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submitted photo • Vomela will be building a roughly 300,000-square-foot building on the vacant lot near the corner of Arcade Street and Minnehaha Avenue. The company does “large format printing,” meaning it prints things like signs for retail stores or decals for fleet vehicles.
Monday, 06/18/18
Beacon Bluff, also known as the “old 3M site” to most East Siders, is going to look a lot different by the end of the year.  The St. Paul Port Authority, which currently owns the vacant land, has lined up businesses and developers to build on three parcels, some of the last... + continue reading

courtesy of the City of Inver Grove Heights • Three railroad crossings in the Concord neighborhood will become quiet zones, where conductors are no longer required to sound their horns, in order help improve quality of life in the area, following a June 11 Inver Grove Heights City Council vote. A crossing in the 105th Street neighborhood could become a quiet zone if the city can find help in funding the roughly $250,000 worth of work required for the designation.
Monday, 06/18/18
Several Inver Grove Heights railroad crossing to become quiet zones   It’s a sound not many people welcome in the early morning hours: train horns.  The Inver Grove Heights City Council is taking steps to silence some horns in the city and help improve the quality of... + continue reading
Monday, 06/18/18
Marjorie Otto news editor   To make it easier to connect employees with East Side employers, nearly a dozen nonprofits are working together in a network to share resources, rather than compete.  The collaboration is called the East Side Employment xChange and... + continue reading
Monday, 06/18/18
Vocal women report finding screws in tires   In what is becoming more common than not, seats in the West St. Paul City Council chambers were packed for the June 11 council meeting, though it had a different outcome than another meeting a month and half prior that touched off... + continue reading
Wednesday, 06/13/18
When looking at election materials for Oakdale mayor, it might, at first glance, look a bit like musical chairs.  A special election for the position will be held Aug. 14 — the same day as the primary election for many federal, state and county positions — but the seat will also... + continue reading

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

submitted photo • Vomela will be building a roughly 300,000-square-foot building on the vacant lot near the corner of Arcade Street and Minnehaha Avenue. The company does “large format printing,” meaning it prints things like signs for retail stores or decals for fleet vehicles.
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submitted photo • Yeadon will be building a football field-sized structure on the vacant lot at Forest and East Seventh streets. The company, which currently works out of Minneapolis, constructs the materials used in large dome structures, like the athletic complex at Concordia University near Interstate 94 in St. Paul.
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submitted photo • OPUS, a Minnetonka-based developer, will be constructing an 86,000-square-foot industrial-use building on a lot off Wells Street across from Viking Electric. The company will lease the building to an unspecified company, which will be required to create 86 jobs over the next 10 years.
06/18/18 -

South West Review

Monday, 06/18/18
Staff members at West St. Paul's Moreland Arts and Health Sciences Magnet Elementary School, along with summer school volunteers, participated in BikeMN's Walk! Bike! Fun! Ambassador program on June... + continue reading

submitted photo • Vomela will be building a roughly 300,000-square-foot building on the vacant lot near the corner of Arcade Street and Minnehaha Avenue. The company does “large format printing,” meaning it prints things like signs for retail stores or decals for fleet vehicles.
06/18/18

courtesy of the City of Inver Grove Heights • Three railroad crossings in the Concord neighborhood will become quiet zones, where conductors are no longer required to sound their horns, in order help improve quality of life in the area, following a June 11 Inver Grove Heights City Council vote. A crossing in the 105th Street neighborhood could become a quiet zone if the city can find help in funding the roughly $250,000 worth of work required for the designation.
06/18/18

Roseville - Little Canada


Mike Munzenrider • The expanded pool area is taking shape at the Shoreview Community Center, part of a $15.6 million remodel of the well-used facility, as seen June 5.
Tuesday, 06/12/18
The Tropics Indoor Water park, closed since early April as part of the Shoreview Community Center expansion, reopened with newly renovated locker rooms June 2.  On Twitter, Shoreview said the... + continue reading
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photos courtesy of New Brighton Department of Public Safety • A young New Brighton resident’s cat was stuck — or enjoying the view — in a tree before New Brighton Department of Public Safety firefighters retrieved it using a fire truck ladder the evening of June 4.
06/12/18 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 06/13/18
When looking at election materials for Oakdale mayor, it might, at first glance, look a bit like musical chairs.  A special election for the position will be held Aug. 14 — the same day as... + continue reading

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 06/13/18
When looking at election materials for Oakdale mayor, it might, at first glance, look a bit like musical chairs.  A special election for the position will be held Aug. 14 — the same day as... + continue reading

Bulletin Area


Mike Munzenrider • The expanded pool area is taking shape at the Shoreview Community Center, part of a $15.6 million remodel of the well-used facility, as seen June 5.
06/12/2018
The Tropics Indoor Water park, closed since early April as part of the Shoreview Community Center expansion, reopened with newly renovated locker rooms June 2.  On Twitter, Shoreview said the... + continue reading
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photos courtesy of New Brighton Department of Public Safety • A young New Brighton resident’s cat was stuck — or enjoying the view — in a tree before New Brighton Department of Public Safety firefighters retrieved it using a fire truck ladder the evening of June 4.
06/12/2018
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