South St Paul


SSP resident accuses police of racial profiling

Maryland “Lucky” Rosenbloom posed with a cutout of his late father, “Tiger” Jack Rosenbloom, atop the original shoeshine box that anchored the historical Rondo neighborhood shop in St. Paul for more than 50 years. (photo by Luke Reiter/Review)

Maryland “Lucky” Rosenbloom moved to South St. Paul this summer looking for a quiet community with a touch of the urban feel he grew up with.
So far, Rosenbloom  says, it’s been “a hell of a welcome” -- he’s been stopped while driving twice in three months by South St. Paul officers, both times for minor equipment infractions.


The days of livestock rustling aren’t over

South-West Review police reports Oct. 27, 2013


Eatery places order with police: one drunk cook to go

South-West Review police reports Oct. 20, 2013


SSP slates first parks referendum in 20 years

This image shows what Kaposia Landing might look like if voters approve additional parks and recreation spending in a referendum next February. (submitted graphic)

A lot of people are willing to pay $8 a month to stream movies from the Internet into their homes, but would they put the same amount toward a new baseball field just outside?
That’s the question that will be put to South St. Paul voters next February after the council approved a parks and recreations referendum in its Aug. 20 meeting that would pay for an array of new and improved amenities at Kaposia Landing, McMorrow Field and Wakota Arena.


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