East Side Review

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Arbor Day Foundation offers best tree-care advice in free pruning guide

Those who care about trees will find advice on pruning and related topics in The National Arbor Day Foundation’s free booklet, “How to Prune Young Shade Trees.” From pruning in the early years of a tree’s life, to learning how to strengthen trees by removing branches, this illustrated, easy-to-fo

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The Cafesjian’s Carousel opens in Como Park May 2

The historic carousel that graced the Minnesota Sate Fair for 75 years (and was in downtown St. Paul for a few years) has operated since 2000 in a $1.1 million pavilion just next to the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory at Como Park and the new visitor Center.

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May

Pushing open the doors of City Hall

First, I want to thank all of the people of Maplewood and Maplewood’s community partners and adjoining neighboring cities such as St. Paul, North St. Paul.

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May

Who ordered a background check on Greg Copeland?

It’s standard operating procedure in many cities to perform background checks on prospective employees before they are hired.
Such background checks weed out those seeking employment who lie about their credentials, or worse — have an undisclosed criminal history.

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May

Maplewood drops sex offender ordinance

What a difference a few weeks can make.

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May

Seniors speak: donations pour in for block nurse educator

To Barbara La Valleur, they’re all “angel investors” — all 45 people who donated money to help La Valleur’s health educator pay her work VISA fees.

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Apr

Hardwoods and carpet and cork — Oh my!

Spring is a popular time for remodeling — the kitchen and bathroom being the most common projects, reports the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.
But after the dust settles and the old carpet is hauled away, what will you put down underfoot?

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Urban bird festival begins April 28

Birds and bird watching will be highlighted throughout Ramsey County from April 28 to May 7. The events are intended for the public to learn about birds and bird watching. No previous bird watching experience is needed. A variety of birds will be observed as birds migrate back to Minnesota.

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Apr

Meet the neighbors, plan your future

Admit it: you’ve got dreams, hopes and aspirations not just for your own house, but your whole block. Some of you even have fond wishes extending beyond the borders of your neighborhood.

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Apr

And then there were none

The doors are locked and the lights are out at the East Side’s sole remaining bingo hall, bringing the number of bingo halls in the city to one - Midway Bingo on University Avenue.

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