It’s mostly routine business for the West St. Paul City Council on Monday night as they award small business grants, discuss Moreland Avenue reconstruction, learn about ranked choice voting, and more.
A new book from a West St. Paul author and illustrator team encourages common ground in our polarizing political age.
Aerial views of West St. Paul from 1940, 1957, and 2020, giving a snapshot of how the city transformed from farmland to first-ring suburb.
“The least I can do is paint a fence,” West St. Paul resident says about the Black Lives Matter mural he hopes will make people reflect.
Read a children’s story while you walk through the park. Check out Story Stroll happening in two West St. Paul parks this fall.
We ask the candidates about budget challenges: What do you think the city should do to make the most of our limited resources?