St. Anthony

Mon
24
Mar

Masked gunmen rob Subway restaurant in St. Anthony

St. Anthony Village Police are on the hunt for three suspects who robbed a Subway restaurant in the St. Anthony Village Shopping Center at gunpoint Thursday, March 20 just before 8:30 a.m.

Wed
25
Dec

Mark Sitarz takes over as St. Anthony’s new fire chief


St. Anthony Village Fire Chief John Malenick (left) posed for a photo with the new fire chief for St. Anthony Village, Mark Sitarz, on Dec. 12 during the open house for the retiring chief. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

St. Anthony Village has named 15-year department veteran Mark Sitarz as its new fire chief to replace outgoing chief John Malenick, who retired earlier this month.
Sitarz, 44, grew up in the Village and is a graduate of St. John’s University, where he majored in political science and Spanish studies.

Wed
18
Dec

Local cities approve 2014 tax levies, budgets

Most Bulletin-area cities have approved budgets and set property tax levies for next year.  
The Vadnais Heights City Council adopted its 2014 budget and tax levy on Wednesday, Dec. 4, and the cities of Mounds View, New Brighton, Arden Hills and St. Anthony Village each approved their final budgets and levies last week. The city of Shoreview was expected to approve its budget and tax levy on Dec. 16, which is after the Bulletin’s press time.

Thu
12
Dec

Making their lists and checking them twice


Ayden, 5, Logan, 7, and Cullin, 3, Jones (left to right) posed for a photo with Santa and Mrs. Claus on during the event.

The St. Anthony Lions Club hosted the Cocoa with the Claus event for the 17th year at the St. Anthony Village Community Center on Dec. 7.  photos by Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin
 

Wed
04
Dec

St. Anthony City Council approves 2014 Street and Utility Project

The St. Anthony Village City Council unanimously approved the city’s 2014 Street and Utility Project Plans and Specifications and authorized an advertisement for bids at its Tuesday, Nov. 26 city council meeting.
St. Anthony’s City Engineer Todd Hubmer said the entire project would cost $2.19 million. Of that amount, the city would be paying just over $1.7 million and $483,000 would be assessed to 72 properties in the area. Homeowners would not be assessed for sanitary improvements or a proposed rain garden on the north end of Central Park, Hubmer said.

Tue
12
Nov

A fun event’s on tap this week at Silverwood Park


Last year’s event was a brow-furrowing, roll-up-your sleeves workshop. This year, organizers have added fun as an ingredient and re-designed the event as a kid-friendly festival. (submitted phtoto)

An event homeowners, apartment renters - even kids - may want to check out is scheduled for the late afternoon and early evening of Thursday, Nov. 14 at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony.
The effort is co-sponsored by Falcon Heights and Lauderdale as well as St. Anthony and is subtitled “Action for Sustainable Cities.”It’s part of a movement that is growing not only locally, but also nationally, even internationally, that’s known as sustainability.

Thu
07
Nov

2013 Fire Safety Poster Contest winners announced

The annual Fire Safety Poster Contest for fourth and fifth graders was completed during October. Students in those grades, Wilshire Park Elementary and St. Charles Borromeo, create an original poster that includes a Fire Safety or Fire Prevention message. Posters are collected and evaluated by the St. Anthony Fire Department. The theme this year was “Prevent Kitchen Fires” and around 250 posters were done.

Wed
06
Nov

Bulletin area election results

New Brighton Mayor, City CouncilMounds View School Board; St. Anthony City Council; St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board

Wed
06
Nov

Burglars ignore Vikings tickets in New Brighton

Bulletin Area police reports week of Nov. 6, 2013 for Arden Hills, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, St. Anthony, Shoreview and Vadnais Heights

Thu
31
Oct

ISD 282 School Board and St. Anthony city elections Nov. 5

Voters will elect three residents to serve on the St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board (ISD 282) and two candidates to serve on the St. Anthony Village City Council this November.

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