Most of us know the Saintly City's sordid gangster history. St. Paul was a hub for vice and a haven for criminals, particularly the Barker-Karpis gang, whom Eagan author Tim Mahoney calls "the Depression era's most effective bank robbers."
After a season nearly wiped out by contentious contract negotiations and an extended lockout, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra announced Tuesday that it balanced its budget this year and was able to pay off about a third of its $793,205 deficit.
More than a dozen years after the Minnesota Vikings started lobbying the state for money for a new stadium, and nineteen months after lawmakers finally said yes, the billion-dollar project got its official start Tuesday.
In one of his first official public appearances since being sworn in, St. Paul City Council Member Dai Thao joined Mayor Chris Coleman in front of a large pit in the ground at 462 Edmund Ave. in Frogtown.
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