Marjorie Otto

Marjorie Otto can be reached at motto@lillienews.com, or at 651-748-7816.

Mon
30
Jan

One man dead, another injured outside St. Paul Saloon

A shooting occurred on the 1000 block of Hudson Road, near the St. Paul Saloon, leaving one man dead and another wounded.

Sun
29
Jan

Historic Schorenstein Garage to become a home for young couple


The historic Schorenstein Garage and Railing Shop, located at 216-218 Bates Ave., was recently purchased by a young couple, Cory Vandenberghe and Tia Helfrich, who will renovate it into their home. The property was included in the April 2016 Dayton’s Bluff Vacant Home Tour.

The property is the last from the vacant home tour to be sold

Sun
29
Jan

Suburban Ave. Pawn America closing after broken promises


Pawn America and PA Exchange, located at 1885 Suburban Ave., will be closing on Feb. 20 after promises of a retail mall, with stores, a Dairy Queen and Starbucks coffee shop, never came to fruition.

Pawn America and PA Exchange are closing their stores located at 1885 Suburban Ave. and will relocate their Payday America office to 1700 Suburban Ave. The stores will be closing Feb.

Sun
29
Jan

The Food Network visits Cook St. Paul

On Thursday, Jan. 19, the Food Network spent the day filming at Cook St. Paul, the 1124 Payne Ave. restaurant that serves comfort food with a Korean influence. Cook St.

Sun
29
Jan

It’s harvest time

Crews were out at Lake Phalen Beach on Saturday, Jan. 21, cutting ice blocks to be used for the Winter Carnival. The blocks were hauled to downtown St. Paul’s Rice Park to construct the Towers of Boreas.

Sun
22
Jan

HealthEast leads charge to bring wellness to underserved East Side populations

Programs to pilot in late spring and summer

Sun
22
Jan

Lt. Gov. Smith helps kick off new East Side business incubator


Lt. Gov. Tina Smith joined East Side community members on Jan. 13 to help start construction on a future business incubator located at 809 East Seventh St. The incubator is expected to open in mid-2017.

Dayton’s Bluff community members were joined by Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to celebrate the Jan. 13 groundbreaking of a new “business incubator” and youth training center along East Seventh Street. 

Sun
15
Jan

2016: A year in review

The Review staff took time to look back at some of the top stories from the East Side during 2016. 

Sun
15
Jan

Neighbors want a positive re-use for Boys Totem Town


Boys Totem Town neighbors got together Jan. 9 at Highwood Hills Elementary to share their vision for their community. Neighbors broke up into small group to share ideas and thoughts.

Visioning workshop the first of many to connect with residents

Sun
08
Jan

Grieving the loss of a friend, a family, a congregation


Faith Alliance Church held its last service Dec. 25. The church, located on the corner of Third and Howard streets, had a 102-year-old congregation.

102-year-old congregation forced to say goodbye

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