East Side Review

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05
Mar

Recognized for finding their callings

South St. Paul teachers are semi-finalists for Teacher of the Year

 

Two South St. Paul Secondary teachers are still in the running for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award after making it to the semifinals. 

Tue
05
Mar

Your Medicare Annual Wellness visit: Preventive care, health planning at no extra cost

Once you become eligible for Medicare, you’ll likely start hearing about something called an Annual Wellness Visit.

Many people think an annual wellness visit and a physical are one and the same, but they’re not.

Tue
05
Mar

Ward 6 candidates talk city issues at forum

All five St. Paul City Council Ward 6 candidates got together for a forum Feb. 27 at the East Side Freedom Library. 

Tue
05
Mar

East Side Review - Police Reports • Thursday, Feb. 7 — Wednesday, Feb. 13

Thursday, Feb. 7 — Wednesday, Feb. 13

Tue
05
Mar

4 East Side teachers among Teacher of the Year semifinalists

A panel of community leaders has narrowed 168 candidates down to 40 semifinalists for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. 

Among the semifinalists are four East Side teachers from Harding High School and Eastern Heights Elementary.

Tue
05
Mar

North St. Paul is over the empty-lot look


The empty former city hall site on Seventh Avenue East in North St. Paul could be replaced with a three-story, 87-unit apartment complex with a restaurant on the first floor with outdoor seating.

City has numerous housing development in the works​

 

Being quaint no longer cuts it for North St. Paul brass. The days of maintaining low density are over. 

Tue
05
Mar

North St. Paul wind turbine turns 10, is shut down for maintenance


Solomon Gustavo/Review The North St. Paul turbine, a city icon, has been shut down for repairs.

It’s been a decade since the city began building the wind turbine towering over the North St. Paul electric utility building at 2400 Margaret St. 

In that time, the turbine has become a city icon. 

Mon
25
Feb

Urban Roots celebrating 50th anniversary


file photo Urban Roots, the East Side youth urban agriculture nonprofit, will be spending 2019 celebrating its 50th anniversary. The organization has a number of gardens across the East Side, including its original garden on the corner of Third Street and Maria Avenue, which it established in 1996.

East Side youth nonprofit Urban Roots will spend 2019 celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Mon
25
Feb

A show of belief: Local students awarded Ann Bancroft Foundation grants


submitted photos Colibri Lopez-Munoz, above, and Addie Cooper, both on Visitation School’s Robettes FIRST Robotics team, were selected as grant recipients by the Ann Bancroft Foundation. They will use their grant money to help pay team dues this year.

The Ann Bancroft Foundation recently awarded grants to 373 Minnesota girls — two of the lucky recipients attend Visitation School.

Mon
25
Feb

Fight continues to cut into Robert Street price tag

Bills introduced by local lawmakers to offset West St. Paul’s costs

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