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STRIDE Academy's board of directors on Friday unanimously selected Paul McGlynn as the St. Cloud charter school's next executive director.
A traffic stop Wednesday led to a car chase and the recovery of stolen goods, according to the St. Cloud Police Department.
Promise Neighborhood of St. Cloud received a competitive grant for its Health and Health Resource fair 2014 from Delta Dental of Minnesota, it was announced Friday.
Freezing rain is causing difficult travel conditions in Central Minnesota. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Stearns, Benton and Sherburne counties until 9 a.m. The freezing rain is creating slick coating on roads, the weather service said.
St. Cloud has a new person overseeing public works. Steve Lawrence will take over as the assistant public works director on March 18. He has been the central services superintendent for the city of Brooklyn Park for the past 16 years, Public Services Director Pat Shea said.
A local observance of the World Day of Prayer will start at noon Friday at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud.
Hundreds of people gathered Thursday at the River's Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud for the fourth annual Project Homeless Connect.
The Rocori Trail Construction Board on Thursday authorized environmental studies and engineering agreements for Phase 2 of the trail that eventually could connect Richmond, Cold Spring and Rockville to the Glacial Lakes State Trail and to the St. Cloud area.
A gas leak at Crossroads Center forced the evacuation of parts of it and prevented some employees from entering the St. Cloud mall on Thursday morning.
Recently transplanted to Minnesota from Salt Lake City, artist David Ruhlman is exhibiting his work at The Gallery Vault in St. Cloud.
Most Central Minnesotans are probably ready for spring. But the icy grip the polar vortex has continued to maintain locally does mean there is still time to get out and enjoy one of winter's most time-honored forms of recreation.
St. Cloud Regional Airport, fresh off landing a long-sought air link to Chicago, would plan future development in tandem with Minneapolis-St.
If you like homes, you might want to check out the Central Minnesota Builders Association HomeShow, which starts Friday at River's Edge Convention Center.
Technical High School violist Arjun Ganguly has earned a spot in the National Youth Orchestra for the second consecutive year.
Construction of 78-mile second phase of the CapX2020 high-voltage transmission line continues this winter, with work between Alexandria and St. Cloud.