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Later this month a new Lake Elmo playground between the Wildflower and Village Preserve neighborhoods will be ready for residents to enjoy. (Amy Felegy/Review)
Wednesday, 07/17/19
Construction is wrapping up on a new Lake Elmo playground between the Wildflower and Village Preserve neighborhoods. “We are definitely very, very excited about it,” said Jennifer Krueger, who lives next door to the nearly-finished park. She has three young children at home. Take a... + continue reading

The Minnesota Department of Health says opioid-related deaths decreased from 2017 to 2018. ( courtesy of Minnesota Department of Health)
Wednesday, 07/17/19
The Minnesota opioid-related death rate dropped 22% from 2017 to 2018, the state’s Department of Health said July 9 announcing the results of a preliminary study. In 2017, 442 people died of opioids in Minnesota. In 2018, that number was 331. The department says while this drop is... + continue reading

The lights are still on at the North St. Paul American Legion Post 39, shining a spotlight on nearly 100 years of community service. (Amy Felegy photos/Review )
Wednesday, 07/17/19
Behind its live music, happy hours and hot chicken baskets, North St. Paul’s American Legion Post 39 has quite the history — one that started nearly 100 years ago. The national American Legion turned 100 on March 15. As of July, there are 330 Minnesota posts still going strong after a... + continue reading

The Slice of Shoreview Days annual parade always draws a big crowd. This year’s will take place on Saturday, July 27, starting at 10 a.m. at Victoria Street and County Road D, traveling north to Island Lake Park.
Wednesday, 07/17/19
For three days this summer — July 26 to 28 — folks of all ages will have the opportunity to get out and celebrate what they love about their city at Slice of Shoreview Days 2019. The festival is all about free — and stress-free — family fun. It will launch on Friday, July 26, with a... + continue reading

Amy Felegy/Review
Wednesday, 07/17/19
Sisters Alessia and Francesca Carroll wore their Tuesday best as they set up a DIY salon near their Lake Elmo home on Tuesday, July 9. The girls were doing hair, nails and makeup, charging $4 or $5 for the work — their hope was to save enough money to buy a boat, + continue reading

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The lights are still on at the North St. Paul American Legion Post 39, shining a spotlight on nearly 100 years of community service. (Amy Felegy photos/Review )

The Minnesota Department of Health says opioid-related deaths decreased from 2017 to 2018. ( courtesy of Minnesota Department of Health)

Later this month a new Lake Elmo playground between the Wildflower and Village Preserve neighborhoods will be ready for residents to enjoy. (Amy Felegy/Review)

East Side Review

Monday, 06/26/17
Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

The East Side is served by two senior service nonprofits, North East Seniors for Better Living and East Side Elders. Both support seniors and their caregivers by providing resources like social events, transportation, wellness care, caregiver coaching, handyman services and other resources, with nearly all of it depending on volunteers. (Thomas Bonneville/Lillie Suburban Newspapers)
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The South St. Paul City Council is looking at adding some type of traffic controls along Eighth Avenue South at Richmond, Poplar and Spruce streets, though it’s hoping for input from the neighborhood before putting anything in place. (courtesy of Google Maps)
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South West Review


Arden Hills Tobacco has been in business in the city for over a decade, located in a strip mall in the 3600 block of Lexington Avenue. The Arden Hills City Council considered exempting it from the city’s new ban on the sale of flavored tobacco products, but ultimately voted against the exemption on July 8. (courtesy of Google Maps)
Wednesday, 07/17/19
A possible amendment to Arden Hills’ tobacco ordinance was shot down July 8, when city council members decided not to exempt the city’s one adult-only tobacco store from a ban on the sale of flavored... + continue reading

The Community Support Center’s annual “Walk a Mile” fundraiser will take place on Sunday, July 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Silver View Park, located at the intersection of County Road I and Silver Lake Road in Mounds View. (courtesy of Community Support Center)
07/17/19

The Slice of Shoreview Days annual parade always draws a big crowd. This year’s will take place on Saturday, July 27, starting at 10 a.m. at Victoria Street and County Road D, traveling north to Island Lake Park.
07/17/19

Roseville - Little Canada


The Slice of Shoreview Days annual parade always draws a big crowd. This year’s will take place on Saturday, July 27, starting at 10 a.m. at Victoria Street and County Road D, traveling north to Island Lake Park.
Wednesday, 07/17/19
For three days this summer — July 26 to 28 — folks of all ages will have the opportunity to get out and celebrate what they love about their city at Slice of Shoreview Days 2019. The festival is... + continue reading

Friends Used Bookstore volunteers Kathy Robbins and Diane Miller at the Ramsey County Library in Roseville. (Solomon Gustavo photos)
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Peggy Biernat and Anne Ingle, volunteers at the Friends Used Bookstores location at the Ramsey County Library in Shoreview, in the storage room where they sort items into categories.
07/17/19 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo


An arrest has been made in relation to a July 5 fire at Equinox Apartments in St. Anthony. The fire burned early in the morning on the third floor of the complex, located in the 2800 block of Silver Lane, allegedly set by a woman targeting one of the building’s residents. (courtesy of Google Maps)
Wednesday, 07/17/19
Woman allegedly targeted apartment resident A Maple Grove woman has been charged with first-degree arson following a July 5 fire at Equinox Apartments in St. Anthony. According to court... + continue reading

Later this month a new Lake Elmo playground between the Wildflower and Village Preserve neighborhoods will be ready for residents to enjoy. (Amy Felegy/Review)
07/17/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


An arrest has been made in relation to a July 5 fire at Equinox Apartments in St. Anthony. The fire burned early in the morning on the third floor of the complex, located in the 2800 block of Silver Lane, allegedly set by a woman targeting one of the building’s residents. (courtesy of Google Maps)
Wednesday, 07/17/19
Woman allegedly targeted apartment resident A Maple Grove woman has been charged with first-degree arson following a July 5 fire at Equinox Apartments in St. Anthony. According to court... + continue reading

Later this month a new Lake Elmo playground between the Wildflower and Village Preserve neighborhoods will be ready for residents to enjoy. (Amy Felegy/Review)
07/17/19 -

Bulletin Area


An arrest has been made in relation to a July 5 fire at Equinox Apartments in St. Anthony. The fire burned early in the morning on the third floor of the complex, located in the 2800 block of Silver Lane, allegedly set by a woman targeting one of the building’s residents. (courtesy of Google Maps)
07/17/2019
Woman allegedly targeted apartment resident A Maple Grove woman has been charged with first-degree arson following a July 5 fire at Equinox Apartments in St. Anthony. According to court... + continue reading

Jim Bull
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A proposed CommonBond Communities 60-unit affordable senior housing building would be in Roseville’s far northeast corner on the edge of a single-family home neighborhood. Jim Bull’s public opposition to the building, coupled with him presiding over a Planning Commission public hearing regarding land use changes for the proposed building against the advice of the city attorney, led to his removal from the Roseville Planning Commission by a unanimous city council vote. (Thomas Bonneville/Lillie Suburban Newspapers)
07/17/2019

Mounds View City Administrator Nyle Zikmund poses with the newly redone garden in front of City Hall. After completing a master gardener course through the University of Minnesota, Zikmund set to work clearing out the overgrown space and replanting it with healthy, pollinator-friendly plants. (Bridget Kranz)
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Before replanting, Zikmund says the area just to the left of the City Hall entrance had become overgrown and crowded out with weeds. Proper spacing, as well as pollinator-friendly plants, were important to him in the new garden. (courtesy of Nyle Zikmund)
07/17/2019
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