Janice Collova

Janice Collova can be reached at southwest@lillienews.com or at 651-748-7825.

Sun
23
Aug

New Inver Grove Heights stormwater management system proves successful

With all the advances in technology, it's sometimes easy to lose sight of just how efficient Mother Nature can be — especially when it comes to managing natural resources.

Wed
05
Aug

Antique cars and more put-putting into Stockyard Days

The antique cars show up at Stockyard Days the afternoon of Saturday, Aug. 8. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)
The antique cars show up at Stockyard Days the afternoon of Saturday, Aug. 8. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

At 3 p.m on Saturday, Aug. 8, roughly 60 cars will arrive at New Brighton’s Stockyard Days.

Sun
02
Aug

Community garden grows vegetables as well as relationships with neighbors

Raised garden beds, including the one with cabbages, are accessible for Jeff to lend a hand in the community garden. Wheelchair access and raised garden beds are among the many benefits MSS staff say this garden has to offer. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Raised garden beds, including the one with cabbages, are accessible for Jeff to lend a hand in the community garden. Wheelchair access and raised garden beds are among the many benefits MSS staff say this garden has to offer. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

For participants in Midwest Special Services programs, a community garden is not only a place to grow plants, but a way to grow social connections with their surrounding community.

Thu
16
Jul

All aboard for District 622 Summer Theatre’s ‘Anything Goes’

District 622’s Summer Theatre will present the musical comedy “Anything Goes,” for one weekend only, July 23-26.

Sun
05
Jul

Grande Parade kicks off beloved community celebration

Grand marshal Adam Carter
Grand marshal Adam Carter

If you happen to be driving south on 10th Avenue in South St. Paul the night of June 25, you can expect lawn chairs arrayed beside the road.

Sun
05
Jul

Mendota Day celebrates history and community

Last year, a group of reenactors marches in the Mendota Day parade behind a History Fort Snelling banner. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Last year, a group of reenactors marches in the Mendota Day parade behind a History Fort Snelling banner. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

The city of Mendota is celebrating a few birthdays this year: the town’s Historic City Jail turns 100, and the Church of St. Peter off of Highway 13 turns 175, making it Minnesota’s oldest Catholic church.

Mon
29
Jun

Fourth of July fireworks

This Fourth of July, residents across the east metro will gather to celebrate the star-spangled holiday at one of these festivals and fireworks shows.

Mon
29
Jun

At this farmer’s market, change is a good thing

The South St. Paul Business Association's request for a five-year interim use permit for the farmer's market was recently approved by the South St. Paul City Council.

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