East Side Review

Mon
02
Sep

Bells that won’t stop ringing


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

On Aug. 27, 1920, women in South St. Paul were the first in the nation to vote under the 19th Amendment, which was ratified a week prior giving women the right to vote.

Mon
02
Sep

Inver Grove Heights council denies zoning amendment for church relocation

The Inver Grove Heights City Council found itself faced with a question Aug. 26: Is a church in a community shopping area the right fit to fill a building that has sat vacant for more than a decade?

Mon
02
Sep

Hillcrest master plan work to begin in October

City looking for citizens to help guide process

 

As summer winds down and turns to fall, work on planning the future of the former Hillcrest Golf Course is beginning to wind up. 

Mon
02
Sep

Rooms to watch movies

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

Q. Does the Roseville Library have rooms where people can view DVDs that they have checked out from the library?

Mon
02
Sep

Simley High School Hall of Fame to induct five new members

The Simley High School Hall of Fame exists to honor individuals who have distinguished themselves in the areas of academic achievement, athletic achievement and/or humanitarian achievement.

Mon
02
Sep

East Side Review - Thursday, Aug. 8— Wednesday, Aug. 14

Thursday, Aug. 8— Wednesday, Aug. 14

Mon
02
Sep

Are you getting enough protein in your diet?

You may have noticed protein bars and shakes popping up at grocery stores or gyms. Coverage of the benefits of protein is all the rage.

Mon
26
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Let the good times roll


courtesy of Dakota County

On Aug. 15, 33 bicyclists of all ages rode their way from Pine Bend Elementary School to the new Pine Bend Bluffs Trailhead in Inver Grove Heights.

Mon
26
Aug

Mendota Heights OKs purchase agreement with senior housing developer


The Mendota Heights City Council on Aug. 20 approved a purchase agreement with a developer that plans to build senior housing and a restaurant on the city-owned land near the Village at Mendota Heights off Maple Street and Dodd Road. (courtesy of City of Mendota Heights)

The Mendota Heights City Council on Aug. 20 voted to approve a purchase agreement with a developer to buy the city-owned Village Lots off Maple Street and Dodd Road.

Mon
26
Aug

Developers looking to create affordable apartments at 520 Payne Ave.


Developers from JO Companies and Newport Midwest are proposing to build a 45- to 60-unit affordable apartment building on the vacant lot at 520 Payne Ave. During a recent community meeting to collect design feedback, neighbors turned the gathering into a discussion about affordable housing needs on the East Side and whether this specific lot would be an appropriate location for such housing. (file image)

Design discussion turns to larger issue of affordable housing

 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - East Side Review
Comment Here