East Side Review

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Gone but not forgotten: Patrick remembered 5 years on


Community members, city officials, police officers and family and friends of officer Scott Patrick gathered at the corner of Dodd Road and Smith Avenue July 30 to remember Patrick on the fifth anniversary of his death. He was shot to death at the intersection by the driver of a car he’d pulled over for a traffic stop. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)

The intersection of Dodd Road and Smith Avenue on July 30 was filled with family, friends, law enforcement and community members who gathered to remember officer Scott Patrick five years after he was killed in the line of duty.

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6 ways to create community in your neighborhood

It’s easy to see the value of living in caring neighborhoods and being good neighbors.

Consider these suggestions aimed at promoting a kinder, friendlier environment.

Mon
05
Aug

5 signs you should seek medical treatment for your headache

You’ve been there before — you wake up and immediately feel the pulsing in your head, you get to work and can feel the pounding pressure mounting as you move between looking at your computer screen and meetings, you’re gearing up for a fun day out

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05
Aug

Parkway players are state champions


The team played great and one athlete in particular, Francisco Gallegos Jr. had a stellar performance in game two — a win for Parkway vs. Plymouth in the state tournament. He pitched the entire game, hit a more than 200-foot and over the fence homerun, had two doubles, a walk and three RBIs. (photos courtesy of Shannon Tesser)

The Parkway Little League 10U All Stars are state champs. The success started earlier this summer, with the team winning the District 2 Championship — while going undefeated in the tournament — on July 17 against Shoreview.

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31
Jul

In memory: The community remembers Crist Langelett


Crist Langelett

A holder of many titles and roles, longtime Lillie Suburban Newspapers guest columnist Crist Langelett died July 21. He was 88 years old.

Mon
29
Jul

Layers of plans and studies have Indian Mounds neighbors wondering what’s going on

Confusion was the main topic during a community listening session about Indian Mounds Regional Park July 22 at the Marian Center in St. Paul.

Mon
29
Jul

What’s more nutritous?

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. Which is more nutritious — a Big Mac or a BLT on a croissant?

Mon
29
Jul

Swede Hollow Master Plan approaches finish line


Work on the Swede Hollow Master Plan is close to being complete, with city staffers planning to have a final version ready to go in September. Project manager Cheeneng Yang is looking for feedback from the community on prioritizing a list of potential projects included in the plan. (graphics courtesy of City of St. Paul)

Planners still seeking feedback from community

 

Another update on the Swede Hollow Park Master Plan was shared during a July 23 Payne-Phalen Community Council meeting.

Mon
29
Jul

5 easy hacks to get outdoors this summer

DNR’s state parks and trails director shares tips to get Minnesotans outside

 

The Department of Natural Resources offers a number of tips for busy Minnesotans to reduce the burden of planning an outdoor adventure.  

Mon
29
Jul

Lending a helping hand

photos courtesy Randi Prebil

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