East Side Review

Sat
04
Nov

Prolific burglar chased down in park

Maplewood police were alerted to a crime spree - of one - in the Jackson Street/Roselawn Avenue neighborhood the afternoon of Oct. 24 and arrested a man for multiple counts of theft and burglary.

Sat
04
Nov

Police Reports Thursday, Oct. 12 - Wednesday, Oct. 18

Thursday, Oct.12 —Wednesday, Oct. 18

Sat
04
Nov

Local author raises vampires from the dead

In Tuonela, Wisc., every day could be Halloween.

Local author Anne Frasier describes the little town as one with dark buildings, streets lined with red brick, and tall Victorian homes that "cling to rocks and outcroppings as if afraid to commit to a deeper foundation."

Sat
04
Nov

Coming together and making a difference: Part 1

There is an old story that most of us may have heard before yet is worthy of repeating. A young boy was walking along a beach where many starfish had washed up on the sand. As he walked he saw some in the water, they were fine. Other starfish were at the water's edge.

Sat
04
Nov

Raise my taxes? You betcha

I'm going to - gleefully - vote to raise my taxes next Tuesday.

In this case, I'm going to vote yes on Washington County's ballot question to generate property-tax revenues to protect and enhance water resources, save woodlands and wildlife habitat and create new parks.

Sat
04
Nov

Reason No. 6 to yank a bar's license: 'death or great bodily harm' to patrons harm'

Bar owners, listen up: you're about to be put on notice.

If anyone gets shot in your establishment, be prepared for a 30-day closure.

If your customers have to duck and run a second time, you'll be looking at 60 days closed.

Sat
04
Nov

Hayden Heights librarian retires after 33 years

It was a day like any other day at the Hayden Heights Library.

Patrons came, patrons left.

But some of them - in fact, many of them, including Mayor Chris Coleman and City Council Member Dan Bostrom - came for a special reason Oct. 31.

Sat
04
Nov

Hayden Heights librarian retires after 33 years

It was a day like any other day at the Hayden Heights Library.

Patrons came, patrons left.

But some of them - in fact, many of them, including Mayor Chris Coleman and City Council Member Dan Bostrom - came for a special reason Oct. 31.

Fri
03
Nov

Taste and tradition

You know Great-Aunt Gertrude's lemon bars? The ones she's slated to bring to every family potluck and church supper? Now how much margarine did she use - or did it have to be butter? And can the lemon peel come from a jar or does it have to be "real"?

Fri
03
Nov

Taste and tradition

You know Great-Aunt Gertrude's lemon bars? The ones she's slated to bring to every family potluck and church supper? Now how much margarine did she use - or did it have to be butter? And can the lemon peel come from a jar or does it have to be "real"?

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