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16
Oct

Falcon Heights adds more permitting to deter student parking


Listening to resident feedback, the Falcon Heights City Council voted Oct. 11 to expand permit parking in the Falcon Woods neighborhood to include all of Moore Street. University of Minnesota students often park in the neighborhood, which is a short walk or bike ride from the St. Paul campus. courtesy of City of Falcon Heights

Just prior to the Falcon Heights City Council’s Oct. 11 approval of expanded permit parking in more, but not all of the Falcon Woods neighborhood, council member Pamela Harris made a prediction.

Sat
14
Oct

St. Paul Public School Board candidates discuss school safety, enrollment and a new vision

ELECTION 2017


The St. Paul Public School Board has three seats up for grabs this year. Two incumbents, John Brodrick and Jeanelle Foster, are running for reelection, leaving one spot open for a new face.

Sat
14
Oct

St. Paul mayoral candidates address neighborhood inequities, subsidies and education

ELECTION 2017


It would be an understatement to say the ballot for the St. Paul mayoral race is little full. 

Sat
14
Oct

New hotel coming to Mendota Heights


The Mendota Heights City Council approved permitting Oct. 3 for a new 122-room WoodSpring Hotel that will be near Pilot Knob Road and Interstate 494. submitted graphic

Mendota Heights will be getting a new hotel after a conditional use permit was approved unanimously by the city council on Oct. 3. 

Fri
13
Oct

Inver Grove Heights moves forward with plans for new fire station

At its Oct. 9 meeting, the Inver Grove Heights City Council unanimously approved a purchase agreement with William and Muriel Carlson for their property located at Highway 52/55 and Concord Boulevard. 

Fri
13
Oct

Man shot and killed by St. Paul police following domestic violence call

A man was shot and killed by St. Paul police officers Oct. 5 after officers responded to reports of shots fired and domestic violence in the 400 block of Earl Street in the East Side neighborhood of Dayton’s Bluff.

Tue
10
Oct

String of area gas stations robbed at gunpoint


A person of interest has been identified in response to four robberies that occurred on Sept. 28 and 29. Photo courtesy of the Oakdale Police Department

One man allegedly robbed four area gas stations between Sept. 28 and 29. The Oakdale, Maplewood and North St. Paul police departments teamed up to identify a suspect who allegedly robbed gas stations in all three communities.

Mon
09
Oct

Roseville chief discusses police policy at town hall meeting


Roseville police Chief Rick Mathwig took questions from residents Oct. 2 at the Roseville Skating Center during a town hall-style Imagine Roseville community discussion. Mike Munzenrider/photo

Roseville police Chief Rick Mathwig answered questions from the public Oct. 2 at the Roseville Skating Center, discussing immigration issues, his department’s hiring policies and what’s changed since the police killing of Philando Castile.

Mon
09
Oct

Developer addresses density concerns at Lowry Grove redevelopment

New proposal has  100 fewer units.

Mon
09
Oct

Mounds View grants liquor license to movie theater


Though its signs haven’t changed yet, the former Carmike Wynnsong 15 in Mounds View is now owned by New Vision Theatres, a company based out of Westfield, New Jersey. Under its new name — Mounds View 15 — the theater will soon begin selling alcoholic drinks to moviegoers. Jesse Poole/photo

Mounds View has just one movie theater, and with its population of 13,000 residents, and a geographical area of approximately four square miles, Mayor Carol Mueller says “that makes sense.”

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