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Thu
12
Feb

Police: baby's death may be homicide

Mother's boyfriend being held, autopsy planned

At 11:03 Thursday morning, Maplewood police and fire responders were called to a home where a baby was reportedly not breathing.

Thu
12
Feb

North St. Paul Veterans Memorial construction to begin this spring

The memorial design resembles the American flag and features a granite greeter monument, cut into the shape of Minnesota, along with a remembrance wall. (submitted graphic)
The memorial design resembles the American flag and features a granite greeter monument, cut into the shape of Minnesota, along with a remembrance wall. (submitted graphic)

On Thursday, two local Vietnam veterans, along with a city council member and local historian, undertook a mission far less risky than those faced by soldiers in combat.

Thu
12
Feb

Maplewood library planners, patrons hope new coffee shop stays

Kumpon Boonwong, co-owner of Cafe’ine, attends to a customer on a Friday afternoon. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Kumpon Boonwong, co-owner of Cafe’ine, attends to a customer on a Friday afternoon. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

There's plenty of foot traffic at the Maplewood library.

More than 350,000 visitors walked through its doors in 2014, says deputy director for Ramsey County libraries Sandy Walsh, making it the second busiest location in the Ramsey County library system.

Sat
07
Feb

Spate of auto theft on the rise in NSP

North St. Paul police plan to start using their new license plate reader this spring, after the Legislature provides some guidance on data retention. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
North St. Paul police plan to start using their new license plate reader this spring, after the Legislature provides some guidance on data retention. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

On a cold winter morning, Jan. 4, a person walking down Margaret Street approached an unattended, running vehicle in the North St. Paul City Hall parking lot, hopped in and drove off.

Sat
07
Feb

North St. Paul hiring for new director job

When city naturalists expressed the need for North St. Paul Parks and Recreation to conduct a survey of the Southwood Nature Preserve, where invasive plants are continuing to gain ground, Mayor Mike Kuehn was a bit surprised to discover this hadn't already been done.

Sat
07
Feb

New half-century, new city logo

New logo designer Barry McCullough and previous logo contest winner designer Ed Pehoski were on hand for the unveiling Jan. 27. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
New logo designer Barry McCullough and previous logo contest winner designer Ed Pehoski were on hand for the unveiling Jan. 27. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

As things change, they also stay the same. After 50 years of using its original snowman logo, the City of North St. Paul has now adopted: another snowman logo.

Wed
28
Jan

First, in-class visit, then ‘night at the museum’ for Weaver kids

The Science Museum of Minnesota will present its “Science Matters” program at Weaver Elementary School starting at 9:30 a.m. Jan.

Wed
28
Jan

New church to move into NSP furniture store

Pastor Ed Rhodes and his wife, Barbara. (submitted photo)
Pastor Ed Rhodes and his wife, Barbara. (submitted photo)

Over the weekend, Frank Slattery, owner of North St. Paul Furniture in downtown North St.

Thu
22
Jan

New North St. Paul logo shown Jan. 27

What the city is billing as “a new chapter for the community” — an official new North St. Paul logo — will be unveiled at City Hall Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers.

Thu
22
Jan

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