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Fri
06
Oct

Rental license revoked for South St. Paul drive-by shooting duplex

The South St. Paul City Council was applauded Oct. 2 when it unanimously voted to revoke the rental license for a duplex that was the scene of the drive-by shooting in August.

Fri
06
Oct

Green light given to Highway 3 project


The Inver Grove Heights City Council granted municipal consent Sept. 28 to a reconstruction project on Highway 3 that will run from Highway 149 to Ann Marie Trail, and Highway 149 from Highway 3 to Rich Valley Boulevard, which is also County Road 71. submitted graphic

Inver Grove Heights grants municipal consent after delay.

 

Fri
06
Oct

The sights and sounds of the St. Paul Fall Art Crawl come to the East Side

The St. Paul Fall Art Crawl is Oct. 13, 14 and 15, and if you’re looking to stay local, the East Side will have quite a few stops. At all the locations below, the crawl runs 6-10 p.m. on Friday, 12-8 p.m. on Saturday and 12-5 p.m.

Fri
06
Oct

St. Paul Hiking Club - October, 2017


The St. Paul Hiking Club announces these October hikes:

 

Tue
03
Oct

Emma’s Place in Maplewood makes a difference


Emma’s Place, located on Van Dyke Street in Maplewood, was opened in 2002 and offers permanent townhouse-style homes and support services for single parent families with three or more children. Emma Norton Services, which runs Emma’s Place and works to end homelessness for women and families, is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Aundrea Kinney photo/Review

Emma Norton Services celebrates a century of fighting homelessnes.

 

Tue
03
Oct

Long lines plague the Maplewood DMV


Over the summer, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Driver and Vehicle Services division upgraded and replaced its 30-year-old vehicle services computer system. 

Tue
03
Oct

NEWSBRIEF: Meals on Wheels expands area served


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

Meals on Wheels is now serving all of Woodbury and Oakdale. Residents can now receive nutritious, freshly made meals delivered directly to their homes along with visits from volunteers.

Tue
03
Oct

NEWSBRIEF: At-home drug deactivation pouches provide safe disposal of prescription drugs


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

To mark National Drug Take-back day on Oct.

Mon
02
Oct

Falcon Heights council hopefuls discuss policing and other issues at candidate forum


The Sept. 25 League of Women Voters-sponsored Falcon Heights City Council candidate forum included all seven people running for two seats on the council. From left, Michael Wade, Paula Mielke, Mark Miazga, Melanie Leehy, incumbent Tony Fischer, Ronald Dixon and Tom Brace. Mike Munzenrider

The Roseville Area League of Women Voters held a brisk candidate forum Sept. 25 that included all seven people running for two spots on the Falcon Heights City Council.

Mon
02
Oct

Arden Hills site submitted as potential Amazon headquarters


Ramsey County officials have proposed that Amazon use part of the 427-acre Rice Creek Commons development for its second headquarters. Jesse Poole

Ramsey County wants Amazon. It made that clear when it proposed two possible locations for the Seattle-based online retailer’s second headquarters. One of those Ramsey County locations is in Arden Hills. 

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