The current plan is the culmination of 10 years of work by the city of St. Paul, Ford, state environmental agencies and regional economic development groups. Not everybody is happy with it.
Emails released to MinnPost under a public records request show a process designed to sidestep Minnesota’s open meetings law.
The council also adopted the city’s 2016 budget, and altered an earlier resolution to ban Donald Trump from the city. Now he’s just condemned.
Among other things, the new laws would allow for an increase in the number of restaurants that could offer hard liquor.
The move would help the organization serve more people. But there are questions — zoning questions, parking questions, safety questions. Nimby questions.
Nobody wanted another stadium war — to have one city played off against another yet again. But five months after Minnesota was awarded an MLS franchise, that’s exactly what we’ve got.
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 total of seven buildings, dating from 1886 to 1979, will be demolished in downtown St. Paul over the next 13 months to pave way for new developments.
Minneapolis is set to approve a similar ordinance change on June 5, but its implementation will come sooner, with sales likely beginning on June 14.
A remark made by a team official during a public forum earlier this month gave life to a rumor that a frustrated a ownership group is considering St. Paul as a host.
What is otherwise known as Flag Day may come to commemorated another way, at least by beer lovers in Minneapolis: Growler Sunday.
In his 10th State of the City speech, Coleman touted St. Paul’s accomplishments — while also lamenting the region’s failure to offer equal opportunities for all of its residents.
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.
Minnesota Sex Offender Program comes under fire from experts about how it treats those who committed offenses as juveniles.
There are at least three Mississippi Rivers running through the Twin Cities, each with its own set of peculiarities and idiosyncrasies.
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.
The K-12 academy in St. Paul has twice been named one of the best high schools in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
With paid ads falling, circulation is more important to newspapers than ever. But executives who launched the Star Tribune’s incursion into St. Paul Pioneer Press territory 25 years ago would find a very familiar map today.
Come June, reporter John Brewer will tool around the Twin Cities looking for news — but in a different way, his editors insist.
Though digital sales and pageviews are up, publisher Guy Gilmore says tacking a quarter onto the weekday paper hurt circulation numbers.