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23 min ago | TwinCities
In a dining rut? Here are 20 places in the Twin Cities that restaurant aficionados should add to their "to-do" lists.
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23 min ago | BroadwayWorld.com
The Time of Your Life, opens at the Camp Bar Cabaret in Saint Paul, on Thursday, May 8th.
1 hr ago | City of Saint Paul
The Gateway Transitway Corridor is under study by Washington County for Light Rail Transit or Bus Rapid Transit from Saint Paul's Union Depot to Manning Avenue on the eastern end of Woodbury, generally running along the I-94 corridor.
5 hrs ago | TwinCities
The growing numbers of multilingual students -- often otherwise known as "English language learners" -- in Minnesota schools are getting attention from educators and lawmakers.
After a string of lawsuits and settlements with students' families and former employees, costs of legal insurance for St. Paul Public Schools jumped almost 280 percent this year.
Sounds like poker night for the boys, but the game is bridge, ladies and gentlemen.
A St. Paul store where Michelle Ploetz was an active presence is collecting donations for the slain 20-year-old woman's infant son.
Writes The Hastings Crazy Quilter: "I believe a touch of creativity can improve almost anything, even commercials.
The story of Superman and its two Jewish creators has been told and retold, but a play being staged in St. Paul takes a fresh tack -- it transports the audience into the mind of Jerry Siegel, one of those creators, as played by Jim Lichtscheidl.
Cook St. Paul is proof that good things come in small packages. The miniscule restaurant -- located in the space that formerly housed Serlin's Cafe in St. Paul's Payne-Phalen neighborhood -- had its soft opening last Thursday and by Saturday, the line was out the door.
A 38-year-old man whose vehicle dropped off a highway exit ramp and onto another car in St. Paul in March died earlier this month.
Robert Street in West St. Paul is slated for a $26.8 million reconstruction. The city initiated the project to revamp the busy state-owned roadway, and has been negotiating the finances with the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
So you think that getting government certification will put your small business on Easy Street? It doesn't exactly work that way, but it can't hurt, according to experts in the field.
St. Paul, Minn. - In the wake of their inability to make any headway against law enforcement objections to a medical marijuana bill, some Minnesota legislators are starting to worry that police and prosecutors are spending too much time at the Capitol protecting and serving their own interests.
Critics of the Gateway Corridor have shared a litany of worries about the proposed transit line during a public comment period that ended this week, but project leaders say they believe that's largely due to unfamiliarity with the plan.