Paralyzed from the neck down after a dive into a northern Minnesota lake broke his neck in the 1970s, Mike "Hondo" Pesch went on to live a full life in a home across the street from the Courage Center until his death from pneumonia in 1992.
The Gallup polling organization this month released its three-year "Soul of the Community" survey of 26 U.S. cities, including St. Paul, and its findings are a little surprising.
Nathaniel Khaliq was at work the night a firebomb landed on his Hague Avenue porch 21 years ago-but his wife and their three kids were inside, sleeping.
A 30-ton boulder dedicated to Maplewood Police Sgt. Joe Bergeron now stands near the place in St. Paul where the officer was gunned down on May 1.
For a guy whose job it is to make sure other people have places to play, Greg Mack sure gets into a lot of scraps.
On Nov. 2, Dakota County Administrator Brandt Richardson recommended to the county's board of commissioners a reduced 2011 budget that seeks to cut operating costs by 5 percent for the second straight year.
The Dakota County Board of Commissioners on November 2 approved a plan that it hopes will guide future projects along the Vermillion River.
Before he enters the Golden Thyme Coffee Café on Selby Avenue in St. Paul, Anura Si-Asar makes sure the coast is clear.
The opening of the new East Side Heritage Park in St. Paul is a tribute to a community's foresight, commitment and cooperative spirit, according to folks close to the project.
As he turned 40, Patrick Plonski was hitting a crossroads in his life.
If you happen to see a Dakota County snow plow going into a skid, don't worry-the driver meant to do that.
It was February 2007. In London, one of the world's largest banks, HSBC, was busy writing down its mortgage-backed securities by $10.5 billion as the world plunged into a subprime mortgage crisis during which more than 100 mortgage companies would fail, suspend operations or be sold.
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