Maplewood

Wed
20
Jun

Group saves man’s life at Maplewood YMCA


courtesy of City of Maplewood • The Maplewood Police Department presented seven city employees Lifesaving Awards at the June 11 city council meeting. Also, two residents and two White Bear Lake police officers, who assisted in the same medical emergency, were presented Citizen’s Awards. After the awards were distributed, resident Kelley Conway, his wife Caryn and their children posed for a group photo with the Maplewood City Council and the men and women who worked together to safe Conway’s life after he experienced cardiac arrest.

Lifesavers presented awards June 11

In a moment of crisis, 11 people teamed up to save a man’s life at the Maplewood YMCA on March 22. 

Wed
20
Jun

Urban agriculture taking root in Maplewood

Several new urban agriculture policy changes will go into effect in Maplewood June 20 following unanimous June 11 city council votes. 

Wed
13
Jun

Making sense of the Oakdale mayoral special election


Paul Reinke

When looking at election materials for Oakdale mayor, it might, at first glance, look a bit like musical chairs. 

Wed
13
Jun

Maplewood to hold a primary election for city council seats

The filing period closed June 5 for Maplewood residents looking to become candidates for the two available city council seats.

Mon
21
May

One-year-old boy hit and killed by car at Maplewood home

Was thought to have been inside house

 

A 1-year-old boy was accidentally struck and killed by a vehicle driven by a family member in a Maplewood neighborhood the night of May 20.

Wed
16
May

Tobacco 21 discussions begin slowly in Maplewood


file photo • Youth from John Glenn Middle School’s Support Our School group have talked with several elected officials about raising the tobacco sales age from 18 to 21. During Minnesotans for a Smoke-Free Generation Day on March 22, the students met with Reps. Leon Lillie and Peter Fischer, as well as Sen. Chuck Wiger, at the Capitol, and in April, they met with Maplewood Mayor Nora Slawik.

Cities changing the tobacco sales age from 18 to 21 is a growing trend in the metro area. The week of May 7, Shoreview and Falcon Heights became the first east metro cities to join the trend, which includes five other cities in Minnesota.

Wed
09
May

Rep. Leon Lillie recovering after fall from ladder


Courtesy of Minnesota House Public Information Services • Despite having numerous broken bones, State Rep. Leon Lillie made a surprise appearance at the House Capital Investment Committee the morning of May 4, according to a tweet posted by @MNHouseInfo that same day.

Leon Lillie

State Rep. Leon Lillie was hospitalized after he fell off a ladder at his home April 22, breaking multiple bones. 

Fri
27
Apr

Short-term mental health facility opens in Maplewood


Aundrea Kinney/Review • During an April 12 open house event, community members were welcomed into Afton Place to see the renovations HealthPartners did to the building and to learn more about the short-term residential mental health transitional support program that began there April 18. After touring the building, most in attendance gathered to chat in the dining area where patients eat family-style meals and learn nutritional and budgeting skills.

Despite a bump in the road just over a year ago, Afton Place, a short-term residential mental health transitional support facility in Maplewood, began taking in patients April 18 after hosting a successful public open house event the week before.

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