East Side Review

Thu
18
Jan

A besieged community vows to fight back

Hundreds packed Arlington Hills Lutheran Church Jan. 11 to hear assurances from St. Paul Police Chief John Harrington that his department is doing everything possible to catch the rapist responsible for two similar attacks within a week of each other on Payne Avenue.

Thu
18
Jan

Tackling the Tetra Pak

In the industry, it's called gable-top or aseptic packaging. Or, sometimes, just "Tetra Pak," much the same way facial tissue is often referred to as Kleenex. To the rest of us, though, it's our juice boxes, soup boxes and milk cartons.

Mon
08
Jan

Police Reports Dec. 14-20

Thursday, Dec. 14 —Wednesday, Dec. 20

Mon
08
Jan

Tax tips to save money

(MS) - Many people anxiously await the arrival of spring, a welcome respite from winter weather thanks to its moderate climate and the rebirth of wildlife and foliage. But while spring does usher in bluer skies, it also marks the arrival of April 15, otherwise known as Tax Day.

Mon
08
Jan

Christian 12 Step Group

Inverhills Church, 8265 Babcock Trail, Inver Grove Heights, has kicked off its fall & spring ministry groups with a new Christian 12 Step Support Group based on the 12 steps of AA and the book "A Hunger for Healing" by Keith Miller.

Mon
08
Jan

Inquiring Minds

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

Mon
08
Jan

Red Hat lady creates new cards to raise money for American Heart Association

East Sider Pat Linn, who organized her Red Hat friends last year to pose for pictures put on decks of cards for a UNICEF fund raiser is doing another deck this year with proceeds going to the American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women" campaign.

Mon
08
Jan

MAKE YOUR OWN LAW CONTEST

Ever said to yourself "Why, there oughta be a law..."?

Ever thought one of our state's laws had to be the dumbest law ever?

Mon
08
Jan

MAKE YOUR OWN LAW CONTEST

Ever said to yourself "Why, there oughta be a law..."?

Ever thought one of our state's laws had to be the dumbest law ever?

Mon
08
Jan

County attorney declines Maplewood investigation

Less than a month after former Maplewood Mayor Bob Cardinal contacted the office of Ramsey County Attorney Susan Gaertner, alleging violations of open meeting policies by current and past City Council members, he received a reply that it is not in that office's jurisdiction to investigate the mat

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