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By JAN WILLMS Can Can Wonderland, the first arts-based nonprofit in Minnesota, is remodeling and adding space to its location at 755 Prior Ave. Opened in January 2017, the festive venue offers food … more
By MATTHEW DAVIS Even when his team had a 13-0-1 record going into the final week of the boys soccer regular season, St. Paul Central coach David Albornoz didn’t want his team to be satisfied. … more
Community Partner Spotlight: Reading Partners Hamline Elementary is home to the largest Reading Partners program in St. Paul serving nearly 60 students last year. Reading Partners starts with a … more
Como Community Council Special election for Board vacancy set Oct. 16 The Como Community Council is seeking candidates to fill a board vacancy from South Como and Energy Park. Any renter, … more
By STEPHANIE FOX Mitra Jalali Nelson (photo right provided) has been an organizer for grassroots issues most of her adult life. Now, as the newly elected member of St. Paul’s City Council, she says … more
School shuffle means that 19-year-old charter school will open second campus in Como neighborhood next fall By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Higher Ground Academy (HGA) will open a second campus in the Como … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Dr. Deanna Thompson, a professor of religion at Hamline University for 22 years, released her fifth book last month, entitled “Glimpsing Resurrection: Cancer, Trauma, and … more
MN United wins again; City Council approves 5-year permit despite objection by both local community councils By JANE MCCLURE Two interim parking lots, with fewer than 200 spaces in all, can be built … more
Shoreline buffers help to capture stormwater runoff from roofs, driveways, and parking lots in the fully built-out watershed that feeds Como Lake. The tall-growing native plants reduce shoreline … more
By JAN WILLMS Retired mechanical engineer Peter Truitt, a Hamline Midway resident, has been concerned about the recent immigration policy of this country. “For the last two months, the issues in … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN For the second year in a row, Hamline Midway’s St. Paul Ballet offered a community master class in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of America. The annual summer … more
Compiled by ERIC ERICKSON, Social Studies Teacher • Como Academy of Finance (AOF) students were busy over the summer. 60 AOF students had professional internships, an accomplishment made possible … more
By JANE MCCLURE Pawn America can return Pawn American can return to its former location, the St. Paul City Council decided Aug. 1. That’s despite objections from several neighbors who think the … more
By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director Auto break-ins drive increase in Como area crime rate A soaring number of car thefts and car break-ins drove up crime in District 10 by 25 percent in the first … more
By JANE MCCLURE Neighborhood parking funds repurposed for pedestrians Four years after Green Line light rail began operations, dollars once eyed for commercial parking will be redirected to pay … more
By JESSICA KOPP Hello, neighbors, you are all invited to the 5th Annual Hamline Elementary Fall Festival on Sat., Oct. 6, from 12-4:30pm on the fields next to the school. Photo right: Last year … more
By CARRIE POMEROY The months of September and October offer plenty of reasons to stop by the Hamline Midway Library at 1558 W. Minnehaha Ave. You can find great programs, Internet access, portable … more
By JANE MCCLURE As area neighborhoods’ residential home values continue to bounce back from the 2008 recession, St. Paul neighborhoods are seeing mixed results as the 2019 property tax picture … more
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