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Neighbors in St. Paul remember Michael A. "Bones" Hartzell as a man who gave much, though he had very little.
St. Paul residents stand on the cusp of amnesty for library late fees.On Wednesday, the St. Paul City Council is set to approve the library…
Dispute had focused on limiting number of guests.
The still-unfunded project called the "Spur" will come up for discussion at the City Council on Wednesday.
To longtime residents, "Bones" was Rice Street's heart and soul, its de facto caretaker for more than 40 years.
Starting at 4 p.m. Friday, the market will feature more than 35 holiday vendors selling food, drink and locally made and imported items.
Residents resisted being required to submit doctor's note, plane ticket or other evidence.
It is part of a long-term goal of housing all freshmen and sophomores on campus.
By throwing open their homes — and hearts — these Twin Cities women have learned that the best way to expand their world is by welcoming young people from around the globe into it.
Officials said they will find temporary housing for anyone who wants it.