Saturday, August 23, 2014

St. Paul settles Como Lake cafe lease dispute for $800,000


St. Paul settles Como Lake cafe lease dispute for $800,000


The city of St. Paul has reached a $800,000 settlement with the owner of the Como Lake pavilion cafe to avoid going to trial for damages in a lease dispute. If approved, the settlement would be the third largest in city history. The city council will vote ...


St. Paul’s and Grace Place offers Prayers2Pass


St. Paul’s Episcopal Church will offer #Prayers2Pass, an interactive prayer event for the students, faculty and staff of Northern Illinois University and anyone else who would like a prayer to navigate the new semester, at 900 Normal Road from 10 a.m. to ...


St. Paul Methodist plans school fair


St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church is preparing for its 12th “Back to School Fellowship Fair” to be held from 3-6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 23. There will be plenty of food, games and community informational booths, along with school supplies and ...


St. Paul cheerleaders bring home awards


The St. Paul Cheerleaders of Shiner Catholic School recently attended a National Cheerleaders Association summer camp and took several top honors as a squad and as individuals. Eight members of the squad were nominated and had the opportunity to try out ...


St. Paul Man Charged in Drive-by Shooting in West St. Paul


A St. Paul man is charged with four felonies in a West St. Paul drive-by shooting involving a man who reportedly had an affair with the shooter's girlfriend, according to court documents filed in Dakota County. Jorge Roman Vasquez, 35, was charged with ...


St. Paul reaches $800,000 settlement with Como Park cafe


The City of St. Paul has reached a settlement agreement with the Como Pavilion vendor following a dispute about breaches of contract. St. Paul has reached an $800,000 settlement — the third largest in its history — with Black Bear Crossings, a longtime ...



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