Miles, Samuel, Lillyan, Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart. (submitted photo)
Miles, Samuel, Lillyan, Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart. (submitted photo)
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
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Falcon Heights resident and Fulbright scholar Jonathan Stuart is set to report to his Fulbright teaching assignment in Guatemala by Sept. 1, though there are still some details to iron out, such as where he and his family will live and if he’ll drive down or fly. “Right now there... + continue reading
Beyond the apartments that would have been at 2785 Fairview Ave., marked with the star, plans for hotels and retail off Cleveland Avenue as well as the reconstruction of the Interstate 35W and Cleveland Avenue interchange are underway in the Twin Lakes Area. (courtesy of the City of Roseville)
Beyond the apartments that would have been at 2785 Fairview Ave., marked with the star, plans for hotels and retail off Cleveland Avenue as well as the reconstruction of the Interstate 35W and Cleveland Avenue interchange are underway in the Twin Lakes Area. (courtesy of the City of Roseville)
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
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Council balks at city subsidy for development Nearly two years to the day since a large apartment project was first floated for the Twin Lakes area in Roseville, the city council closed the door on the development by voting against subsidies for the project. The council voted 3-2 at its July... + continue reading
Payne Phalen’s Lockwood Park will be getting some modest upgrades before early next year. St. Paul Parks and Recreation staff are in the planning process for the upgrades, and are reaching out to community members for input. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Payne Phalen’s Lockwood Park will be getting some modest upgrades before early next year. St. Paul Parks and Recreation staff are in the planning process for the upgrades, and are reaching out to community members for input. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, July 26, 2015
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Planning is underway to upgrade Lockwood Park, the small, square park located at the corner of Cook Avenue and Mendota Street, not far from the Church of St. Casimir in the Payne Phalen neighborhood. Thanks to city Community Improvement Budget funds, the park will get a new playground, and some... + continue reading
A major construction project that Canadian Pacific Railway is doing at its St. Paul switching yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading work has been completed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
A major construction project that Canadian Pacific Railway is doing at its St. Paul switching yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading work has been completed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, July 26, 2015
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Filling in wetlands 90 percent complete According to Canadian Pacific Railway spokesperson Andy Cummings, the large expansion of the rail company's Dunn Yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading... + continue reading
Entrepreneur Dimitri Hatzigeorgiou stands inside of 871 Payne Ave., which he hopes to turn into a concept restaurant. He decided to invest in Payne Avenue after reading news articles about the commercial corridor’s restaurant happenings. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Entrepreneur Dimitri Hatzigeorgiou stands inside of 871 Payne Ave., which he hopes to turn into a concept restaurant. He decided to invest in Payne Avenue after reading news articles about the commercial corridor’s restaurant happenings. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, July 26, 2015
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Picks up two buildings, hopes to open new businesses ASAP It seems trend-piece articles about Payne Avenue have paid off, at least for two vacant buildings on the commercial corridor. For it was after Dimitri Hatzigeorgiou heard the buzz about restaurants popping up on Payne from a radio news... + continue reading
Miles, Samuel, Lillyan, Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart. (submitted photo)
Miles, Samuel, Lillyan, Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart. (submitted photo)
Beyond the apartments that would have been at 2785 Fairview Ave., marked with the star, plans for hotels and retail off Cleveland Avenue as well as the reconstruction of the Interstate 35W and Cleveland Avenue interchange are underway in the Twin Lakes Area. (courtesy of the City of Roseville)
Beyond the apartments that would have been at 2785 Fairview Ave., marked with the star, plans for hotels and retail off Cleveland Avenue as well as the reconstruction of the Interstate 35W and Cleveland Avenue interchange are underway in the Twin Lakes Area. (courtesy of the City of Roseville)
Payne Phalen’s Lockwood Park will be getting some modest upgrades before early next year. St. Paul Parks and Recreation staff are in the planning process for the upgrades, and are reaching out to community members for input. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Payne Phalen’s Lockwood Park will be getting some modest upgrades before early next year. St. Paul Parks and Recreation staff are in the planning process for the upgrades, and are reaching out to community members for input. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
A major construction project that Canadian Pacific Railway is doing at its St. Paul switching yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading work has been completed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
A major construction project that Canadian Pacific Railway is doing at its St. Paul switching yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading work has been completed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Entrepreneur Dimitri Hatzigeorgiou stands inside of 871 Payne Ave., which he hopes to turn into a concept restaurant. He decided to invest in Payne Avenue after reading news articles about the commercial corridor’s restaurant happenings. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Entrepreneur Dimitri Hatzigeorgiou stands inside of 871 Payne Ave., which he hopes to turn into a concept restaurant. He decided to invest in Payne Avenue after reading news articles about the commercial corridor’s restaurant happenings. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

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Beyond the apartments that would have been at 2785 Fairview Ave., marked with the star, plans for hotels and retail off Cleveland Avenue as well as the reconstruction of the Interstate 35W and Cleveland Avenue interchange are underway in the Twin Lakes Area. (courtesy of the City of Roseville)
Beyond the apartments that would have been at 2785 Fairview Ave., marked with the star, plans for hotels and retail off Cleveland Avenue as well as the reconstruction of the Interstate 35W and Cleveland Avenue interchange are underway in the Twin Lakes Area. (courtesy of the City of Roseville)
Tuesday, 07/28/15
Council balks at city subsidy for development Nearly two years to the day since a large apartment project was first floated for the Twin Lakes area in Roseville, the city council closed the door on the development by voting against subsidies for the project. The council voted 3-2 at... + continue reading
Miles, Samuel, Lillyan, Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart. (submitted photo)
Miles, Samuel, Lillyan, Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart. (submitted photo)
Tuesday, 07/28/15
Falcon Heights resident and Fulbright scholar Jonathan Stuart is set to report to his Fulbright teaching assignment in Guatemala by Sept. 1, though there are still some details to iron out, such as where he and his family will live and if he’ll drive down or fly. “Right now... + continue reading
Tuesday, 07/28/15
This week, the Roseville Fire Department is offering residents a rare opportunity: to watch firefighters do their job in a safe, controlled situation. The public is invited to observe Roseville firefighters do some live fire training at 311 County Road B, beginning at 7 a.m. and wrapping... + continue reading
Entrepreneur Dimitri Hatzigeorgiou stands inside of 871 Payne Ave., which he hopes to turn into a concept restaurant. He decided to invest in Payne Avenue after reading news articles about the commercial corridor’s restaurant happenings. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Entrepreneur Dimitri Hatzigeorgiou stands inside of 871 Payne Ave., which he hopes to turn into a concept restaurant. He decided to invest in Payne Avenue after reading news articles about the commercial corridor’s restaurant happenings. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, 07/26/15
Picks up two buildings, hopes to open new businesses ASAP It seems trend-piece articles about Payne Avenue have paid off, at least for two vacant buildings on the commercial corridor. For it was after Dimitri Hatzigeorgiou heard the buzz about restaurants popping up on Payne from a... + continue reading
A major construction project that Canadian Pacific Railway is doing at its St. Paul switching yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading work has been completed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
A major construction project that Canadian Pacific Railway is doing at its St. Paul switching yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading work has been completed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, 07/26/15
Filling in wetlands 90 percent complete According to Canadian Pacific Railway spokesperson Andy Cummings, the large expansion of the rail company's Dunn Yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and... + continue reading

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Sunday, 07/26/15
Thursday, July 9 — Wednesday, July 15, 2015 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5... + continue reading
Payne Phalen’s Lockwood Park will be getting some modest upgrades before early next year. St. Paul Parks and Recreation staff are in the planning process for the upgrades, and are reaching out to community members for input. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Payne Phalen’s Lockwood Park will be getting some modest upgrades before early next year. St. Paul Parks and Recreation staff are in the planning process for the upgrades, and are reaching out to community members for input. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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A major construction project that Canadian Pacific Railway is doing at its St. Paul switching yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading work has been completed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
A major construction project that Canadian Pacific Railway is doing at its St. Paul switching yard is well underway. Ninety percent of the work to fill in six acres of wetlands is done, a retaining wall is in place, and grading work has been completed. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
07/26/15 -

South West Review

Sunday, 07/26/15
This summer area school districts, including 197, 199, and 6, are participating in the Minnesota Department of Education’s Summer Food Service Program. These districts are providing free,... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada

Miles, Samuel, Lillyan, Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart. (submitted photo)
Miles, Samuel, Lillyan, Colette Campbell and Jonathan Stuart. (submitted photo)
Tuesday, 07/28/15
Falcon Heights resident and Fulbright scholar Jonathan Stuart is set to report to his Fulbright teaching assignment in Guatemala by Sept. 1, though there are still some details to iron out, such as... + continue reading

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Wednesday, 07/22/15
Maplewood detectives urge caution Scam artists have long preyed on the elderly — threatening legal action for tax evasion, promising lotteries worth millions of dollars, and posing as... + continue reading
A group of friends and family greeted Pete Mogren (wearing the helmet) in downtown Stillwater July 2 to celebrate him reaching the halfway point of a planned 4,250-mile fundraiser. Mogren, of Oakdale, took a few days to rest before continuing his journey. (Submitted photo)
A group of friends and family greeted Pete Mogren (wearing the helmet) in downtown Stillwater July 2 to celebrate him reaching the halfway point of a planned 4,250-mile fundraiser. Mogren, of Oakdale, took a few days to rest before continuing his journey. (Submitted photo)
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Pete Mogren, accompanied by his wife, Angel, and a group of supporters, arrived in downtown Stillwater July 2. The group joined him at Pine Point Regional Park and rode with him on the new Brown’s Creek State Trail to the St. Croix River. Mogren had already biked some 2,100 miles since leaving Anacortes, WA, in June on his cross-country fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.  (Submitted photo)
Pete Mogren, accompanied by his wife, Angel, and a group of supporters, arrived in downtown Stillwater July 2. The group joined him at Pine Point Regional Park and rode with him on the new Brown’s Creek State Trail to the St. Croix River. Mogren had already biked some 2,100 miles since leaving Anacortes, WA, in June on his cross-country fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. (Submitted photo)
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Pete and Angel Mogren take a breather and check out the scenery in Sandpoint, Idaho. (Submitted photo)
Pete and Angel Mogren take a breather and check out the scenery in Sandpoint, Idaho. (Submitted photo)
07/22/15
The League of Minnesota Cities honored the city of Oakdale with the 2015 Sustainable Cities Award at its annual conference June 26. Oakdale’s senior community development specialist Jennifer Hassebroek presented the award to the city council July 14. Pictured from left, Council member Paul Reinke, council member Lori Pulkrabek, Jennifer Hassebroek, mayor Stan Karwoski, council member Krinten Cici and council member Bill Rasmussen. (Submitted photo)
The League of Minnesota Cities honored the city of Oakdale with the 2015 Sustainable Cities Award at its annual conference June 26. Oakdale’s senior community development specialist Jennifer Hassebroek presented the award to the city council July 14. Pictured from left, Council member Paul Reinke, council member Lori Pulkrabek, Jennifer Hassebroek, mayor Stan Karwoski, council member Krinten Cici and council member Bill Rasmussen. (Submitted photo)
07/22/15

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 07/22/15
North St. Paul residents recently received a pamphlet in the mail summarizing the 2014 Drinking Water Quality Report, which is annually published and distributed by the city's public works... + continue reading
Whether attendees wanted to run, splash, float, color or just relax on the beach to enjoy the action, there was plenty going on at 2014’s Silver Lake Splash. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Whether attendees wanted to run, splash, float, color or just relax on the beach to enjoy the action, there was plenty going on at 2014’s Silver Lake Splash. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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07/15/15 -
Bikers congregate outside Neumann’s for Rick’s Ride in 2013. This year’s memorial run will take place on Saturday, July 18. (submitted photo)
Bikers congregate outside Neumann’s for Rick’s Ride in 2013. This year’s memorial run will take place on Saturday, July 18. (submitted photo)
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Sean Keatts participates in a moment of silence at a prior Crittenden memorial run. (submitted photo)
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Escorted by area police, more than 140 bikers rode to Prescott, Wisconsin, to honor slain North St. Paul Officer Richard Crittenden. (submitted photo)
Escorted by area police, more than 140 bikers rode to Prescott, Wisconsin, to honor slain North St. Paul Officer Richard Crittenden. (submitted photo)
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07/15/15 -

Bulletin Area

07/22/2015
After several years spent developing a plan for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site, now known as the Rice Creek Commons, the Arden Hills City Council gave shakey approval to the site... + continue reading
Glass and wood dominate the design of the planned new Ramsey County Regional Library in Shoreview. If plans go smoothly, the library could be open by early 2017. (courtesy of Ramsey County Libraries)
Glass and wood dominate the design of the planned new Ramsey County Regional Library in Shoreview. If plans go smoothly, the library could be open by early 2017. (courtesy of Ramsey County Libraries)
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The new library will be located closer to Highway 96 than the former library building, which could be taken over by Mounds View Public Schools’ administrative offices. (courtesy of Ramsey County Libraries)
The new library will be located closer to Highway 96 than the former library building, which could be taken over by Mounds View Public Schools’ administrative offices. (courtesy of Ramsey County Libraries)
07/21/2015
Shoreview resident Jeanne Minder received her triathlon gold medal in the National Senior Games with silver medalist Randeen Torvik Ragan, of Texas, and bronze medalist Deborah Ellis, of Ohio.
Shoreview resident Jeanne Minder received her triathlon gold medal in the National Senior Games with silver medalist Randeen Torvik Ragan, of Texas, and bronze medalist Deborah Ellis, of Ohio.
07/21/2015
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