Solomon Gustavo

Tue
16
Oct

Shoreview candidates talk low taxes and Community Center expansion

In Shoreview, the ballot this November will have five candidates running for two council seats while the incumbent mayor is effectively running unopposed.

Tue
16
Oct

No charges again after county reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office announced Oct. 10 that it is closing its latest review of the deputy who fatally shot a man in Vadnais Heights in 2017, again determining the shooting to be justified. 

Tue
16
Oct

Arden Hills candidates talk Rice Creek Commons, attracting business, jobs

The ballot for Arden Hills this November will have three candidates running for two council seats, while the incumbent mayor is running unopposed. 

Tue
16
Oct

Mounds View incumbents talk Crossroads Pointe redevelopment and infrastructure

On the Mounds View ballot this November, two city council incumbents are running for re-election without any challengers, and the incumbent mayor is also running unopposed. 

Mon
15
Oct

2 Shoreview schools briefly locked down

As a precaution in response to an individual fleeing from deputies in the Shoreview area, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office put Island Lake Elementary and St. Odelia School on lockdown the morning of Oct. 4. 

Mon
15
Oct

New Brighton farmers’ market closes for fall

The New Brighton farmers’ market held its final day of the season on Oct. 3.

Mon
15
Oct

41A and 41B candidates answer audience questions at forum

With a little over a month left before the general election, candidates for both the Minnesota House districts 41A and 41B seats met for a League of Women Voters forum at New Brighton City Hall Oct 1. 

Mon
15
Oct

County attorney reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

New evidence turned over after case was closed in January

 

Mon
15
Oct

County attorney reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

New evidence turned over after case was closed in January

Mon
15
Oct

New Brighton transitions back to its own water

After the Minnesota Department of Health notified New Brighton in 2016 of finding a pollutant called dioxane in its well water, the city had been getting water from Minneapolis ever since.

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