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Little Canada hires new city administrator


Chris Heineman

Little Canada is set to have a new city administrator starting next month.

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14
Aug

Settlement hearing scheduled in lawsuit for Roseville police killing


John Birkeland

An Aug. 6 settlement conference order is the first filing of the year related to a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Roseville and three of its police officers.

Tue
14
Aug

Mounds View is turning 60


file photo • Mounds View turns 60 years old this year and a celebration of the city’s six decades is Friday, Aug. 17 at City Hall.

This year marks the 60th since Mounds View was incorporated as a village in 1958. 

Mayor Carol Mueller said the city she heads is a wonderful place in which to work and play.

Mon
13
Aug

Shooting leaves one dead near Harding High School

The St. Paul Police Department is investigating an Aug. 12 shooting that left one man dead near Harding High School.

The deceased man was identified as 21-year-old Devon L. Goode, of St. Paul, according to police

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13
Aug

Artist tells Payne Avenue stories through portraits


courtesy of Stephan Kistler • Photographer Stephan Kistler spent much of early 2018 going up and down Payne Avenue taking portraits of business owners, residents and visitors, like the one seen above. His portraits and stories about the subjects will be on display at the East Side Arts Council office, 977 Payne Ave., starting in September.

During much of this last long and cold winter, St. Paul photographer Stephan Kistler spent time on Payne Avenue taking portraits of the people who live, work, and visit one of the East Side’s main streets.

Mon
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Aug

Inver Grove Heights begins discussion about police body cameras

Inver Grove Heights became one of the latest cities on Aug. 6 to begin the conversation about using police-worn body cameras. 

Mon
13
Aug

Mendota Heights starts looking at future road projects

The Mendota Heights City Council on Aug. 6 unanimously approved moving forward with a feasibility report for two road projects identified as part of the city’s 2019-2023 Capital Improvement Plan.

Mon
13
Aug

Eastsiders: primary election is Aug. 14

The state primary is coming up on Tuesday, Aug. 14, with polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Mon
13
Aug

Mendota Heights hit by new ‘secret’-spilling scam


courtesy of Mendota Heights Police Department • A scheme targeting mostly men has reached Mendota Heights, according to police. Be on the look out for letters like this in your mailbox, stating someone will spill your “secret” if you don’t pay them in bitcoin. Such letters can be ignored — they’re a scam.

Over the past few weeks, residents of Mendota Heights have been getting suspicious messages in the mail or by email. Police Chief Kelly McCarthy said this scam, while new to the city, is a pretty well-established one across the county.

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13
Aug

St. Paul working to create master plan for Swede Hollow Park


Marjorie Otto/Review • The City of St. Paul was recently awarded an $80,000 grant to create a master plan for Swede Hollow Park. Much of the work that has occurred at the park over the years has been guided by the local Friends of Swede Hollow group, as well as other neighbors of the park, who will have a chance to provide input on the city’s new master plan.

The City of St. Paul was recently awarded an $80,000 grant from the McNeely Foundation to fund the work of creating a master plan for Swede Hollow Park. 

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