St. Paul Teacher Joins Hall of Fame, Recognized for Outstanding Work in Youth Service

Keystone Community Services is proud to announce that one of our staff, Ed Steinhauer, was inducted into the Youth Intervention Hall of...

Celebrating the West End Business Climate

by Jerry Rothstein President Kent Petterson and other board...

When the Gangsters Ruled St. Paul

by David LambA century ago, the “Public Enemy Number One,” the leader of the group whose members J. Edgar Hoover called “the toughest...

There’s a lot of common ground around gun sense

By Marit BrockThe debate around the role of guns in our culture often happens right in our...

A Pastor of Love Retires from a Church that Loves Him

Father John Clay, well known in the West Seventh area and beyond, is retiring after 44 years...

Reaching the People through Economic Development

by John Hottinger Dr. Bruce Corrie, the City of St. Paul’s Planning and Economic Development Director, brings a rich and varied background which fits...

Why do people still need a food shelf?

Letter to the Editor Over the past few months, supporters have asked me this question: With low unemployment rates...

Our West End Neighbors — Being Careful, Caring and Creative

Although the onset of COVID-19 has not changed everything in our lives, with its continuing spread it has become...