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U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum town hall meetings

U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum will hold town hall meetings on Jan. 18 and Jan. 26 to discuss her work in Washington and to listen to Fourth District constituents and families about the issues that matter to them.

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15
Jan

Nominate your home for the 30th Minneapolis & St. Paul Home Tour

The Minneapolis and St. Paul Home Tour, April 29-30, is accepting applications with a first deadline of Jan. 16. On the tour, homeowners open their doors to share ideas based on their remodeling experience.

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15
Jan

Recycling changes Jan. 16

Many St. Paul residents will experience a recycling collection day change on Jan. 16. For the past few months, St. Paul has been handing out new recycling carts. If you still need a recycling cart, contact your local district council. 

Sun
15
Jan

2016: A year in review

The Review staff took time to look back at some of the top stories from the East Side during 2016. 

Sun
15
Jan

Neighbors want a positive re-use for Boys Totem Town


Boys Totem Town neighbors got together Jan. 9 at Highwood Hills Elementary to share their vision for their community. Neighbors broke up into small group to share ideas and thoughts.

Visioning workshop the first of many to connect with residents

Thu
12
Jan

West St. Paul starts year off with split note


Matt Fulton

Council divided on resignation of city manager Matt Fulton

Wed
11
Jan

Frozen retreat

Ice houses were set up on a frozen Lake Johanna in Arden Hills on Dec. 31.

Wed
11
Jan

At request of defendant’s attorneys, new judge assigned to Yanez case

A new head judge has been assigned to preside over the trial of Jeronimo Yanez, a St. Anthony police officer who shot and killed Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights last July.

Wed
11
Jan

Lowry Grove closure date extended, allows students to complete school year


Lowry Grove will stay open until June so students can complete the school year.

Students living at the Lowry Grove manufactured housing community in St. Anthony Village won’t have to bid their school friends farewell until the end of the academic year.

Wed
11
Jan

Lake Elmo will receive added sheriff’s office personnel in 2017

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office will add an employee to serve Lake Elmo.

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