East Side Review

Mon
27
Feb

Will practice make perfect for these pirates?

When the curtain parts March 1, close to 20 Johnson High School kids will get to test their mettle: to see if the months of practice they’ve put into “Pirates of Penzance” comes across as the classic, comic musical they know it to be.

Mon
20
Feb

Passenger in hit-and-run vehicle has been pronounced dead at Regions Hospital

Brian Fitzpatrick, the 18-year-old Minneapolis man who was critically injured in a hit and run accident on Jan. 13, was pronounced dead at 9:44 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11, at Regions Hospital. The accident occurred at Old Hudson Road and Hazel Street on St.

Mon
20
Feb

Maplewood woman critically injured in single-car accident

On Feb. 11 at 6:57 a.m. a 21-year-old Maplewood woman was critically injured in a single car accident n the Battle Creek neighborhood of St. Paul. The 21-year-old’s Pontiac Grand Am was traveling South on McKnight Rd approaching Lower Afton Rd.

Mon
20
Feb

City employee charged with criminal sexual conduct

During the afternoon of Feb. 5, St. Paul Police received a complaint that an adult recreation center employee committed the crime of criminal sexual conduct. The victim, a 14-year-old boy, told police that the crimes first occurred in the spring of 2005 and subsequently during the fall of 2005.

Mon
20
Feb

City seeks nominations of outstanding city employees to receive annual Karl Neid Community Involvement Award

The city of St. Paul is seeking nominations of an outstanding city employee to be selected as the recipient of the 14th Karl Neid Community Involvement Award. This award was established in 1993 to honor the late Karl Neid, an East Sider, who was both a city employee and City Council member.

Mon
20
Feb

Dying: A guide for beginners

The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library presents “Dying: A Guide for Beginners,” as a part of the award-winning Healing Spirits series, an exploration of the healing process and paths toward well-being. When it comes to the end of life, we’re all beginners.

Mon
20
Feb

Police say ‘no more’ to the Police Blotter

I have some news — bad news — for those readers who enjoy the East Side Review’s Police Blotter. Judging by your phone calls, there’s quite a few of you.

The Police Blotter is gone. And it’s not coming back without your help.

Mon
20
Feb

Party turns violent in Battle Creek neighborhood

On Feb. 12 at 1:51 a.m. St. Paul Police responded to the 2200 block of Glenridge Ave. after multiple callers reported hearing gun fire near a large group of teens. When officers arrived they found the group around a 1994 Corsica parked near the corner of McKnight and Glenridge.

Mon
20
Feb

Daughters of the American Revolution, Nathan Hale Chapter

Do you have any relatives that fought in the Revolutionary War?

We would like to invite any women who are interested in genealogy and American history to our upcoming meeting.

Mon
20
Feb

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