West St. Paul City Council will consider plans for new parking lot and parent drop-off loop at Heritage, potential TIF district expansion, and hold another closed meeting to discuss a purchase offer on the Hy-Vee property.
West St. Paul City Council learned about the West St. Paul police reserves and plans for Explore West St. Paul Days, and approved business including the Dakota 911 system and proclaiming Arbor Day and Migratory Bird Day.
Moreland Arts and Health Sciences Magnet School is kicking off a different kind of fundraiser this month—school-wide service projects and acts of kindness.
Amid a national debate over policing, the West St. Paul Police Department sets itself apart with a different culture.
A woman rampaged through Target destroying merchandise and displays, causing at least $7,000 in damage, and forcing the store to briefly close.
West St. Paul City Council swore in a new police officer, started conversation on public art policy, made a change to require fewer public hearings, and got a glimpse at the 10-year financial forecast, including proposed levy changes.