East Side Newsbriefs

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May

NEWSBRIEF: Habitat for Humanity mortgage program for first-time homebuyers

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity recently created a mortgage program, which targets those who want to buy an existing house, but don’t earn enough to qualify for a mortgage from a traditional lender.

Mon
13
May

NEWSBRIEF: Community discussion on preventing displacement

Cities thrive when people can live in safe, stable, affordable homes in healthy neighborhoods connected to opportunities without fear of being displaced. That’s why Minneapolis and St.

Mon
13
May

NEWSBRIEF: Apply to serve on city boards and commissions

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter is inviting community members to serve on St. Paul committees, boards, and commissions. St. Paul has 31 committees, boards and commissions focused on policy and programs that shape the city.

Mon
13
May

NEWSBRIEF: ‘2020 Our City, Our Budget’ engagement events

Mayor Melvin Carter recently announced the “2020 Our City, Our Budget” community engagement process to shape next year’s city budget. A series of seven events across St.

Mon
13
May

NEWSBRIEF: Scholarship for high school junior volunteers

Do you know a high school junior who is making a difference in the Greater Twin Cities area through volunteering?

Mon
13
May

NEWSBRIEF: Foster parents needed

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota is seeking foster parents for children and youth in need. If you have a special heart for children, consider becoming a foster parent.

Mon
13
May

NEWSBRIEF: Funds are still available to help Minnesotans pay their heating bills

Heating systems throughout the state are still in use, and that means the energy costs to stay warm and safe continue. For Minnesotans struggling to pay their heating bills, help is available from the state’s Energy Assistance Program.

Mon
13
May

NEWSBRIEF: Dakota County to participate in warrant resolution event

Dakota County will participate in a warrant resolution event 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 1 at Washington Technology Magnet School, 1495 Rice St., St.

Mon
06
May

NEWSBRIEF: Union Gospel looking for mental health interns

A shortage of clinic interns has hit the Mental Health and Medical Care Clinic at the Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities with the recent closure of Argosy University, which halted its masters and doctorate clinical psychology programs.

Mon
06
May

NEWSBRIEF: Payne-Phalen community elects new board members

The Payne-Phalen Community Council held its annual meeting on April 23, electing new board members and discussing goals and upcoming projects.

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