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Wed
11
Jun

TCAAP demolition ends with a ceremony


Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman, right, addressed a crowd of 50 people at a ceremony to mark the demolition of the final building standing at TCAAP. (photos by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) entered a new phase of redevelopment on June 6, with a ceremony as demolition on the last remaining building began at the vast, 427 acre site in Arden Hills.

Wed
11
Jun

As cable franchise negotiations continue, Shoreview and St. Anthony stake their claims

Ahead of a June 20 deadline on which date the 10 cities that make up the North Suburban Communications Commission (NSCC) must preliminarily accept or deny a new franchise proposal from Comcast, Shoreview is waiting out the clock on its decision wh

Tue
10
Jun

Ramsey County election filings show familiar faces, few challengers

The candidates are all filed for the 2014 general election, and the ballot for East Siders looks like it will have a lot of familiar names listed.

Incumbent Ramsey County Attorney John Choi is running uncontested for a second term.

Tue
10
Jun

Damage from heavy rains closes Hwy. 13 in Mendota


Map of closed stretch of Highway 13 in Mendota

Highway 13 (Sibley Memorial Highway) between Second Street and Lexington Avenue near Mendota closed for emergency repairs Tuesday, due to weather damage.

Tue
10
Jun

West St. Paul police put down injured bear roaming in populated area


A black bear was spotted in Inver Grove Heights recently. There have been a flurry of sightings reported online via social media and to area police. (Submitted photo)

Bear's body given to resident for butchering
Surrounded by joggers, curious onlookers and visitors of Harmon Park across the street, a West St. Paul police officer shot and killed an injured black bear in the interest of public safety early June 7 in the parking lot of a small apartment complex, authorities say.

Tue
10
Jun

Two guys, one dream and a lot of spirit(s)


Jesse Griffin, left, and Jon Bohlinger, right, who have been friends for 15 years, hope to open Gentleman Scholar Distillery in Lauderdale by the end of the summer. The distillery is home to two 26-gallon stills, pictured above. (Johanna Holub/Review)

Gentleman Scholar founders hope to launch distillery in Lauderdale
In the next few months, the city of Lauderdale could have a new business in operation within its boundaries - and simply put, its products will be intoxicating.

Tue
10
Jun

Falcon Heights takes a look at parks improvement study results

Council members express concerns about ADA non-compliance
At a work session June 4, Falcon Heights council members and city staff dove into a report regarding the state of its municipal parks. The improvement study, which was compiled by consulting firm WSB & Associates, looked at a number of different aspects involving the city’s three parks, Community Park, Curtiss Field Park and University Grove Park.

Tue
10
Jun

Little Canada orders preliminary plans for quiet zones

With a secured funding source, municipal ally and a knowledgeable consultant, Little Canada is ready to roll into the creation and implementation of railroad quiet zones within city limits.

Tue
10
Jun

No election primaries this year in Roseville, Ramsey County

Filing for city council, county commission and the state House of Representatives closed June 3.

Mon
09
Jun

Eastern District police commander retires


Joe Neuberger, former senior commander for the St. Paul Police Department’s Eastern District, retired (submitted photo)

Neuberger takes a pension and a state job
Thirty-five years to the day from when he started on the St. Paul police force, former Eastern District senior commander Joe Neuberger is out.

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