Many neighbors and organizations on the East Side had block parties for National Night Out on Aug. 2. The event is meant to strengthen communities by getting neighbors out and meeting each other.
Wood fire pizza to fresh tomatoes and flowers can be found while shopping at the weekly Farmers Market in Shoreview takes place every Tuesday, from 4-7 p.m., at the Community Center’s parking lot.
New Brighton City Council members, the mayor and the new tenants of the recently improved lower level of city hall held a ribbon cutting ceremony July 26th.
“The Airing of the Quilts” was a special attraction during the Friday night car show July 22. Colorful and intricate patterns hung from the railing.
Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell visits with the scouts and hands out Maplewood pins to them.
Even as the long stretch of hot days with high humidity began to come to an end, people still sought refuge in the waters of Gervais Lake in Little Canada July 24.
Signs lined the bridge in support of current officers and to honor the fallen.
Inspired by a similar event in Cottage Grove, Dana and Ed Abrahamson organized a candle light vigil in support of police officers and to honor those killed while on duty.
Silvan Griesbach was game to stick his head in the wooden fish photo op. cut out at the Silver Lake Splash fundraiser July 17. The North St.
The 2016 Slice of Shoreview Days parade made its way down Victoria Street street in Shoreview July 23 featuring local groups and residents — the grand marshal of the parade, Lexington Floral, gave out flowers along the route.
The Wu family, Charlie, with children Emily, 14, and Sumner, 15, enjoyed the perfect summer weather July 16 as they hit the links at Cedarholm Golf Course in Roseville.
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