So far, political leaders have been unable to sway the two sides as the musicians and management move oh-so-close to a cliff.
Should there be a new facility at the same site or a new location?
Businesses are checking into the Hamm’s site on St. Paul’s East Side, while artists’ lofts are being built at the Schmidt Brewery on West 7th Street.
The mayors want to show support for Gov. Dayton’s proposal to increase transit spending with a new 0.25% metro sales tax.
Complicating matters is the reality that the orchestra boards include many of the biggest movers and shakers, who fund many community activities.
Gov. Mark Dayton, Sen. Al Franken and Viking Chris Kluwe don’t often appear in the same sentence, but they’re all scheduled to appear in MinnRoast 2013.
After years of feeling like seconds-class cities, St. Paul and Minneapolis officials have hope that his plan would help stabilize their finances … if it gets passed.
Department stores have been fleeing downtowns for the last 40 years.
The mayor spoke about what his constituents want lawmakers and the president to do in the ongoing fiscal dispute.
Over 300 members and friends of MinnPost gathered at Solera to celebrate the 5th anniversary of MinnPost.
WASHINGTON — A group of mayors sent a letter to Congress on Thursday asking lawmakers to call off pending spending cuts.
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman skipped the DNC, saying he’s headed to Italy for a long-planned trip with his wife this weekend.
A YouTube video apparently showing St. Paul police kicking an unarmed, unresisting suspect and smashing the suspect’s head into a police car has led to an investigation.
The city filed an amicus brief as part of a case that will be heard by the state Supreme Court.
In cases involving a steel mill and a restaurant, public officials showed they care about supporting a healthy private sector.
Two solar-powered electric car charging stations were opened today in St. Paul’s Como Park.
In today’s annual State of the City address, the mayor focused on the importance of education and touted development projects.
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman will deliver his seventh State of the City address Monday.
St. Paul’s big St. Patrick’s Day will take a slightly different route Saturday, but Mayor Chris Coleman once again will lead his green-clad clan through downtown.
Coleman met with mayors involved in a program called Strong Cities, Strong Communities.