With spring finally here (really, it is!) local nonprofit Bridging is in dire need of the household goods its clients rely on to get back on their feet.
Bridging, formed in 1987, has offices in Roseville and Bloomington and serves, on average, 4,000 households annually, or about 75 per week. Between the two locations, Bridging has about 50,000 square-feet of warehouse space.
Maplewood police officers and Ramsey County sheriff’s deputies search Keller Lake Regional Park in Maplewood Tuesday morning, March 19, for the body of Kira Trevino, who was reported missing Feb. 24. (Photo/Johanna Holub)
The DIY fad is over--at least for the West St. Paul City Council.
The council decided in its March 11 workshop session it would seek help from an outside consultant after an in-house committee failed to hire a replacement for the city’s long-vacant city manager position.
It’s been said that good fences make for good neighbors.
Less certain is the impact of a series of towering walls that West St. Paul may be forced to erect in certain areas along Robert Street to mitigate the increase in traffic noise that will result from the city’s much-anticipated facelift of that corridor.
Having served as a library for over eight decades, the Arlington Hills Library may be up for bids to a private owner. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
U.S. President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation in 1916 creating the National Park Service.
The Chicago Cubs played their first game at Wrigley Field that year, and here in St. Paul, workers were building Arlington Hills Library.
The structure that has remained a hallmark of the Payne-Phalen community for over 90 years will soon be decommissioned.