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A local trash hauler is under fire after St. Paul Park residents complained about its poor service.
Police say suspects are involved in metro-wide ring of Target thefts,
Post-secondary education is a far-fetched wish for some, especially when language and inadequate funding pose as barriers. However, the Cottage Grove Business Enterprise Center’s newest tenant is looking to bridge that gap for new immigrants and low-income families and bring their desire for higher learning within arm’s reach. American Nursing and Technical Institute, the venture of Cottage Grove resident Khadija Zeig, is expected to open its doors this spring to nursing assistant and emergency medical technician certificate programs.
Eleven kids at local day care started a lemonade stand and raised money for Officer Scott Patrick Memorial Fund.
City administrator pushes for $8,000 pay equity study that would reclassify jobs, set more competitive wage benchmarks.
Inver Hills pulls paramedic program; city looks at fire station, BEC for possible training space.
First assistant chief takes over following Mailand's retirement.
Child’s rare cancer brings pain, a vow to ‘fight this’
Rahm returns for a second term, Lund begins his first.
A 12-gauge shotgun, multiple shells found in home after overnight standoff.