East Side Newsbriefs

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21
May

Ten Minnesota illnesses linked to national E. coli outbreak associated with romaine lettuce

The Minnesota Department of Health is working with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S.

Mon
14
May

DARTS looking for volunteers

Because of the onset of odd weather, DARTS has been flooded with requests from older adults to have their lawns mowed and lots cleared for spring.

Mon
14
May

Minnesota Humanities Center opens nominations for Veterans’ Voices Awards

The Minnesota Humanities Center is accepting nominations for its 2018 Veterans’ Voices through Thursday, June 7.

Mon
14
May

Planning for life after high school

“Planning for Life After High School: My Next Steps” will be held May 17, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Washington Technology Magnet School, 1495 Rice St. in St.

Mon
14
May

Mayor Carter announces Children’s Savings Account Task Force

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced on May 7 the launch of a new Children’s Savings Account Task Force. The private-public group will be co-chaired by Ann Mulholland, vice president of community impact at the St.

Mon
14
May

St. Paul announces Oct. 1 start for all-in citywide garbage service

St. Paul Public Works announced May 3 that plans are moving forward to start the new all-in citywide garbage service on Oct. 1. As the city and current St.

Mon
07
May

District 2 annual community garage sale

The District 2 Community Council will be sponsoring a neighborhood garage sale on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Residents are invited to have a sale on that day and provide their information to the district council to promote it.

Mon
07
May

Harvest Festival Ambassador Program

The Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival is bringing back its ambassador program for 2018. The aim of the program is to select ambassadors to represent the East Side at parades and events in fellow communities.

Mon
07
May

Could your kid be the 2018 Power Chef?

PowerUp is inviting kids to have fun with fruits and adventures with veggies. Children across Minnesota and Wisconsin are invited to enter the 2018 PowerUp recipe contest.

Mon
07
May

St. Paul’s pedestrian safety ‘Stop for Me’ campaign kicks off

Only three in 10 drivers in St. Paul stop for people crossing the streets at non-signaled crosswalks, according to city researchers.

The St. Paul Police Department hopes to change that.

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