The Miller boys, age 12, came with their mom and dad to help with the cleanup. They spent the morning of June 17 staining the fence at the back of the property. Hannah Burlingame/review photos
Monday, June 26, 2017
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West St. Paul residents help clean up former ‘problem house’   What was once considered a nuisance house is getting a chance for a fresh start.   “It’s West St. Paul. That’s what people do here,” said council member John Bellows describing the cleanup efforts of the now city-... + continue reading
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Collective seeks art and culture addendum to city’s comprehensive plan   The Dayton’s Bluff community has been awarded a $100,000 National Endowment for the Arts Our Town grant. The grant, which the collective of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts... + continue reading

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017
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June 10’s heat and wind didn’t stop or even slow the fun at the block party organized by Roseville police at the Brittany Marion Apartments near the intersection of Rice Street and Larpenteur Avenue in Roseville. The event was sparked by a conversation between Peg Kennedy and Roseville police... + continue reading

A more than 200-unit apartment development proposed for the southeast corner of County Road D and Old Highway 8 in Roseville brought neighbors out in droves to speak against the proposal at the city’s June 5 Economic Development Authority meeting. Though the authority voted against a pledge of city funding to support for the project, the developer is moving forward with its plan, and is likely to seek greater public input. courtesy of Google Maps
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
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Concerns raised over traffic, changes, brought by 200-unit complex A proposed $46 million apartment development slated for the northwest corner of Roseville drew a crowd to the city’s June 5 Economic Development Authority meeting where neighbors raised concerns about the development’s density... + continue reading

Contaminated groundwater deep beneath the Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills has delayed the project’s timeline, as officials look at clean-up and possible design tweaks. submitted graphic
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
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Recently, overseers of the Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills had to reconsider the project’s timeline due to pollutants lingering deep beneath the property’s surface, delaying next-step approvals.  Almost simultaneously, Ramsey County was recognized with an award for its... + continue reading

The Miller boys, age 12, came with their mom and dad to help with the cleanup. They spent the morning of June 17 staining the fence at the back of the property. Hannah Burlingame/review photos

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A more than 200-unit apartment development proposed for the southeast corner of County Road D and Old Highway 8 in Roseville brought neighbors out in droves to speak against the proposal at the city’s June 5 Economic Development Authority meeting. Though the authority voted against a pledge of city funding to support for the project, the developer is moving forward with its plan, and is likely to seek greater public input. courtesy of Google Maps

Contaminated groundwater deep beneath the Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills has delayed the project’s timeline, as officials look at clean-up and possible design tweaks. submitted graphic

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Celebrations of our Independence abound around town!   WHITE BEAR LAKE   In honor of Independence Day and the end of White Bear Lake’s annual 3-week-long Manitou Days celebration, White Bear Lake is hosting a free fireworks display over its namesake lake on July 4.... + continue reading
Philandro Castile / Jeronimo Yanez
Philandro Castile / Jeronimo Yanez
Monday, 06/26/17
Painful year comes to a head with June 16 verdict   Police officer Jeronimo Yanez shot and killed Philando Castile during a traffic stop July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights, and on June 16 he was found not guilty of all criminal charges for the shooting. Many perceived the event... + continue reading
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On June 19, the South St. Paul City Council unanimously approved a resolution to send the state its bonding requests.  The three bonding requests to be submitted are funding for expanding and upgrading the South St. Paul Library and Learning Center; Concord Street improvements... + continue reading

The Miller boys, age 12, came with their mom and dad to help with the cleanup. They spent the morning of June 17 staining the fence at the back of the property. Hannah Burlingame/review photos
Monday, 06/26/17
West St. Paul residents help clean up former ‘problem house’   What was once considered a nuisance house is getting a chance for a fresh start.   “It’s West St. Paul. That’s what people do here,” said council member John Bellows describing the cleanup efforts of the now... + continue reading
Monday, 06/26/17
Collective seeks art and culture addendum to city’s comprehensive plan   The Dayton’s Bluff community has been awarded a $100,000 National Endowment for the Arts Our Town grant. The grant, which the collective of the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, Indigenous Roots... + continue reading

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Philandro Castile / Jeronimo Yanez
Philandro Castile / Jeronimo Yanez
Monday, 06/26/17
Painful year comes to a head with June 16 verdict   Police officer Jeronimo Yanez shot and killed Philando Castile during a traffic stop July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights, and on June 16 he... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada


The Miller boys, age 12, came with their mom and dad to help with the cleanup. They spent the morning of June 17 staining the fence at the back of the property. Hannah Burlingame/review photos
Monday, 06/26/17
West St. Paul residents help clean up former ‘problem house’   What was once considered a nuisance house is getting a chance for a fresh start.   “It’s West St. Paul. That’s what... + continue reading
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The collective of Dayton’s Bluff arts and culture organizations will use the National Endowment for the Arts grant to plan an arts and culture addendum to the City of St. Paul’s Comprehensive Plan. Marjorie Otto/Review
06/26/17 -

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Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Monday, 06/19/17
St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez has been found not guilty of all counts for killing Philando Castile.  Yanez was charged with second-degree manslaughter for shooting Castile to... + continue reading

With the impending end of its police contract with Falcon Heights, St. Anthony Village has budgeted for a smaller police force in 2018. Mike Munzenrider/Review
06/19/17

These Webster fourth graders showed they can get silly in a group photo, which was taken after they learned about electricity at the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency’s Faribault Energy Park. submitted photo
06/19/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Monday, 06/19/17
St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez has been found not guilty of all counts for killing Philando Castile.  Yanez was charged with second-degree manslaughter for shooting Castile to... + continue reading

With the impending end of its police contract with Falcon Heights, St. Anthony Village has budgeted for a smaller police force in 2018. Mike Munzenrider/Review
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These Webster fourth graders showed they can get silly in a group photo, which was taken after they learned about electricity at the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency’s Faribault Energy Park. submitted photo
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The Miller boys, age 12, came with their mom and dad to help with the cleanup. They spent the morning of June 17 staining the fence at the back of the property. Hannah Burlingame/review photos
06/26/2017
West St. Paul residents help clean up former ‘problem house’   What was once considered a nuisance house is getting a chance for a fresh start.   “It’s West St. Paul. That’s what... + continue reading
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The collective of Dayton’s Bluff arts and culture organizations will use the National Endowment for the Arts grant to plan an arts and culture addendum to the City of St. Paul’s Comprehensive Plan. Marjorie Otto/Review
06/26/2017

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