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The voluntary recall by the manufacturer covers some of the Similac, Alimentum or EleCare brand powdered infant formulas.
Wearing a high-quality face mask helps limit the spread of COVID-19.
The proclamation was read at the Feb. 8 board of commissioners meeting.
The report includes information about voter turnout, voter registration and absentee voting.
Jake Grussing has been selected as the Director of Ramsey County Library. Grussing will be responsible for overseeing 99 full-time employees and a $12 million annual operating budget.
Whether for Valentine’s Day, Palentine’s Day or simply getting through the winter, here are five ways you can show love to the environment while celebrating those you care about.
A lot happens behind the scenes in the Environmental Health Division of Saint Paul - Ramsey County Public Health. We sat down with Environmental Health Specialist, Alex Fredberg, to learn about his role in the division, his passion for sustainability, and advice for others wanting to work in the field.
2022 Vern Vick Memorial Award nominations are now being accepted.
The Appropriate Responses Initiative transforms Ramsey County's 9-1-1 center dispatch processes to include social services, public health and community institutions for a wider range of options in responding to people in need.
Camps are available for children ages 3 to entering 8th grade.
The COVID-19 testing offered at this site closed on March 1, 2022 and is no longer available.
The proclamation was read at the Jan. 25 board meeting.
The award was presented during the Jan. 18 board meeting.
The award was given to Ms. Hedin at the Jan. 18 board meeting.
The proclamation was read at the Jan. 18 board meeting.
We invite you to try out a variety of outdoor winter activities such as kicksledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sledding and more through this free event.
The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on the revised Ramsey County Parks & Recreation Ordinance on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 9 a.m.
The proclamation was read at the January 11 board of commissioners meeting.
Services will be relocated from 160 E. Kellogg Blvd. to Metro Square (Suite 2500) for a period of four-to-six weeks.
Chair MatasCastillo was elected at the Jan. 4 meeting.