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Harmon Park project hits snag


A splash pad would accompany a brand new playground in the new construction plans. (submitted photo)

Bid comes in at $2 million more than expected
After rejecting the only construction bid it received for a major redevelopment at Harmon Park, the West St. Paul City Council decided to split the project into two parts and restart the bidding process.

Mon
23
Jun

Volunteers landscape Zack Mohs’ home


Cheryl Young and Zack Mohs thanked volunteers, after they landscaped the yard around the house built with donations and volunteers in South St. Paul. Mohs sustained severe injuries from a hit-and-run in Anchorage, Alaska, in September of 2012 and the house has helped him become more independent. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

Nearly 2 years after hit-and-run, South St. Paul man regains independence
After a vehicle hit and dragged Zack Mohs when he tried to cross an intersection nearly two years ago, leaving him with an amputated leg, brain damage and extensive fractures, he and his family weren’t sure he would live, let alone live in his own home.

Mon
23
Jun

Dayton’s Bluff looking to grow a market


“Market on the Bluff” is a project of the Dayton’s Bluff community council. The council’s hoping to build up a farmer’s market in the neighborhood. (photo courtesy of Diane May)

Now in its second year, the organizers of the Dayton’s Bluff “Market on the Bluff” are hoping to create momentum for a community farmers market.

Mon
23
Jun

City requires CP Rail to go through more intense study for Pig’s Eye expansion


Canadian Pacific Railroad is seeking to expand their tracks at Dunn Yard - the proposed project was recently delayed by a City of St. Paul decision to do further in-depth analysis on the project, looking at possible environmental effects it could have on nearby wetlands, among other concerns. (file photo)

Canadian Pacific Railroad’s plans for rail expansions in St. Paul are getting a little off track -- the city of St.

Mon
23
Jun

Arlington Hills teen center already a hub of activity


Teens hang out in the new Createch Studio, a space at the recently opened Arlington Hills Community Center that’s designed exclusively for teens. The space has been open about a month, already has well over 200 teens as members, and sees new faces every day. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

First of its kind for St. Paul, teen tech area serving its purpose
It’s about a month into the opening of the new teen center at Arlington Hills Community Center, and the place is already abuzz.

Mon
23
Jun

Odor ordinance under consideration

SSP working with businesses to curb offensive smells
South St. Paul officials are fed up with the town’s odor problems.

Mon
23
Jun

Flooding concerns


Linda E. Andersen/Review

The rain just kept falling last week, causing Mississippi River floodwaters to submerge the public boat landing area under the Interstate 494 Wakota Bridge in South St. Paul.

Fri
20
Jun

Christino Rosario, 18, sentenced for murder of West St. Paul man


Christino Andres Rosario

Co-conspirator, also 18, makes guilty plea
Christino Andres Rosario, 18, of St. Paul was sentenced on Thursday, June 19 to 10 1/2 years in prison for committing second-degree murder. Rosario and two others, were found guilty for killing 31-year-old Luis David Reyes-Galvan.
Malik Jamal Alize Farmer, 18, of St. Paul pleaded guilty to second-degree murder the same day, and was also sentenced to 10 1/2 years in prison.

Thu
19
Jun

Summerfest Grande Parade cancelled

The city of Oakdale has called off tonight’s Ted Bearth Grande Parade due to the threat of incoming severe weather. The parade will not be rescheduled.

Thu
19
Jun

Roseville police officer denies brutality allegations


(dashcam photo courtesy of Roseville Police Department)

Council met in closed session June 18 to discuss case
One of the Roseville police officers named as a defendant in a police brutality lawsuit has filed a response to the case, denying the alleged abuse.

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