A room in the old Hamm’s brewery complex, once used as a blacksmith shop, will be turned into a cocktail room by 11 Wells Spirits. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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We’ve all heard of brewery taprooms coming to the Twin Cities -- seems like everywhere you look, there’s a new one popping up. But booze galleries? That’s a new one. The East Side has two beer breweries on the way that will eventually serve their own beer, brewed right in the... + continue reading

Dancers who performed at the seventh annual Middle Eastern Festival at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in West St. Paul posed for a photo with a camel on July 19. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
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The seventh annual Middle Eastern Festival at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in West St. Paul was held on July 19. The weekend was filled with authentic food characteristic of the Levantine culture, as well as music, camel rides and fundraising for the 101-year-old church. The event offers... + continue reading

The Asante Children’s Choir, comprised of youngsters from East Africa, will perform on the East Side on Wednesday, July 30. The choir will do a five-month-long tour of the United States. (submitted photo)
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Asante Choir brings African orphans to St. Paul to tell their story Bringing songs of hope, alongside bright clothing, pounding percussion and vibrant dancing, children from East Africa will sing for East Siders on Wednesday, July 30 at First Covenant Church. The kids, ages 5 to 14 come via... + continue reading
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It’s the peak of summer and the countdown to one of the area’s most highly anticipated annual events is nearly up. The 2014 Washington County Fair is back for its 143rd year and promises to be bigger and better than ever. The fair kicks off Wednesday, July 30, and runs through Sunday,... + continue reading
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Slice of Shoreview Days 2014 Slice of Shoreview Days 2014 is July 25 to 27 at Island Lake County Park at the intersection of Interstate 694 and Victoria Street. Entry and parking are free. “What I absolutely love is that The Slice of Shoreview truly reflects its name; it’s a true... + continue reading

A room in the old Hamm’s brewery complex, once used as a blacksmith shop, will be turned into a cocktail room by 11 Wells Spirits. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Dancers who performed at the seventh annual Middle Eastern Festival at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in West St. Paul posed for a photo with a camel on July 19. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

The Asante Children’s Choir, comprised of youngsters from East Africa, will perform on the East Side on Wednesday, July 30. The choir will do a five-month-long tour of the United States. (submitted photo)

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At-large suspects identified in Georgia after bragging, wearing jewelry A 51-year-old man and his son have been charged with robbing the Pawn America store located at 1715 N. Rice Street in Roseville and shooting an employee in the leg July 21. Police said the two suspects entered... + continue reading

Firefighters from the Inver Grove Heights and South Metro fire departments work to control a fire in a semitrailer full of used tires early July 28. The petroleum-dense tires intensified the flames and heat that melted and warped the paint on the South St. Paul tire shop building nearby. A second empty semi-trailer was destroyed in the blaze. (Courtesy of the South Metro Fire Department)
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Officials suspect fire was set intentionally It took about an hour and half for firefighters to control the flames engulfing a semi-trailer stuffed more than three-quarters full with tires, floor to ceiling, before the sun came up July 28 in South St. Paul. The fire burned hot, due... + continue reading

Bus rapid transit will be the main focus moving forward for the Gateway Corridor -- it was picked as the preferred transit mode by the corridor’s Policy Advisory Committee. BRT would operate in its own dedicated roadway, similar to the Orange Line in Los Angeles pictured here. (submitted photo)
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Move over light rail, bus rapid transit will be the focus from now on for the Gateway Corridor. The Gateway Corridor Commission picked the mode of transportation, which uses buses along a dedicated roadway, over light rail and other types of bus transportation. Andy Gitzlaff, senior... + continue reading

This ash at Oakwood Park in Inver Grove Heights and other ash trees in parks and other city-owned areas will be removed before they are infested with emerald ash borers. (Submitted photo)
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City plans to issue notices to residents with ash trees At one point, the fear of a nationwide die-off of ash trees had the staff at Inver Grove Heights City Hall planning to remove all ashes growing on city property. More recently, that plan has changed. Civic leaders originally... + continue reading

A committee presented a proposal for a Mendota Heights-based stadium at the District 197 School Board work session July 21, adding to the requests being considered for a referendum. The project would replace Charles Matson Field in West St. Paul, pictured above. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
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New stadium added to list of considerations Time is running out for the School District 197 board members to decide whether or not to bring a referendum to the voters this fall, after taking a hard loss in May’s special election. If the board decides to wait until 2015 —... + continue reading

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A room in the old Hamm’s brewery complex, once used as a blacksmith shop, will be turned into a cocktail room by 11 Wells Spirits. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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Dancers who performed at the seventh annual Middle Eastern Festival at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in West St. Paul posed for a photo with a camel on July 19. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Firefighters from the Inver Grove Heights and South Metro fire departments work to control a fire in a semitrailer full of used tires early July 28. The petroleum-dense tires intensified the flames and heat that melted and warped the paint on the South St. Paul tire shop building nearby. A second empty semi-trailer was destroyed in the blaze. (Courtesy of the South Metro Fire Department)

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A room in the old Hamm’s brewery complex, once used as a blacksmith shop, will be turned into a cocktail room by 11 Wells Spirits. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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We’ve all heard of brewery taprooms coming to the Twin Cities -- seems like everywhere you look, there’s a new one popping up. But booze galleries? That’s a new one. The East Side... + continue reading

A room in the old Hamm’s brewery complex, once used as a blacksmith shop, will be turned into a cocktail room by 11 Wells Spirits. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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Bus rapid transit will be the main focus moving forward for the Gateway Corridor -- it was picked as the preferred transit mode by the corridor’s Policy Advisory Committee. BRT would operate in its own dedicated roadway, similar to the Orange Line in Los Angeles pictured here. (submitted photo)
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An outline of the Gateway Corridor shows it passing along the north side of Interstate 94 through the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood into downtown St. Paul. Corridor studies moving forward will focus on putting in a bus rapid transit line to serve commuters from the eastern suburbs. (submitted graphic)
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The Asante Children’s Choir, comprised of youngsters from East Africa, will perform on the East Side on Wednesday, July 30. The choir will do a five-month-long tour of the United States. (submitted photo)
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Dancers who performed at the seventh annual Middle Eastern Festival at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in West St. Paul posed for a photo with a camel on July 19. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
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The seventh annual Middle Eastern Festival at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in West St. Paul was held on July 19. The weekend was filled with authentic food characteristic of the Levantine... + continue reading

Firefighters from the Inver Grove Heights and South Metro fire departments work to control a fire in a semitrailer full of used tires early July 28. The petroleum-dense tires intensified the flames and heat that melted and warped the paint on the South St. Paul tire shop building nearby. A second empty semi-trailer was destroyed in the blaze. (Courtesy of the South Metro Fire Department)
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This ash at Oakwood Park in Inver Grove Heights and other ash trees in parks and other city-owned areas will be removed before they are infested with emerald ash borers. (Submitted photo)
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A committee presented a proposal for a Mendota Heights-based stadium at the District 197 School Board work session July 21, adding to the requests being considered for a referendum. The project would replace Charles Matson Field in West St. Paul, pictured above. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)
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Roseville - Little Canada


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At-large suspects identified in Georgia after bragging, wearing jewelry A 51-year-old man and his son have been charged with robbing the Pawn America store located at 1715 N. Rice Street in... + continue reading

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

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Stephanie Lasch arrested at airport in April on plane bound for China Stephanie Lasch A former Oakdale business owner arrested on felony identity... + continue reading

Kmart is closing more stores, including the one located at Oakdale’s Bergen Plaza at Tenth Street and I-694. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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Customers seeking bargains flooded the Oakdale Kmart on Wednesday, July 2 for the discount retailer’s going-out-of-business sale. The store will close for good at Bergen Plaza on September 26. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
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New Oakdale police officer James Richards takes the oath of office administered by mayor Carmen Sarrack on June 24. (Submitted photo)
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Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

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Maplewood man charged with sexually abusing two young girls Testimony began Monday, July 14, in the trial of Jacoby Kindred Sr., 61, who is accused of sexually abusing two young girls multiple... + continue reading

A breakdown of the land use plan for the TCAAP site that was approved at Arden Hills’ June 30 city council meeting.
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47-year-old Wendy Kichler has spent three months in the hospital recovering from a catastrophic aortic dissection. Her daughter Mindy and some long-time friends have pulled together to help her out and make sure she can keep up with bills. (submitted photo)
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The St. Anthony Police Department will be hosting a Citizen Police Academy, Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 9 p.m. starting on Sept. 4 and ending Oct. 23. This 8-week course is designed to educate... + continue reading

Just prior to being loaded into firetrucks and distributed to other stations, Lake Johanna Fire Department’s 60 new airpacks were on display at the department’s headquarters July 16. (photos by Mike Munzenrider/Bulletin)
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Engineer Bruce Carlson loads one of the department’s new airpacks into a firetruck. The brackets that hold them are built into the truck’s seats.
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Captain Nate Berg wearing the new equipment.
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