Saint Paul looks at solutions to rising festival security costs

Finding ways to defray costs while keeping community festivals and other civic events safe is a balancing act these days for Saint Paul officials, police and event organizers. City Council members discussed ideas on April 20 on how to help…

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Names in the News February 8, 2022

The Saint Paul Roy Wilkins Chapter of the NAACP recently presented Outstanding Servant Leadership Awards to Saint Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell, Golden Thyme Coffee and Cafe co-owners Mychael and Stephanie Wright, Hallie Q. Brown executive director Jonathan Palmer and…

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City workers face COVID vaccine mandate

More than two months after the City Council requested one, Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced on October 21 a new policy mandating that every city employee be vaccinated against COVID-19 by December 31. The vaccine policy is one of…

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News Briefs October 28, 2020

Residential garbage rates to rise around $7 in Saint Paul next year Residents of single-family to four-unit dwellings in Saint Paul will pay about $7 more a year for garbage service in 2021, according to a report presented to the…

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Balancing the books

Saint Paul Library facing $1.3M reduction in its 2021 budget By Jane McClure Patrons of the Saint Paul Public Library will likely see fewer hours of service in 2021 as a result of a proposed $1.3 million cut to the…

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