Reporter | St. Paul and St. Paul Neighborhoods

"A St. Paul native, Walsh lives in St. Paul with his wife and two cats. He has two adult children. He graduated from the College of St. Thomas, where he was named the top journalism graduate by the Society of Professional Journalists, before beginning his career with stops at the Mankato Free Press and the Rochester Post-Bulletin. Walsh has covered local government, local schools, local and federal courts and even spent some time writing about farming and medical technology. A former college football player and semi-pro coach, he enjoys reading history and following the Vikings, Gophers and Tommies.


St. Paul helping small restaurants recover from COVID, civil unrest

St. Paul's Restaurant Resiliency Program designed to help owners that lack the expertise to build an online business.


St. Paul City Council says 'yes' again to Grand Av. project

With the council's 5-2 vote, and barring any new challenges, the $32.5 million development can move forward.


St. Paul's Selby JazzFest gearing up for 20th year

Music festival is back before a live audience for the first time since 2019.


After destruction and controversy, Lloyd's Pharmacy is back in St. Paul

Owner credits local support with helping him rebuild century-old St. Paul store.


St. Paul political strategist Charles 'Chuck' Repke Jr. 'wanted society to do well'

It ended a life lived behind the scenes of campaigns, caucuses and conventions, all with the goal of making St. Paul a better place to live.


St. Paul eyeing public money to spur Midway development

The area surrounding Allianz Field could get a $200 million subsidy under the plan.


Polluted St. Paul golf course could be developed as nation's first carbon-neutral neighborhood

Combining rooftop solar arrays, a geothermal heating and cooling network, energy-efficiency and electric vehicle charging stations, planners at the St. Paul Port Authority envision something quite unique.


Carter's 2022 budget restores St. Paul library cuts

The fixes would rely on short-term federal aid.


Divided St. Paul council OKs Grand Avenue development for Dixie's site

Controversial five-story Dixie's complex gets nod from St. Paul Council


Minnesota's Hmong community celebrates Suni Lee's historic gold medal

"Her victory is all of our victory," was how one person summed it up.