East Side Review

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U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum town hall meetings

U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum will hold town hall meetings on Jan. 18 and Jan. 26 to discuss her work in Washington and to listen to Fourth District constituents and families about the issues that matter to them.

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Nominate your home for the 30th Minneapolis & St. Paul Home Tour

The Minneapolis and St. Paul Home Tour, April 29-30, is accepting applications with a first deadline of Jan. 16. On the tour, homeowners open their doors to share ideas based on their remodeling experience.

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Recycling changes Jan. 16

Many St. Paul residents will experience a recycling collection day change on Jan. 16. For the past few months, St. Paul has been handing out new recycling carts. If you still need a recycling cart, contact your local district council. 

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Events Featured in East Side Review January 15, 2017

Events: ‘How Do We Remember?’ art exhibit at Metro State; Hayden Heights Library; East Side Freedom Library; Bird photography walk; East Side Pride Open Mic; Saintly City Cat Club.

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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. 

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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

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08
Jan

East Side Review police reports - December 15 — December 28

Thursday, December 15 — Wednesday, December 28 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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08
Jan

Events Featured in East Side Review January 8, 2017

Events: ‘How Do We Remember?’ art exhibit at Metro State; Hayden Heights Library; Elder Cafe; East Side Freedom Library; 

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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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Jan

Living on the edge: Polar bears in Churchill on the decline


Polar bears rest to conserve energy, lie on a pile of snow to cool down or lumber around the west side of Hudson Bay.

Last month I scratched one trip off my bucket list — a trip to Churchill, Manitoba, known as the “polar bear capital of the world.” 

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