East Side Review

Sun
15
May

Sentinels stand guard

On a rainy Tuesday afternoon, the Keller Lake bald eagles stand guard over the nest after having just chased away another bald eagle.

Mon
09
May

Candidate filing to open for 2016 elections

Candidate filing for the 2016 elections will be open May 17 through May 31 for individuals to have their names on the ballot this fall. 

The offices up for re-election in 2016 that cover neighborhoods on the East Side include:

Sun
08
May

Battle Creek Dog Park hosts Corgi Minnesota gathering


Pembroke Welsh Corgis are the more common variation of the corgi dog. (courtesy of the American Kennel Club)

You may recognize a corgi from internet videos or pictures, or, perhaps, from Queen Elizabeth’s recent 90th birthday photos.

Sun
08
May

East Side Review police reports - April 7 — April 13

Thursday, April 7 — Wednesday, April 13 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

Sun
08
May

The “Payne” of parking

Parking along Payne Avenue’s commercial district has been an issue for years and has become more prominent as new businesses move in and prosper.

Sun
08
May

Margaret Park improvements coming this summer


Margaret Park, located on Margaret Street between Earl Street and North Frank Street, will have its improvements constructed this summer. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

After years of planning, the Margaret Park improvements are about to become three-dimensional.

Wed
04
May

Prom season brings flood of memories


Connie Hanson remodeled a green bridesmaid’s dress, which restyled for her senior prom in Barrett. (submitted photos)

The weather outside is getting warmer and that means tis the season — not the one that falls in December, but the spring one — the prom season.

Sun
01
May

Teaching is second nature to St. Pascal Baylon teacher


Krista Welle’s fourth grade class, from left to right, Chiashee, Audrey, Natalie, Olivia, Giovanni, Michael, Krista Welle, Matteo, Gabe, Sean, Orlando and Christopher. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

Some teachers don’t choose teaching; teaching chooses them.

St. Pascal Baylon Catholic School teacher Krista Welle knew she wanted to be a teacher when she was growing up.

Sun
01
May

East Side Review police reports - March 31 — April 6

Thursday, March 31 — Wednesday, April 6 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

Sun
01
May

Two additional men charged in connection to Indian Mounds Park killing

Following the killing of 18-year-old Bobby Davion Collins at Indian Mounds Park on April 17, two additional men have been charged in connection to the incident. 

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