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Applications to participate in the pilot project close February 3.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation will close off access to the wetland mitigation pond near the Rice Creek Off-Leash Dog Area on February 6.
New businesses are moving in next to Vadnais Sports Center.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has canceled the air pollution advisory for the Twin Cities metro on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Landmark Center is hosting a variety of cultural events this winter.
The Jan. 28 grand opening will include music, refreshments and activities for all ages.
A preschool open house will be held at Tamarack Nature Center on January 12.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners appointed Jack G. Serier the 22nd Ramsey County Sheriff on Tuesday, Jan. 10.
Restoration of natural spaces within Keller Regional Park begins January 10.
Several free workshops are available for jobseekers on an ongoing basis at the Saint Paul WorkForce Center.
Yoga for adults begins Jan. 11. Family yoga begins Feb. 5
Join us for a new series on the intersection of Muslim and Western traditions and societies. Co-sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of the University of Minnesota.
Three of Ramsey County’s seven commissioners were sworn in Jan. 3 at a ceremony at Saint Paul City Hall – Ramsey County Courthouse.
The Ramsey County Library in Roseville will host a speaker series in January and February.
Kleinschmidt received the award for her work as co-chair of the Itasca Project’s cohort focused on closing socioeconomic employment gaps in the Twin Cities region.
Infrastructure construction at the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant to begin in 2017.
Vietnam Veteran Dennis Jirik of Shoreview was presented with the Purple Heart during a Dec. 16 open house held by Ramsey County Veterans Services.
Short, community-supported videos showcase Ramsey County programs.
Commissioner Jim McDonough has received the 2016 President’s Award from the Association of Minnesota Counties.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners has approved a budget of $663,747,760 for 2017. This represents an increase of 2.9 percent from 2016.