Shoreview is moving forward with a $100,000 feasibility study regarding augmentation, which would add water to 450-acre Turtle Lake. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
The city of Shoreview and the Turtle Lake Homeowners Association (TLHA) will look into the feasibility of piping water into Turtle Lake to control its water levels, putting to rest, for now, a years-old question with the help of money provided by
Irondale High School in New Brighton will have a new principal effective July 1 as Eric Nelson takes over for outgoing principal Scott Gengler, who announced this past spring that he’d be moving west to Wayzata High School.
New Brighton-based Cardiovascular Systems Inc. (CSI) is starting construction on a new corporate headquarters at the New Brighton Exchange, a planned 125,000 square foot building, which should be completed by March 2015.
The filing period for the Minnesota House of Representatives ended June 3 and candidates for Bulletin-area legislative seats will have to survive a primary election Aug. 12 in order to appear on this year’s election day ballot.
Neal Zumberge's next court appearance June 26
A New Brighton man charged with two counts of second-degree murder made an abbreviated appearance in Ramsey County Court on June 18, without representation, to the chagrin of assistant Ramsey County attorney Anna Christie.
From left: Shoreview Mayor Sandy Martin, Turtle Lake Elementary School Principal Darin Johnson and Mounds View Public Schools Superintendent Dan Hoverman broke ground on the elementary school’s new “A Playground For Everyone” on June 6. (Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
The excitement of the last day of school at Turtle Lake Elementary was multiplied by the prospect of a brand new, more accessible playground, when kids, school and city officials broke ground on “A Playground For Everyone” at the school, the after
Most of the cities that make up the North Suburban Communications Commission - eight out of 10, to be exact - have spoken on the question of whether or not to preliminarily accept Comcast’s formal cable franchise proposal and, in line with a commi
Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman, right, addressed a crowd of 50 people at a ceremony to mark the demolition of the final building standing at TCAAP. (photos by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) entered a new phase of redevelopment on June 6, with a ceremony as demolition on the last remaining building began at the vast, 427 acre site in Arden Hills.