100 years and counting - Bank has been a steady community presence for more than a century

St. Anthony Park Arts Festival will celebrate library centennial

The 48th annual St. Anthony Park Arts Festival will celebrate the St. Anthony Park Library’s centennial with a special art project during the festival Saturday, June 3, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. along Como Avenue and Carter Avenue. Print artist Emily Gray … more

Library’s still a bright-shining gem at 100

                            The man who provided $25,000 to build the St. Anthony Park Library a century ago did so because of a rock-ribbed conviction. “A library outranks any … more

Bank has been a steady community presence for more than a century

  Sunrise Banks in St. Anthony Park is celebrating a century of service and community building. Since the original bank charter was issued, there have been multiple name changes, facility expansions and product-and-service improvements. But there also have been constants, … more

Community meeting to address library property line dispute

St. Paul City Council Member Russ Stark will host a community meeting Tuesday, June 6, to discuss a possible sale of city land adjacent to the St. Anthony Park Library to the adjoining property owner. The meeting will be held … more

Senior rental complex could break ground on Larpenteur next spring

  A St. Paul developer hopes to break ground by next spring on a 60- to 70-unit market-rate senior housing complex at the former Hermes Garden Center site on Larpenteur Avenue in Falcon Heights. But first, zoning changes at the … more

Big wins at Minnesota State History Day

A number of area students will head to National History Day in June at the University of Maryland after big wins at the state tournament in May at the University of Minnesota. Of the 24 students Murray Middle School sent … more

Your Fourth in the Park heads up: volunteers needed

The 2017 Fourth in the Park celebration will include a new kids’ zone and a slight change in where some activities will take place in Langford Park on July 4, as construction at St. Anthony Park Elementary School will make … more

Annual pie and ice cream social means summer is here

It’s not summer until the Northern Lights 4-H Club hosts the annual pie and ice cream social. That harbinger of the season of outdoor fun is set for Friday, June 2, 7-9 p.m. on the Luther Seminary lawn at the … more

71-year-old St. Anthony Park hockey player skates his way to a national championship

Gregory Page missed out on a first-place win in 1963 when Murray High School’s hockey team went to the state tournament, only to end the season in fourth place. But on April 21, the 71-year-old goalie celebrated a first-place win … more

SAP Foundation awards $34,000 in 2017 grant cycle

The Saint Anthony Park Community Foundation awarded $34,000 to 13 community organizations in its 2017 grant cycle. The awards include new grantees the International Institute of Minnesota and Incredible Edible garden project, a group that will plant edible teaching gardens … more