The 15-acre Lowry Grove RV park in St. Anthony is being sold for an undisclosed amount of money to a developer. Residents at the park have a year to relocate or find new housing. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
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The residents of nearly 100 homes in St. Anthony were told April 27 that they would have to pack up and leave within a year’s time. According to the owners of Lowry Grove, LLP, a trailer park located at 2501 Lowry Avenue N.E., the property is being sold to a developer for an undisclosed price.... + continue reading

Charlotte pulls out the invasive plant by the roots at Southwood Nature Preserve.

A huge flag stood between two trucks outside the North St. Paul Fire Department for the funeral procession of their colleague Anthony Amon April 26.(Linda Baumeister/Review)
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                On April 26, people passing North St. Paul City Hall noticed the American flag hanging above Margaret Street. The flag was strung between the ladders of two fire trucks, one parked on either side of the street. City... + continue reading

The Maplewood Fire/EMS workgroup will be making recommendations to the city council. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Sustainability of ambulance service is being studied This past February, a Fire/EMS study group was created to investigate the service levels and sustainability of the Maplewood Fire and EMS Department. The Fire/EMS workgroup will present a full review of its findings and a recommendation... + continue reading

Cub has expanded health and beauty sections in some of its stores, but according to Darren Caudill, Cub’s vice president of merchandising and sales, the company decided to revamp the department to create the atmosphere of a vitamin shop for the new Oakdale store. (Aundrea Kinney photos/Review)
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The new Cub Foods store going into Bergen Plaza has been a bit of a mystery since the October announcement last year of the company’s plans to renovate the plaza’s former-Kmart building.  Since interior renovation work began, little had been said about what would be in the new 84,583-square... + continue reading

The 15-acre Lowry Grove RV park in St. Anthony is being sold for an undisclosed amount of money to a developer. Residents at the park have a year to relocate or find new housing. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)

Charlotte pulls out the invasive plant by the roots at Southwood Nature Preserve.

A huge flag stood between two trucks outside the North St. Paul Fire Department for the funeral procession of their colleague Anthony Amon April 26.(Linda Baumeister/Review)

The Maplewood Fire/EMS workgroup will be making recommendations to the city council. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Cub has expanded health and beauty sections in some of its stores, but according to Darren Caudill, Cub’s vice president of merchandising and sales, the company decided to revamp the department to create the atmosphere of a vitamin shop for the new Oakdale store. (Aundrea Kinney photos/Review)

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The 15-acre Lowry Grove RV park in St. Anthony is being sold for an undisclosed amount of money to a developer. Residents at the park have a year to relocate or find new housing. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
Wednesday, 05/04/16
The residents of nearly 100 homes in St. Anthony were told April 27 that they would have to pack up and leave within a year’s time. According to the owners of Lowry Grove, LLP, a trailer park located at 2501 Lowry Avenue N.E., the property is being sold to a developer for an undisclosed... + continue reading

A huge flag stood between two trucks outside the North St. Paul Fire Department for the funeral procession of their colleague Anthony Amon April 26.(Linda Baumeister/Review)
Wednesday, 05/04/16
                On April 26, people passing North St. Paul City Hall noticed the American flag hanging above Margaret Street. The flag was strung between the ladders of two fire trucks, one parked on either side of the street... + continue reading

Charlotte pulls out the invasive plant by the roots at Southwood Nature Preserve.
Wednesday, 05/04/16

Connie Hanson remodeled a green bridesmaid’s dress, which restyled for her senior prom in Barrett. (submitted photos)
Wednesday, 05/04/16
The weather outside is getting warmer and that means ’tis the season — not the one that falls in December, but the spring one — the prom season. This special dance is a rite of passage, a memorable and hopefully fun-filled evening.  Teens have been going to proms for decades,... + continue reading
Wednesday, 05/04/16
With announcements of several leadership positions being vacated in the near future, Mounds View Public Schools is in the midst of change. At the end of March Superintendent Dan Hoverman announced his intention to retire at the end of the current school year, effective June 30.... + continue reading

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East Side Review

Sunday, 05/01/16
Thursday, March 31 — Wednesday, April 6 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The East Side... + continue reading

Krista Welle’s fourth grade class, from left to right, Chiashee, Audrey, Natalie, Olivia, Giovanni, Michael, Krista Welle, Matteo, Gabe, Sean, Orlando and Christopher. (Marjorie Otto/Review)
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Leilani Holmstadt of Cottage Grove announced her plans to run for the open state Senate District 54 seat on April 23, two days after receiving the Republican Party endorsement for the seat. “I... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada


The more than 90,000-square-foot new Bell Museum and Planetarium set to be built at the corner of Larpenteur and Cleveland avenues in Falcon Heights will feature a garden pond with natural plantings. (courtesy of University of Minnesota)
Tuesday, 05/03/16
The St. Paul campus of the University of Minnesota is getting its gateway building. That’s how U of M Regent Tom Devine described the new Bell Museum and Planetarium that will be built in Falcon... + continue reading

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A long-ago dumped Cadillac was found in Roseville’s Langton Lake April 17. Police say nothing of interest was found inside. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)
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Now that it’s out of the lake, police are trying to track down the car’s owner, most likely, they say, an insurance company. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)
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Neighborhood slueth Karin Kingen says she used one of the car’s hubcaps and internet searches to date the Cadillac to 1968, but police say it’s a ‘67. (courtesy of Karin Kingen)
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Cub has expanded health and beauty sections in some of its stores, but according to Darren Caudill, Cub’s vice president of merchandising and sales, the company decided to revamp the department to create the atmosphere of a vitamin shop for the new Oakdale store. (Aundrea Kinney photos/Review)
Wednesday, 05/04/16
The new Cub Foods store going into Bergen Plaza has been a bit of a mystery since the October announcement last year of the company’s plans to renovate the plaza’s former-Kmart building. ... + continue reading

The Maplewood Fire/EMS workgroup will be making recommendations to the city council. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
05/04/16

A huge flag stood between two trucks outside the North St. Paul Fire Department for the funeral procession of their colleague Anthony Amon April 26.(Linda Baumeister/Review)
05/04/16

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Charlotte pulls out the invasive plant by the roots at Southwood Nature Preserve.
Wednesday, 05/04/16

Connie Hanson remodeled a green bridesmaid’s dress, which restyled for her senior prom in Barrett. (submitted photos)
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Cub has expanded health and beauty sections in some of its stores, but according to Darren Caudill, Cub’s vice president of merchandising and sales, the company decided to revamp the department to create the atmosphere of a vitamin shop for the new Oakdale store. (Aundrea Kinney photos/Review)
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The 15-acre Lowry Grove RV park in St. Anthony is being sold for an undisclosed amount of money to a developer. Residents at the park have a year to relocate or find new housing. (Jesse Poole/Bulletin)
05/04/2016
The residents of nearly 100 homes in St. Anthony were told April 27 that they would have to pack up and leave within a year’s time. According to the owners of Lowry Grove, LLP, a trailer park located... + continue reading
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