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St. Paul PD pumps up its traffic unit to deal with distracted driving


As the St. Paul Police Department increases the staffing of its Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Unit to combat distracted driving crashes, the department is also continuing its Stop for Me education events. During the events — which take place at problematic intersections flagged by neighbors — police officers and citizens cross the road, educating both drivers and pedestrians about laws and expectations. (courtesy of Stop for Me)

With four fatal pedestrian crashes already this year in the city, the St. Paul Police Department is working to crack down on distracted drivers while helping out pedestrians.

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‘Whereas June 2019 is Pride Month ...


A resident showed up to the June 24 West St. Paul City Council meeting to show their support for a proposed proclamation officially recognizing June as Pride Month in the city. (Hannah Burlingame/Review)

City, PD for first time recognize the month

 

On June 28, 1969, people rioted after a police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City. 

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Stepping up to create a clean energy future

The science is clear: carbon emissions sent into the atmosphere from a variety of human sources threaten to upend our economy, our health, our national security, and our very way of life. 

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Dodge Nature Center working to improve energy usage

Dodge Nature Center’s mission statement says its goal is “providing exceptional experiences in nature through environmental education,” and the West St. Paul-based nonprofit is working to make sure it lives up to that ideal.

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East Side Review - Police Reports • Thursday, June 6 — Wednesday, June 12

Thursday, June 6 — Wednesday, June 12

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Celebrate Independence Day

Here’s a list of area Fourth of July celebrations​

 

Minnesota Historical Society

Summit Avenue Walking Tour

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New name, same character: Flat Earth is now Saint Paul Brewing


Saint Paul Brewing, formerly known as Flat Earth Brewing, is looking to make some changes to its brewery and taproom at 688 Minnehaha Ave. E., the location of the old Hamm’s Brewery. Owner John Warner would like to expand a few floors up, creating a restaurant and event space. (courtesy of Saint Paul Brewing)

When John Warner bought what would become Flat Earth Brewing in 2010, he looked at a few locations to move it before settling on the old Hamm’s Brewing buildings off Minnehaha Avenue on the East Side.

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5 mistakes to avoid when having fun in the sun

Before you head out this summer, don’t forget to pack your sunscreen.

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What’s more realistic, Bigfoot or a secure retirement?

5 steps you can take today to get closer to a secure retirement

 

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Summer sights

photos courtesy of Harland Hiemstra/Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

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