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Fri
09
Nov

Wide margins separate winners in West St. Paul race

Voters approve street-funding sales tax

 

Fri
09
Nov

Incumbents hold onto seats in Mendota Heights

Incumbent knocked off IGH council

 

There won’t be many changes to the city councils in Inver Grove Heights and Mendota Heights after the ballots were counted Nov. 6.

Fri
09
Nov

Newcomers emerge from close races in South St. Paul

There will be two new faces joining the South St. Paul City Council come the new year. 

Tue
06
Nov

Hill-Murray football player placed in coma


submitted photo Hill-Murray School senior football player Zach Zarembinski was placed in a medically induced coma after collapsing during an Oct. 27 football game and receiving treatement for a brain bleed.

Community pitches in thousands of dollars 

 

Tue
06
Nov

Back to the future: Me, Maplewood, movie places and you


Solomon Gustavo/Review Home Video on Stillwater Avenue in Maplewood, now closed, served as the pop culture portal for at least one strict family.

Hey, it’s me, the new Review editor. I lived in Maplewood from early middle school until my sophomore year in high school. 

Tue
06
Nov

Too much junk mail?

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

 

Mon
05
Nov

Banks, law enforcement, raise red flag on phone scams

The shocking details just kept piling up: the woman’s grandson was in jail in New Jersey, he’d been charged with DWI and had hit a pregnant woman with his car.

Mon
05
Nov

Lauderdale ups tobacco purchase age

Arden Hills takes look at age increase this month​

The Lauderdale City Council voted last month to raise the tobacco sales age in the community from 18 to 21, joining more than a dozen Minnesota cities in doing so.

Mon
05
Nov

Little Canada man charged for allegedly firing gun at youth football game


Lemar Eugene Anderson

A Little Canada man who allegedly fired a gun at a youth football game in St. Paul was charged Oct. 29 with a felony and could face up to five years in prison.

Mon
05
Nov

Extra: Hill-Murray takes on musical ‘Newsies’


Solomon Gustavo Hill-Murray School junior and cast member of the school’s production of the musical “Newsies” Kari Lambert used the set printing press during an Oct. 30 rehearsal. The play, about the 1899 newspaper strike, runs at the school weekends through Nov. 19.

Acrobatic dancing, intricate songs and detailed sets are hallmarks of the technically challenging musical “Newsies.”

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