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Hannah Burlingame/Review
Monday, 07/15/19
The White Bear Avenue parade rolled down its namesake road July 10 to help kick off the 2019 Ramsey County Fair, which ran through July 14. Families once again lined up from Ivy Avenue to Aldrich Arena in Maplewood to enjoy the picture perfect summer weather and score a few treats. For... + continue reading
Monday, 07/15/19
Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan announced June 30 their appointments to the Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training, and there was a familiar name on the list.  Mendota Heights Police Chief Kelly McCarthy was selected to not only serve on the POST board but also as... + 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)
Monday, 07/15/19
East Side nonprofits seek volunteers to help ageing neighbors   As the Baby Boomers continue to age, the need for senior services is growing.  According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Minnesota’s population of those 60 years and older will grow by 50% between 2012 and 2030... + continue reading

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)
Monday, 07/15/19
South St. Paul ponders neighborhood stop sign concerns   The South St. Paul City Council on July 1 began looking at how to make what some residents call busy intersections a bit safer.  However, at the end of its discussion, the council could not come to a consensus on... + continue reading
Monday, 07/15/19
Recently, the City of West St. Paul received two awards for work it has done. Council member Lisa Eng-Sarne said the city received a City of Excellence Award from the League of Minnesota Cities for its inflow and infiltration work.  The City of Excellence Award was presented at... + continue reading

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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)

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)

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)
07/15/19 -

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)
07/15/19 -

South West Review


Hannah Burlingame/Review
Monday, 07/15/19
The White Bear Avenue parade rolled down its namesake road July 10 to help kick off the 2019 Ramsey County Fair, which ran through July 14. Families once again lined up from Ivy Avenue to Aldrich... + 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)
07/15/19

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)
07/15/19

Roseville - Little Canada


Hannah Burlingame/Review
Monday, 07/15/19
The White Bear Avenue parade rolled down its namesake road July 10 to help kick off the 2019 Ramsey County Fair, which ran through July 14. Families once again lined up from Ivy Avenue to Aldrich... + continue reading

A lot of the curriculum at Global Academy, a new public charter school moving into the former United Theological Seminary space in New Brighton, is based around interdisciplinary themes, according to associate director Scott Flemming. For example, students might do a unit on “patterns” in science, geography and math. (courtesy Global Academy)
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Public charter school Global Academy, serving roughly 425 students in kindergarten through eighth grade, is moving into the former United Theological Seminary space in New Brighton in time for the coming school year. (Bridget Kranz photos)
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Volunteers from the community joined employees from UnitedHealthcare in the rain on June 27 to help build Global Academy’s new playground. The event was part of the insurer’s employee volunteer initiative, done in partnership with nonprofit KaBOOM!, whose mission is to facilitate active lifestyles in youth. The school hopes that the new structure will benefit the neighborhood and that residents will use it, as well as students.
07/09/19 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Monday, 07/15/19
If you have a phone, then chances are you’ve received at least one unsolicited robocall — likely more. “Congratulations! You’ve won an all-expenses paid vacation.” Or, “Alert to the vehicle owner... + continue reading

Parking will now be allowed on the north side of 2nd Street off Lake Elmo Avenue. (courtsey Google Maps)
07/10/19

Window World staff stand in front of their new location on Highway 36 in North St. Paul, which the company plans to remodel and expand. (file photo)
07/10/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Monday, 07/15/19
If you have a phone, then chances are you’ve received at least one unsolicited robocall — likely more. “Congratulations! You’ve won an all-expenses paid vacation.” Or, “Alert to the vehicle owner... + continue reading

Parking will now be allowed on the north side of 2nd Street off Lake Elmo Avenue. (courtsey Google Maps)
07/10/19 -

Window World staff stand in front of their new location on Highway 36 in North St. Paul, which the company plans to remodel and expand. (file photo)
07/10/19 -

Bulletin Area


Hannah Burlingame/Review
07/15/2019
The White Bear Avenue parade rolled down its namesake road July 10 to help kick off the 2019 Ramsey County Fair, which ran through July 14. Families once again lined up from Ivy Avenue to Aldrich... + continue reading

A lot of the curriculum at Global Academy, a new public charter school moving into the former United Theological Seminary space in New Brighton, is based around interdisciplinary themes, according to associate director Scott Flemming. For example, students might do a unit on “patterns” in science, geography and math. (courtesy Global Academy)
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Public charter school Global Academy, serving roughly 425 students in kindergarten through eighth grade, is moving into the former United Theological Seminary space in New Brighton in time for the coming school year. (Bridget Kranz photos)
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Volunteers from the community joined employees from UnitedHealthcare in the rain on June 27 to help build Global Academy’s new playground. The event was part of the insurer’s employee volunteer initiative, done in partnership with nonprofit KaBOOM!, whose mission is to facilitate active lifestyles in youth. The school hopes that the new structure will benefit the neighborhood and that residents will use it, as well as students.
07/09/2019
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