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Sep

Unique theater piece coming to Swede Hollow Park


The cast of “Swede Hollow Ghost Sonata” rehearsed in the park Aug. 24. The unique theater piece will be presented in Swede Hollow Park starting Sept. 14 and will evoke concepts of immigration to serve as a starting point for community dialogue. (Marjorie Otto/Review)

On a recent Saturday morning a group of 20-or-so actors gathered at the edge of Swede Hollow Park for a rehearsal before singing, dancing and tossing old suitcases into Drewry Tunnel.

Mon
02
Sep

Hillcrest master plan work to begin in October

City looking for citizens to help guide process

 

As summer winds down and turns to fall, work on planning the future of the former Hillcrest Golf Course is beginning to wind up. 

Wed
28
Aug

SNAPSHOT: Call to order


Amy Felegy/Review

Ted, left, and James Unger were sworn in as temporary mayors, promising to be good citizens and to study hard in school. “I now make you an official mayor for the day of Aug.

Wed
28
Aug

Stop sign in sight for Lake Boulevard road construction


Construction materials sit in a neighbor’s yard near Silver Lake. The project is set to wrap up this fall and be completely done in 2020. (Amy Felegy/Review)

The city, construction managers and residents agree: Residential road construction is frustrating. But it won’t be much longer for those living near Silver Lake.

Wed
28
Aug

L.M.N.O.P: Marsha - North St. Paul

Every week, we comb the streets of L(ake Elmo), M(aplewood), N(orth St. Paul) and O(akdale) to find a P(erson) willing to share a bit of their story for the Review. To nominate someone for consideration to be featured, contact Amy Felegy at afelegy@lillienews.com or 651-748-7815

Wed
28
Aug

Meet your new North St. Paul mayors ... for a day


The three North St. Paul “Mayors” took a moment to rest amid a busy day of learning the ins and outs of the city. (Amy Felegy photos/Review)

“Both of you get a raise — and the day off,” said 11-year-old James Unger as he joked with police department staff. Using his newfound power, James and his 9-year-old brother, Ted, took the title of North St. Paul Mayor for Aug. 20 and 21.

Tue
27
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Dog days of summer


courtesy of Brightondale Assisted Living

Small but mighty dachshunds were off to the races on Aug. 17 at Brightondale Senior Campus in New Brighton.

Tue
27
Aug

Zebra mussels found in Roseville’s Lake McCarrons


Zebra mussels, an invasive species that can cause a number of issues in Minnesota lakes, were found in Lake McCarrons as announced Aug. 22. (courtesy of Creative Commons)

The Capitol Region Watershed District on Aug. 22 said zebra mussels had been discovered in Lake McCarrons in Roseville.

Tue
27
Aug

Former New Brighton school demolished to make way for housing


Construction crews began demolishing the former New Brighton Elementary School on Aug. 14, in order to get the city-owned land ready for sale to Pulte and Dominium. The developers will then build 411 affordable and market-rate units on the 12-acre site, which spans Old Highway 8 where the road jogs east toward City Hall. (Bridget Kranz)

Midtown Village development moves forward, traffic changes to come

 

Tue
27
Aug

Presenting Roseville’s old and now — ‘A Sense of Place’

Update: Organizers as of Sept. 3 said this event is full. 

Roseville mixed-media artist Bob Murphy is again showing photographs and other work about Roseville’s past and how it connects to now.

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