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06
Dec

Oakdale gifts residents silent nights, just in time for the holidays


Aundrea Kinney/Review • After a final inspection, Oakdale will be a railroad quiet zone, where locomotive engineers will no longer be required to blow their train horns before reaching rail crossings at Oakdale streets. To avoid crossing collisions, signs and medians were installed at the city’s four at-grade crossings, such as the one on Hadley Avenue near Menards.

City’s rail crossings set to become quiet zones

 

Oakdale residents will soon be able to say goodbye to sleepless nights — or at least to waking up in the middle of the night to train horns blaring. 

Wed
06
Dec

SNAPSHOT: Dressed in holiday style

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (Aundrea Kinney/Review)

Wed
06
Dec

SNAPSHOT: Maplewood residents send gifts around the world

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (submitted photos)

Mon
04
Dec

Roseville ‘brewstillery’ pushing for state law change


Mike Munzenrider • Bartley Blume, who owns Roseville’s Bent Brewstillery, is pushing for a change in state law that would allow for businesses such as his, which makes beer and spirits, to sell both at the site of production. Blume is seen in the Bent taproom with the brewstillery’s second whiskey offering, One-Twenty, which went on sale Dec. 2.

Minnesota state law is clear: If a company both brews beer and distills spirits, it can have a taproom or a cocktail room where its production takes place, but it can’t have both.

Mon
04
Dec

New Lowry Grove development planning presented at community meeting


Solomon Gustavo • A participant at the Nov. 27 Lowry Grove development open house at St. Anthony Village High School asks a question about affordable housing nonprofit orginization Aeon. St. Anthony City Council members Hal Gray and Jan Jenson stand and listen on.

The Village, LLC, which owns the Lowry Grove site, has regrouped since its development proposal was rejected by the St. Anthony City Council in October. 

Mon
04
Dec

SNAPSHOT: Still giving thanks

SNAPSHOTS - because sometimes all you need is a few great photos and a few words. (Mike Munzenrider)

Mon
04
Dec

Community memorializes teens killed in Arden Hills crash


Solomon Gustavo photo • Mounds View High School students and community members gathered on the grounds of North Heights Lutheran Church in Arden Hills for a memorial service Dec. 1 to remember Mounds View students Stephanie Carlson and Bridget Giere. Both died in a car crash in Arden Hills on Dec. 1, 2016. Both were 16.

It’s been a year since two Mounds View High school students, Stephanie Carlson and Bridget Giere, both 16, were killed in a car crash in Arden Hills on Dec. 1, 2016. 

Sun
03
Dec

Phalen Creek may soon see some daylight


courtesy of Inter-Fluve • A technical study conducted by Inter-Fluve on behalf of the Lower Phalen Creek Project looked at two areas where Phalen Creek could be brought back above ground, or “daylighted.” The areas, which on themap are identifed as “Reach 7” and “Reach 5,” were determined based on geology, topography, soil quality and land usage, among other factors.

When the Lower Phalen Creek Project was established in 1997, it was created in order to plan a project to “daylight” Phalen Creek.

Sun
03
Dec

Mendota Heights apartment complex gets final approval


Hannah Burlingame/Review • While the sign still stands, the site of the former Mendota Motel off Highway 13 in Mendota Heights is a blank slate for a new apartment development.

City is sued over project

 

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