St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
Sunday, May 24, 2015
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About 40 new rain gardens appeared in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood over the weekend of May 15-18, thanks to a joint initiative from two local watershed districts as well as the St. Paul Public Works Department. The city’s public works department has teamed up with Capitol Region Watershed... + continue reading
An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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Open house scheduled for May 30 With a studio location in place, equipment purchased, and some programming beginning to form, the East Side’s own community radio station, 104.7 WEQY, is on its way to being ready for broadcasting. “We have all the equipment; we have the antenna,... + continue reading
Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Sunday, May 24, 2015
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A look back at West St. Paul Days 2015. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review) + continue reading
Maxine Brooks picks out some salad greens from Merrick Community Service’s food shelf at Woodland Hills Church. Thanks to the food shelf, she’s able to give her grandchildren, whom she’s raising, nutritious meal options. Brooks, an East Sider, relies on Social Security while raising her three young grandchildren. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Maxine Brooks picks out some salad greens from Merrick Community Service’s food shelf at Woodland Hills Church. Thanks to the food shelf, she’s able to give her grandchildren, whom she’s raising, nutritious meal options. Brooks, an East Sider, relies on Social Security while raising her three young grandchildren. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, May 24, 2015
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A few years ago, Merrick Community Services’ food shelf was dinky. It was in a commercial building, where the organization paid market-rate rent of $1,400 a month, and where food shelf recipients waited outdoors, rain or shine, to receive groceries. The food shelf could only help about 30... + continue reading
West St. Paul resident Jerry Brown, 64, keeps a collection of all the race medals he’s earned. He ran his first marathon at age 32 and will log his 300th Memorial Day weekend. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
West St. Paul resident Jerry Brown, 64, keeps a collection of all the race medals he’s earned. He ran his first marathon at age 32 and will log his 300th Memorial Day weekend. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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For many recreational runners, completing at least one marathon — 26.2 miles — satisfies their urge to push themselves further than they had ever thought possible. Having once endured black toenails, painful blisters and unforeseen chafing, they settle back into a more manageable... + continue reading
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Maxine Brooks picks out some salad greens from Merrick Community Service’s food shelf at Woodland Hills Church. Thanks to the food shelf, she’s able to give her grandchildren, whom she’s raising, nutritious meal options. Brooks, an East Sider, relies on Social Security while raising her three young grandchildren. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Maxine Brooks picks out some salad greens from Merrick Community Service’s food shelf at Woodland Hills Church. Thanks to the food shelf, she’s able to give her grandchildren, whom she’s raising, nutritious meal options. Brooks, an East Sider, relies on Social Security while raising her three young grandchildren. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
West St. Paul resident Jerry Brown, 64, keeps a collection of all the race medals he’s earned. He ran his first marathon at age 32 and will log his 300th Memorial Day weekend. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
West St. Paul resident Jerry Brown, 64, keeps a collection of all the race medals he’s earned. He ran his first marathon at age 32 and will log his 300th Memorial Day weekend. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

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An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Sunday, 05/24/15
Open house scheduled for May 30 With a studio location in place, equipment purchased, and some programming beginning to form, the East Side’s own community radio station, 104.7 WEQY, is on its way to being ready for broadcasting. “We have all the equipment; we have the... + continue reading
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
Sunday, 05/24/15
About 40 new rain gardens appeared in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood over the weekend of May 15-18, thanks to a joint initiative from two local watershed districts as well as the St. Paul Public Works Department. The city’s public works department has teamed up with Capitol Region... + continue reading
Candles, flowers, flags, and more were left at the corner of Dodd and Smith in the days after officer Scott Patrick was killed following a traffic stop. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Candles, flowers, flags, and more were left at the corner of Dodd and Smith in the days after officer Scott Patrick was killed following a traffic stop. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Sunday, 05/24/15
Last week, a bill to designate a section of Dodd Road in Mendota Heights as “Officer Scott Patrick Memorial Highway” was unanimously passed by the state House and Senate. The law was then signed by Gov. Mark Dayton Tuesday, May 19. This paves the way for Minnesota State... + continue reading
Sunday, 05/24/15
Two local men were detained by Inver Grove Heights police officers for vandalism in a Dakota County park area Wednesday, May 6. The suspects, Frank Rileyjack Ramos, 20, Inver Grove Heights, and Luis Manuel Sevilla-Preciado, 21, West St. Paul, were then turned over to the Dakota County... + continue reading
West St. Paul resident Jerry Brown, 64, keeps a collection of all the race medals he’s earned. He ran his first marathon at age 32 and will log his 300th Memorial Day weekend. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
West St. Paul resident Jerry Brown, 64, keeps a collection of all the race medals he’s earned. He ran his first marathon at age 32 and will log his 300th Memorial Day weekend. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Sunday, 05/24/15
For many recreational runners, completing at least one marathon — 26.2 miles — satisfies their urge to push themselves further than they had ever thought possible. Having once endured black toenails, painful blisters and unforeseen chafing, they settle back into a more... + continue reading

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Sunday, 04/12/15
Thursday, March 12 — Wednesday, March 25, 2015 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5... + continue reading
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
St. Paul residents work with volunteers to plant a boulevard rain garden to keep stormwater pollutants out of Lake Phalen. (photo courtesy of Sage Passi/Ramsey Washington Metro Watershed District)
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An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
An open house preview of the new WEQY radio station will take place on Saturday, May 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret St. There, East Siders can learn more about how to be involved in the community radio station, and check out some of the equipment that will be used. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
05/24/15 -
The old Hayden Heights Library kids’ space is a bit outdated, and could use some sprucing up, St. Paul Public Library staff decided. So, with a $10,000 grant, they’ll unveil a new, brighter space on Saturday, May 30. (submitted photo)
The old Hayden Heights Library kids’ space is a bit outdated, and could use some sprucing up, St. Paul Public Library staff decided. So, with a $10,000 grant, they’ll unveil a new, brighter space on Saturday, May 30. (submitted photo)
05/24/15 -

South West Review

Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Carnival foods were on the minds of many this past weekend.
Sunday, 05/24/15
A look back at West St. Paul Days 2015. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review) + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada

Tuesday, 05/19/15
The Little Canada City Council is seeking applicants to fill one vacancy on the Parks and Recreation Commission. The term of office is for approximately 17 months through December 31, 2016. The... + continue reading
Learning canoe paddling technique and then getting out on the water in the Wilderness Inquiry Voyageur canoes was popular at the 2014 WaterFest. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Learning canoe paddling technique and then getting out on the water in the Wilderness Inquiry Voyageur canoes was popular at the 2014 WaterFest. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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A group of canoeists passes another carrying their own sound system on Lake Phalen during the 2014 WaterFest. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
A group of canoeists passes another carrying their own sound system on Lake Phalen during the 2014 WaterFest. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
05/19/15 -

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Linda Zick and Crist Langelett are two of the driving forces behind the success of the North St. Paul Area Food Shelf. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Linda Zick and Crist Langelett are two of the driving forces behind the success of the North St. Paul Area Food Shelf. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Wednesday, 05/20/15
On Tuesday, May 12, volunteers of the North St. Paul Area Food Shelf found themselves on the receiving end of a free meal. Commemorating the nonprofit's 40th anniversary with a luncheon at K... + continue reading
On May 7, 1932, members of the 4th District of the Minnesota Federation of Women’s Clubs, unveil a memorial plaque, dedicating an elm tree grove in Keller Park to George Washington in honor of the bicentennial of his birthday. The children were direct descendants of Augustine Washington, George Washington’s half-brother. (courtesy Minnesota Historical Society)
On May 7, 1932, members of the 4th District of the Minnesota Federation of Women’s Clubs, unveil a memorial plaque, dedicating an elm tree grove in Keller Park to George Washington in honor of the bicentennial of his birthday. The children were direct descendants of Augustine Washington, George Washington’s half-brother. (courtesy Minnesota Historical Society)
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The recently recovered George Washington memorial grove plaque is currently being stored outside the Maplewood Public Works facility. On May 16, city staff will haul it back to its home site for a brief rededication ceremony. (submitted photo)
The recently recovered George Washington memorial grove plaque is currently being stored outside the Maplewood Public Works facility. On May 16, city staff will haul it back to its home site for a brief rededication ceremony. (submitted photo)
05/13/15

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Wednesday, 05/20/15
Beginning Friday, June 5, the streets of downtown North St. Paul will be bustling with activity as collectors, residents and out-of-town visitors and spectators of all ages come to scope out the... + continue reading
Linda Zick and Crist Langelett are two of the driving forces behind the success of the North St. Paul Area Food Shelf. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Linda Zick and Crist Langelett are two of the driving forces behind the success of the North St. Paul Area Food Shelf. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
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North St. Paul Area Food Shelf volunteer Jerry Lindahl, 82, reaches for a canned good while packing grocery bags for a client. He got involved through his church and works a shift every six weeks. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
North St. Paul Area Food Shelf volunteer Jerry Lindahl, 82, reaches for a canned good while packing grocery bags for a client. He got involved through his church and works a shift every six weeks. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
05/20/15 -
St. Pascal Baylon pastor Mike Byron stands in an empty, unused classroom at the parish school. The school was once flourishing with as many as 500 students. Now, the numbers are down to 135 students. In dire financial straits, the school is being restructured. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
St. Pascal Baylon pastor Mike Byron stands in an empty, unused classroom at the parish school. The school was once flourishing with as many as 500 students. Now, the numbers are down to 135 students. In dire financial straits, the school is being restructured. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
05/17/15 -

Bulletin Area

05/20/2015
Snail Lake Regional Park located on the south side of Snail Lake in Shoreview saw a a lot of action on Saturday, May 16. Kids enjoyed all the playground equipment and each other’s company on... + continue reading
Belair Sitework Services is located at 2200 Old Highway 8 in the far northwest of New Brighton, with the border between the city and Mounds View being the company’s northern property line. The company is looking to expand its existing operations and is planning to enter into the road salt storage and distribution business as well.  Rush Lake is just south of Belair and Long Lake is to the southwest. (Courtesy of New Brighton)
Belair Sitework Services is located at 2200 Old Highway 8 in the far northwest of New Brighton, with the border between the city and Mounds View being the company’s northern property line. The company is looking to expand its existing operations and is planning to enter into the road salt storage and distribution business as well. Rush Lake is just south of Belair and Long Lake is to the southwest. (Courtesy of New Brighton)
05/20/2015
Jaymz Culver (Ignacio Perez/U.S. Navy)
Jaymz Culver (Ignacio Perez/U.S. Navy)
05/20/2015
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