Seven St. Paul libraries will be open later on Tuesday and Thursday evenings starting March 1, Library Director Kit Hadley told members of the City Council Wednesday. Read more →
The city of St. Paul is hoping the private sector will have new ideas improving one of its most basic public services: snow plowing.
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St. Paul has elected its first Hmong-American city council member. Dai Thao is an information technology specialist who’s never run for office before. He won a special election against six other candidates on Monday after the ranked-choice vote count took place. Thao immigrated to the United States with his family 30 years ago. He was Read more →
The St Paul City Council has voted unanimously in favor of local historic designation for the Saint Paul Gas Light Company Island Station. The ordinance is set for consideration for final adoption July 17. At a public hearing Wednesday, nearby residents said the industrial building, unused since 1973, could be a valuable access point to Read more →