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This past semester, I worked as an intern with Frogtown Green, a neighborhood organization I’d never heard of before September. I’m a Bethel University senior, majoring in English and … more
A long-awaited Frogtown redevelopment project is awaiting final action from the St. Paul City Council. The council, by administrative order, is to designate up to $949,500 in federal Community … more
NEW DIRECTOR AT BELL MUSEUM The College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) at the University of Minnesota is pleased to announce Holly Menninger as the new executive … more
HEAR Ray Barnard DEC. 7 The Keystone Musical Heritage Series continues with a performance by Ray Barnard and his fine band Thursday, Dec. 7 from 6:30-7:45 p.m. at the West 7th Community Center, … more
Como Park High School, in conjunction with the St. Paul Public Schools and funding from the federal government, initiated the Marine Corps JROTC program 28 years ago. Since 1995, thousands of Como … more
Thanks to everyone who participated in our work in the Como Neighborhood in 2023. By the numbers, D10 published 52 Friday Newsletters in 2023, held 57 hybrid monthly board and committee meetings with … more
Siobhan George is the new owner and director of the Saint Paul-based Rince na Chroi Irish Dancers (312 Hamline Ave. N). George had served as the school’s interim director since February after … more
When 2024 “truth in taxation” notices start hitting mailboxes Nov. 11 and 24, St. Paul home owners could see a break. That’s even if their values increase. Property tax shifts and … more
A new high school program brings professionals from high-demand industries into the classroom for project-based learning and case studies. Called 3DE by Junior Achievement, all ninth-grade students … more
During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a Minnesota judge ordered a victim to jail for not forcing her daughter to see her father. Dani* was ordered to serve 30 days in jail on Oct. 2, 2023 or … more
Arnée Martin wanted 100 rejections.  “The worst they can say is no,” Martin said.  As an artist applying for grants and scholarships, the TikTok trend of … more
With a whirlwind of color, choreography and music, the South Asian Arts & Theater House (SAATH) brought the stage to life with a recent performance at the Cowles Center (528 Hennepin Ave.) to … more
St. Paul’s five-year streets plan for 2024-2028 has some mixed news for those who walk, bike and drive in the city. While some area projects are penciled in, others continue to face delays. … more
Neighbors may see dirt flying near Allianz Field soon, if work isn’t underway already this fall. Construction of a new all-abilities playground and sculpture park at the southeast corner of … more
On a recent afternoon, Megan Maiers marched into Our Village, a community garden near her Frogtown home. In her hands was a small container filled with ordinary, leftover food scraps. … more
“Your children need your presence more than your presents.” Jesse Jackson   “Let us imagine care of the soul, then, as an application of poetics to everyday … more
SPPS SUPERINTENDENT HONORED The Minnesota Association of School Administrators (MASA) has named Dr. Joe Gothard, Superintendent of Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS), the 2024 Minnesota … more
CRANKSGIVING NOV. 18 Cranksgiving is a food drive where folks ride bicycles from store to store and purchase items to donate to a local food program. Participants on Saturday, Nov. 18 can choose … more
A talented and dedicated senior class led the Cougars to the Section 4AAA Final for a second consecutive season. While the Cougars lost the championship match, the back-to-back section runner-up … more
News from Hamline Elementary We had a wonderful first month at Hamline Elementary as we welcomed our staff, students, and families back into the building. Teachers have been taking advantage of … more
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