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Tue
06
Aug

NEWSBRIEF: Back in the ‘House’


Bridget Kranz

House of Wong was packed to the gills at its grand reopening the night of Aug. 1. The restaurant had been closed since January, relocating a few doors down in the Roseville Center shopping mall, located at 1135 Larpenteur Ave. W.

Mon
05
Aug

CLUES celebrates expansion


Dayton’s Bluff nonprofit Comunidades Latinas en Servicio, or CLUES, celebrated the grand opening of its headquarters expansion on July 31. The 19,000 square-foot addition include a teen tech center, kitchen, elder center, classrooms and offices. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

The nonprofit Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio, also known as CLUES, celebrated the grand opening of its headquarters expansion on July 31. 

Mon
05
Aug

21st century couch surfing


Inver Grove Heights resident CJ Bahan is known for his unique hobby: curb furniture poaching, which is taking a seat in coaches left on the curb, and taking a picture. His adventures recently gained him recognition on radio station 102.9 The Wolf. (courtesy CJ Bahan)

Inver Grove Heights man’s hobby turns viral sensation

 

Everybody’s seen it: furniture sitting out on the curb. 

Mon
05
Aug

Suspects arrested in West St. Paul homicide


Terrell Theo Payne / Nathan Wesley McDonald

Police arrested two men in connection with the July 9 killing of 21-year-old Lawrence Terrance Renfro in West St. Paul.

Mon
05
Aug

Gone but not forgotten: Patrick remembered 5 years on


Community members, city officials, police officers and family and friends of officer Scott Patrick gathered at the corner of Dodd Road and Smith Avenue July 30 to remember Patrick on the fifth anniversary of his death. He was shot to death at the intersection by the driver of a car he’d pulled over for a traffic stop. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)

The intersection of Dodd Road and Smith Avenue on July 30 was filled with family, friends, law enforcement and community members who gathered to remember officer Scott Patrick five years after he was killed in the line of duty.

Mon
05
Aug

Parkway players are state champions


The team played great and one athlete in particular, Francisco Gallegos Jr. had a stellar performance in game two — a win for Parkway vs. Plymouth in the state tournament. He pitched the entire game, hit a more than 200-foot and over the fence homerun, had two doubles, a walk and three RBIs. (photos courtesy of Shannon Tesser)

The Parkway Little League 10U All Stars are state champs. The success started earlier this summer, with the team winning the District 2 Championship — while going undefeated in the tournament — on July 17 against Shoreview.

Wed
31
Jul

In memory: The community remembers Crist Langelett


Crist Langelett

A holder of many titles and roles, longtime Lillie Suburban Newspapers guest columnist Crist Langelett died July 21. He was 88 years old.

Wed
31
Jul

Chew on this: Buckthorn for breakfast, lunch and dinner at park reserve


Goat 0525, left, is one of more than 100 goats at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve helping to curb re-sprouts of buckthorn and honeysuckle, two non-native invasive plants, by eating them. Goats set out to work July 22 at Lake Elmo Park Reserve as Nick VonRuden with Goat Dispatch counted them. (Amy Felegy photos/Review)

Those passing through the Lake Elmo Park Reserve this week may notice an unusual zoological addition to the area. 

Wed
31
Jul

Maplewood secures abandoned construction site


The boarded-up 1905 Radatz Ave. property in Maplewood sits next to a large pile of dirt, something neighbors said had been accompanied by debris and building materials until recently. Construction of the home had been headed until March by Journey Home, the former nonprofit led by Blake Huffman, who resigned as a Ramsey County Commissioner in June. (Amy Felegy/Review)

Bank looks for new contractor

 

City and county officials, law enforcement and a bank are slowly making progress on sorting out what to do with an abandoned home construction site just south of Maplewood Mall. 

Wed
31
Jul

Friday fun supports the community


Amy Felegy/Review

The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf and the Veterans Memorial Park committee received over $3,500 each in silent auction proceeds at Veterans Memorial Park on July 25. The donation came from a North St.

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