held: • 1% Sales Tax Forum, Sept. 18, 6:30-8 p.m., online. The UPDC Committee on Land Use and Economic Development in partnership with the League of … more
Councilwoman Mitra Jalali proudly filed again to continue representing the neighborhoods of Merriam Park, Union Park, Raymond-University, Saint Anthony Park, Hamline-Midway, and parts of Como and … more
In our readership are, the following are on the ballot for St. Paul City Council: Ward 1: Anika Bowie, Yan Chen, Travis Helkamp James Lo, Lucky … more
Aug. 1 First day to file affidavits of candidacy for cities and school districts without the potential of a primary. Aug. 15 Last day to … more
St. Paul employs ranked-choice voting in all municipal elections. Ranked-choice voting (RCV) is a method of voting where you can choose up to three candidates in the order of your preference. You are … more
TMC Publications CO. offers space for candidates to announce their candidacy with a free announcement and photo as a public service. We will also be printing a voter's guide in collaboration with the … more
Eighty years ago, a center for year-round fun was repurposed for the World War II wartime effort. The original Minnesota State Fair Hippodrome and nearby structures that housed livestock at fair time … more
Long-awaited redevelopment of the area around Allianz Field could get underway soon. Getting shovels in the ground requires several steps, which are under review by Hamline Midway Coalition and Union … more
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