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Tuesday, 04/23/19
The American Red Cross, in partnership with the Spring Lake Park-Blaine-Mounds View Fire Department, is seeking to share home fire safety information and install 500 free smoke alarms on Saturday, April 27. With residents’ permission, they will install alarms and answer any questions... + continue reading
Tuesday, 04/23/19
Three cases of salmonella are under investigation by the Minnesota Department of Health, in connection with a multistate outbreak tied to pre-cut melon. All three local victims reported eating pre-cut cantaloupe from the same Trader Joe’s location. For the time being, officials are... + continue reading
Tuesday, 04/23/19
Cecilia Savard, Arden Hills resident and current student at St. Odilia Catholic School in Shoreview, is the recipient of a $2,500 Totino-Grace High School academic scholarship for incoming students from the class of 2023. Each year, the school awards $100,000 in academic and leadership... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.
Tuesday, 04/23/19
In the medieval age between the 5th and 15th centuries, Catholic craftspeople and merchants were part of a system of guilds. These guilds, or associations, helped train new craftspeople and made sure crafts and merchant goods were of high quality for customers.  “During the Middle... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.
Tuesday, 04/23/19
The Roseville City Council was updated April 15 about planned safety improvements to a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue where two pedestrians were killed in a single crash earlier this year.  Ramsey County plans to convert the four-lane, undivided roadway into three lanes with a... + continue reading

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courtesy of City of New Brighton The New Brighton Planning Commission recommended creating a tax increment finance district to help move along redevelopment of the former New Brighton Elementary School site, which would give tax breaks to the development.

Bridget Kranz Mounds View is finalizing its purchase of the Skyline Motel, which is situated just off of Interstate 35W directly across from the planned Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills.

Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.

East Side Review

Monday, 06/26/17
Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

photos courtesy of Mary Lee Hagert/Review The South Carolina statehouse in downtown Columbia withstood the Union army cannon fire during the Civil War and still has visible damage from the bombardment by Sherman’s troops. Loblolly pines and cypress trees tower over the swamp boardwalk at Congaree National Park.
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04/22/19 -

South West Review


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Monday, 04/22/19
The St. Thomas Academy Experimental Vehicle Team placed second overall, and first in the U.S., in the high school division of the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge. The team tied for first with... + continue reading

photos courtesy of Mary Lee Hagert/Review The South Carolina statehouse in downtown Columbia withstood the Union army cannon fire during the Civil War and still has visible damage from the bombardment by Sherman’s troops. Loblolly pines and cypress trees tower over the swamp boardwalk at Congaree National Park.
04/22/19

courtesy of St. Paul Police Department After police tried to pull over this stolen vehicle April 16 it was involved in a crash. Its alleged driver fled the scene and was shot by a homeowner a few blocks west of Payne Avenue.
04/22/19

Roseville - Little Canada


Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.
Tuesday, 04/23/19
In the medieval age between the 5th and 15th centuries, Catholic craftspeople and merchants were part of a system of guilds. These guilds, or associations, helped train new craftspeople and made sure... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.
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courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation Larpenteur Avenue’s four- to three-lane conversion will create a center left-turn lane while reducing traffic in both directions to a single lane. The change will take place this summer between Dale and Rice streets.
04/23/19 -

Bridget Kranz Mounds View is finalizing its purchase of the Skyline Motel, which is situated just off of Interstate 35W directly across from the planned Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills.
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courtesy of City of Mounds View A mock-up of what a future hotel on the Skyline property might look like; Mounds View officials are committed to using the majority of the site for lodging.
04/23/19 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.
Tuesday, 04/23/19
In the medieval age between the 5th and 15th centuries, Catholic craftspeople and merchants were part of a system of guilds. These guilds, or associations, helped train new craftspeople and made sure... + continue reading

Matt Hudson The land formerly known as Lowry Grove pictured on April 8. Developer Brad Hoyt is advertising a new mobile home park less than two years after closing down the former park and vacating those who lived there.
04/18/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.
Tuesday, 04/23/19
In the medieval age between the 5th and 15th centuries, Catholic craftspeople and merchants were part of a system of guilds. These guilds, or associations, helped train new craftspeople and made sure... + continue reading

Matt Hudson The land formerly known as Lowry Grove pictured on April 8. Developer Brad Hoyt is advertising a new mobile home park less than two years after closing down the former park and vacating those who lived there.
04/18/19 -

Bulletin Area


Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.
04/23/2019
In the medieval age between the 5th and 15th centuries, Catholic craftspeople and merchants were part of a system of guilds. These guilds, or associations, helped train new craftspeople and made sure... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.
,

courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation Larpenteur Avenue’s four- to three-lane conversion will create a center left-turn lane while reducing traffic in both directions to a single lane. The change will take place this summer between Dale and Rice streets.
04/23/2019

Bridget Kranz Mounds View is finalizing its purchase of the Skyline Motel, which is situated just off of Interstate 35W directly across from the planned Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills.
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courtesy of City of Mounds View A mock-up of what a future hotel on the Skyline property might look like; Mounds View officials are committed to using the majority of the site for lodging.
04/23/2019
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