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Tue
27
Mar

Little Canada floats daytime sprinkling ban

As spring breaks through and visions of green grass and flowing water come to mind, the Little Canada City Council is looking at an ordinance that could change some residents’ summer watering habits.

Tue
27
Mar

Shoreview extending city water to homes currently on wells

Residents initially balk at cost

At its March 19 meeting following a public hearing, the Shoreview City Council passed a resolution making plans to extend the city water system to Dale Courts North and South. 

Tue
27
Mar

Roseville needs help naming its two new parks


courtesy of City of Roseville • Roseville is seeking input on names for its two new parks, one in the southwest corner of the city at 2134 Cleveland Ave. and the other in the southeast corner of the city at 1716 Marion St. Arrows mark the site of each.

Earlier this year, the Roseville City Council approved master plans and a half million dollars in funding for two new parks and now the city is looking for help to name them.

Tue
27
Mar

Ramsey County announces this year’s area road projects

With pothole season in full swing, Ramsey County has released a list of its planned road construction projects for 2018, yet another sign of spring.

Mon
26
Mar

Something smells in South St. Paul

Residents file class action lawsuit against Sanimax

 

Mon
26
Mar

SNAPSHOTS: A new mayor in town

photos courtesy of Deb Griffith • On March 19, South St. Paul had a new mayor ...

Mon
26
Mar

East Sider wins prestigious Bush Fellowship


submitted photo • East Sider Pheng Thao has been awarded a Bush Fellowship to study culturally responsive ways to address gender-based violence in the Hmong community.

Out of 751 total applicants for the 2018 Bush Foundation Fellowship, 24 people, including a local East Sider, have been awarded fellowships to help them develop their leadership skills. The fellowship recipients were announced March 20.

Mon
26
Mar

SNAPSHOTS: The smell of cookies is almost in the air ...

courtesy of Cookie Cart • The eagerly anticipated Cookie Cart bakery at 946 Payne Ave. is scheduled to have its grand opening on May 17.

Mon
26
Mar

Party bus gathering turns deadly in Inver Grove Heights

Police still searching for suspect

A fight between two groups of men on a party bus turned deadly in the early morning hours of March 24 outside an Inver Grove Heights AMC movie theater.

Sun
25
Mar

SNAPSHOT: Henry Sibley students speak out against flavored tobacco sales

Hannah Burlingame/Review • At the March 20 Mendota Heights City Council meeting, a group of students from Henry Sibley High School gave a presentation on why the sale of flavored tobacco products outside of tobacco-only shops should be ban

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