If a save-the-fireworks effort doesn't come together this year, Grand Old Day Anyway plans to return the donations and try again in 2020.
After homeowners challenged street assessments, the City Council slashed many bills. But some say the system remains unfair.
They said the NAACP and community members must ask for changes to police oversight in St. Paul.
Ramsey County's Safe Space will likely be ready in August and provide 64 beds year-round.
The grants focused on youth-related projects and programs.
The victim said he was asked why he was in the U.S.
Corey Buerke died after a large object fell on him Tuesday at Phalen Regional Park.
The City Council approved the 2040 Comprehensive Plan unanimously.
Timeline is tight, but fundraising is doable, they insist. The effort needs to raise more than $100,000 in just a few days
Linwood Monroe Arts Plus to drop name of President James Monroe.
For six straight hours, people in St. Paul smiled when they talked about garbage.
St. Paul arts school plans to drop name of slave-owning president.
Tou Cha's lawyer says the Ramsey County Attorney's Office should have told him a probe of the five St. Paul officers was happening as he was negotiating a plea deal for his client.
Axtell criticized for discussing details of officer firings
When the city booted them from a vacant lot, vendors took their complaints to Facebook.
St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell declined to go into specifics about the incident, citing data privacy laws. He called it "an ugly day in our department's history."
A public square where sheep once grazed, park's transformation is complete
St. Paul Port Authority seeks to issue $10M in bonds to buy Hillcrest.
The bike and pedestrian extension into St. Paul would refashion an existing railroad bridge at a likely cost of $7.4 million to $27.5 million.
For the next 30 days, St. Paul planners will accept public comments regarding the Ford site redevelopment’s potential impact on the surrounding environment. Called an…