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Changes coming to parking by Inver Grove Heights school


The Inver Grove Heights City Council passed a parking ban on Babcock Trail near Salem Hills Elementary School that takes effect at the start of the school year. Part of the concern with parking on Babcock Trail is the ditch on the passenger side of the car. Drivers either need to be on the grass to avoid being over the fog strip, or their driver’s side wheels are in the driving area. Hannah Burlingame/Review

Parking ban on Babcock Trail takes effect when class begins

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Big changes coming to the Sam’s Dairy site


The owner of the old Sam’s Dairy site in the 1500 block of Maryland Avenue plans to break ground on an expansion of the building this October. The expansion will include a larger laundromat, deli and small grocery store, along with fuel pumps, among other changes. Marjorie Otto/Review

Owners hope to better serve the community and cut down on crime

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Re-live the FUN of Summer in our Galleries!

Summer may be coming to a close with the first day of school only a few short weeks away, but you can recapture all the fun of summer by visiting our Photo Galleries where we showcase all the Parades, Festivals and Fairs celebrated by thousands of

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NEWSBRIEFS: Ramsey Co. / Maplewood / Oakdale / Lake Elmo - August 13, 2017


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

Educational solar array energized in North St. Paul 

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Free Little Library courtesy Girl Scout Troop 52932

The six girls in Girl Scout Troop 52932 in Oakdale recently donated a Free Little Library to Oakdale Elementary School located at 821 Glenbrook Ave. N.

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After delays, Mendota Heights grants municipal consent for 149 project


Work on Highway 149 will stretch from George Street to Interstate 494 and will include pavement resurfacing. Work will also take place on Highway 13 from Smith to Cherokee Heights boulevards. Courtesy of MnDOT

The Mendota Heights City Council approved municipal consent for a Highway 149 rehabilitation project at its Aug. 1 meeting.

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