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St. Paul Public Libraries are now fine free! We no longer charge overdue fines on items that are returned late, and we have forgiven all previous overdue fines.
At the Federation’s Dec. 10 meeting, the Board approved supporting a request for a variance at 178 Goodrich for a new garage. The Board heard a presentation about the Pedestrian Plan by Fay Simer, City of St. Paul Public Works; (read the plan at stpaul.gov/walking). Mike Lovas, City of St. Paul Emergency Management, presented what his department...
How do I know if my stress is becoming too much to handle on my own?
It’s been a busy year indeed. We’ve worked hard to make neighborhoods safer by reducing speed limits on Cesar Chavez and Wabasha and installing pedestrian safety infrastructure on West Seventh St. and Grand Ave.
The Oneida Scholarships are presented each year by Keystone Community Services to West Seventh residents who need help with their post-secondary education.
Our regional, county and city governments are challenging us as citizens in many ways to become engaged in a creative effort of imagining what kind of community we want to have in the decades ahead.
by Kent Petterson, Becky Yust Transit improvements are important for our community. The Boards of the Fort Road Federation and the West 7th Business Association established a Joint Riverview Task Force in June 2018 in response to the differing views of transit improvement between Ramsey County and the City of St. Paul with our...
What it could be: the restored building shows its Greek Revival style.