The mayor’s plan is aimed at driving more long-term parkers into downtown ramps — and freeing up street spaces for drivers who come to the city to shop, dine and attend events.
A new study finds the turnout percentage of registered voters age 65 and older was 10 times higher for those age 18-34.
St. Paul’s interest in hosting a Major League Soccer stadium didn’t begin after Minneapolis missed an alleged July 1 deadline — but at least two and a half months earlier.
Coleman met with United’s owner, Bill McGuire, on May 21. The meeting ended with an understanding that if stadium talks fail in Minneapolis, they would talk again.
The Trust for Public Lands has named Minneapolis and St. Paul co-equals at the top of a list of America’s best parks.
Asked to name their biggest accomplishment in office, the men rebuffed the opportunity to brag, instead giving credit to residents — and those who held the job before them.
The sale of part of the old store not only means the building will once again house retail — but that the St. Paul Port Authority might get out of the project without losing money.
State of the City Address remarks of Mayor Chris Coleman as prepared for delivery Thursday, April 16, 2015.
WCCO-TV captured the St. Paul mayor trying out the Crashed Ice Course for the fourth year in a row.
St. Paul has a new Public Works director, someone who took an unusual path to the position.
A look at the issues that drove the conversation about urban affairs and public policy in the Twin Cities in 2014.
Lantry announced last week that she would not run for re-election to the council seat she has held since 1998, though she hasn’t ruled out a run for mayor in 2017.
The proposal would provide four weeks of paid leave to birth mothers and two weeks to “non-birthing” parents. Employees who adopt children would be given two weeks of paid leave.
Eighteen months after Macy’s announced it was abandoning downtown, reality is setting in: the store’s old building isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
In Minneapolis and St. Paul, a tale of two separate — and really similar — budget speeches.
A Q&A with St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman on his 2015 budget: “People are very excited about what is going on in the city.”
Time is running short, but a panel of urban notables failed to come up with more than abstract ideas to chew on.
Grewing had been chief of staff to Mayor Chris Coleman, who then named her City Attorney. She’ll fill the deputy mayor role while Coleman finds a permanent replacement for Paul Williams.
A Sunday story about the mayor’s first 100 days said she’d spent a fifth of her time traveling. Her office claims the Strib was too high by four work days. And then there’s that picture.
Tim Marx explains why his organization and Mayor Chris Coleman abruptly dropped a plan to relocate the center that serves the needy.