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Wed
02
Sep

Take a look at Rush Line Corridor

A neighborhood meeting about the Rush Line Corridor in Maplewood and on the East Side in St. Paul is scheduled for Sept. 10.

Wed
02
Sep

North St. Paul downtown plan still in works

On Aug. 18, the North St. Paul City Council met with city engineer Morgan Dawley and community planner Erin Perdu to hear what sort of vision residents and local businesses have for the future of the downtown strip.

Wed
02
Sep

Police still looking for man who shot Maplewood mother

At 6 a.m. Sunday, gunfire at the Trails Edge Townhomes in Maplewood claimed the life of 41-year-old April Marie Tennin, a mother of three.

Wed
02
Sep

Troop 150 honors seven new Eagle Scouts


(submitted photo)

Boy Scouts Troop 150 honored seven new Eagle Scouts at a special Court of Honor at Falcon Heights United Church of Christ on July 13.

Wed
02
Sep

How can adults and teens have fun on a playground? By building it

Design plans detail the new playground structure that will be installed at Tower Park in North St. Paul this fall. (submitted graphic)
Design plans detail the new playground structure that will be installed at Tower Park in North St. Paul this fall. (submitted graphic)

Whether they have construction skills or not, members of the public are invited to help build a new playground at Tower Park in North St. Paul.

Wed
02
Sep

Dog park in Lake Elmo a likelihood

Parks commission to hold public hearing Sept. 21
Dog owners in Lake Elmo may soon have a place for their four-legged friends to play off-leash in Sunfish Lake Park.
The city’s parks commission has been working on a proposal to create a fenced-in dog park to be located near the west entrance of the park, off Jamaca Avenue, just east of fire station No. 2.

Wed
02
Sep

District 622 School Board votes to place levy proposals on November ballot

Property-tax increase would average $29 per month
At an Aug. 25 North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School Board meeting, superintendent Christine Osorio said District 622 ranks dead last when it comes to per-pupil funding out of the 20 largest metro-area school districts.
District 622 needs to double its per-pupil spending, Osorio said, or risk falling even further behind.

Wed
02
Sep

Grabbing a second chance at work

Kate Schaefers, left, represented AARP with other executive members at this year’s Pride festival in Minneapolis. (Submitted photo)
Kate Schaefers, left, represented AARP with other executive members at this year’s Pride festival in Minneapolis. (Submitted photo)

Shoreview's Kate Schaefers specializes in midlife transitions
As most people near the middle of their lives, they begin to think about retirement.
But for an increasing number of them, attitudes about work and retirement during the second half of their lives are changing.

Wed
02
Sep

Cabbie helps nab fleeing suspects

Hunter Carlstrom
Hunter Carlstrom

Victim recovering from assault wounds
Around 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 26, the Ramsey County Sheriff's office received the first of many calls about a person sprawled on the ground along the eastbound lane of Interstate 694 in Arden Hills.

Tue
01
Sep

‘Pioneer Girl’ presentation at Roseville Library

Editor to discuss Laura Ingalls Wilder's autobiography
For many, a love of Laura Ingalls Wilder's books begins in childhood. Pamela Smith Hill, a novelist and author of a Wilder biography, and most recently, the editor of "Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography" of Wilder, tells a similar tale.

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