Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport has changes in store


Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport has changes in store


MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Officials at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are making plans to additional parking ramps, better security lines and an on-site hotel. Metropolitan Airports Commission chief executive Jeff Hamiel says many of the changes ...


City Officials Say St. Paul Bridge Needs To Be Rebuilt


ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Drivers in St. Paul will notice reduced lanes on a busy downtown bridge soon. City officials said the bridge at Third Street and Kellogg Avenue needs to be rebuilt. It spans nearly a half mile and it’s still young at about 30 ...


Six months later, St. Paul's Penfield is beating estimates


St. Paul took a gamble in launching the downtown residential project The Penfield, but it looks to be paying off. Finance & Commerce reports that the high-profile project is running ahead of projections, with an 82 percent occupancy rate. Underwriting ...


Race on to save St. Paul’s Church from demolition


THOROLD – Some Port Robinson residents are hoping they’ll be able to save historic St. Paul’s Anglican Church, but the clock is ticking with the 170-year-old icon slated for demolition. Some residents came to city council on Sept. 16, saying they ...


St. Paul girls soccer team has been tested


St. Paul girls soccer was ready to exhale following Monday afternoon’s home match against Naugatuck. The Falcons started the season with matches against Portland, Oxford, Holy Cross, Torrington and Naugatuck. St. Paul came out of the gauntlet with a 0-4 ...



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