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Aug

‘Unapologetically butter, sugar, gluten’


Hannah Burlingame photo/Review • Ka Small, a transplant from Georgia, operates the Sassy Pecan in South St. Paul's Bridgepoint Business District. The business has expanded to include a variety of sweet treats, including the signature Sticky Doohickey.

Sassy local business debuts as official new food at State Fair

 

When Ka Small was growing up, food was a reason to get together and a source of community.

Tue
28
Aug

Woman dead, husband arrested for murder


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Killing caps a week of homicides on the East Side

A woman is dead and her husband was arrested and charged with murder after police responded to what was originally a fire call the morning of Aug. 18. 

Tue
28
Aug

SNAPSHOT: Stuck for good

Members of the West St. Paul Police Department were "stuck" on the roof of the city's Dunkin' Donuts Aug. 17 to help raise money for the Special Olympics.

Tue
28
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: A fiesta for all

The annual Fiesta Latina, a Dayton’s Bluff festival celebrating Latino culture hosted by Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio, also known as CLUES, offered food, dance and crafts on a muggy Aug. 18.

Wed
22
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Behemoth plant, a cut above the rest

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Oakdale resident Mark Stember has grown a stunning sunflower, which is now over 12 feet tall with a head the size of a dinner plate and a stalk the width of a wrist.

Wed
22
Aug

Longtime Maplewood resident leaves a legacy of community service


submitted • Annemarie Fosburgh smiled surrounded by flowers in September 2006 on the deck of her Maplewood home, in which she lived for 50 years.

Annemarie Fosburgh, Anne to those who knew her, passed away Aug. 3 at age 89, leaving behind a legacy of Maplewood pride and community involvement.

Wed
22
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Another annual Huff n’ Puff hit the ball out of the park

Aundrea Kinney photos/Review • Another successful Huff n’ Puff event concluded Aug. 12 with Team Poop winning the Men’s Class A Championship and the Silverbacks winning the Women’s Class A Championship.

Tue
21
Aug

Former St. Anthony Walmart is still empty


file photo • Walmart closed its St. Anthony location in 2014 and moved three miles to a brand-new building in Roseville. Though the owners of the nearly 150,000-square-foot space at Silver Lake Village were confident they’d quickly find a new tenant, the building continues to sit empty today.

Back in 2015, about a year after Walmart vacated its former 150,000 square feet of retail space in St. Anthony, the owners of the the building felt confident it would soon be filled. 

Tue
21
Aug

New boss in St. Anthony-New Brighton School District


submitted photo • New St. Anthony-New Brighton Schools Superintendent Dr. Renee Corneille, who started in the position July 1, spent time recently with 2-, 3- and 4-year-olds attending a soccer camp at Central Park in St. Anthony.

Concluding nearly 40 years in education, St. Anthony-New Brighton Schools Superintendent Robert Laney retired June 30.

On July 1, Dr. Renee Corneille became the new superintendent. 

Tue
21
Aug

Reported crimes on the rise in Roseville since 2010


courtesy of City of Roseville • A breakdown of Part 1 crimes as reported in Roseville from 2010 to June of 2018. As noted by Police Chief Rick Mathwig at the Aug. 13 Roseville City Council meeting, the overall number of crimes reported in the city has increased since 2010. The crimes are categorized as “Part 1” for FBI crime data collection purposes.

The number of crimes reported in Roseville has steadily increased since 2010.

That’s according to Police Chief Rick Mathwig, who presented a report on crime trends during the Roseville City Council’s Aug. 13 meeting.

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