East Side Review

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Jun

Hazel Park Heights groundbreaking


Wed
07
Jun

Police Blotter Week of May 11 - May 17, 2006

District 1
Aggravated assault
May 17, 9:51 a.m., 1600 block Fremont Av. (RR)
Auto theft
May 11, 10:50 p.m., 2100 block Fremont Av. (A)

Wed
07
Jun

Lower Afton Trail project gets kick from 90-year-old

“I was afraid maybe I wasn’t doing such a good job,” Emil Sturzenegger recalls of his efforts to get a trail along Lower Afton Road.

Wed
07
Jun

For want of proper zoning, Poor Richard’s dump and junkyard may be lost

East Sider Shelly Fling moved with her husband to Searle Street just over a year ago. Nearly every day since, she’s been taking Phalen Boulevard home from her job at the University of Minnesota.

Wed
07
Jun

St. Paul’s Monastery preparing for redevelopment



With just 34 sisters now living in St. Paul’s Monastery, the Benedictine religious community is considering building a smaller home on the property and selling its large dwelling and some of the adjacent land.

Wed
07
Jun

A reprieve for Poor Richard’s

The city has granted Poor Richard’s junkyard owner Richard Wybierala a 60-day extension to clean up his Bush Avenue business or face the expense of city public works crews billing him for the work.

Wed
07
Jun

Saying goodbye to the smell of tar, and hello to ... something else

To many East Siders, the smell of tar once emanating 24 hours a day from Globe Building Materials, Inc. at 1120 East Seventh Street was stuff of legend — both loved and hated.

Wed
07
Jun

Saying goodbye to the smell of tar, and hello to ... something else

To many East Siders, the smell of tar once emanating 24 hours a day from Globe Building Materials, Inc. at 1120 East Seventh Street was stuff of legend — both loved and hated.

Wed
07
Jun

Honoring ‘Code’ (the movie, not the book)

How Dan Brown’s best-selling novel, “The Da Vinci Code,” became the cultural zeitgeist that it has may be a more baffling mystery than the book itself.

Wed
07
Jun

MH ‘Golden Residents’ share their stories



Among the parade participants were 85 “golden residents” – people who have lived in Mendota Heights since its incorporation as a city 50 years ago.

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