Home Page

Featured Articles


Matt Hudson The land formerly known as Lowry Grove pictured on April 8. Developer Brad Hoyt is advertising a new mobile home park less than two years after closing down the former park and vacating those who lived there.
Thursday, 04/18/19
Matt Hudson staff writer   Less than two years after the residents of the Lowry Grove mobile home park were forced out to make way for apartments, the site is now being advertised as a new mobile home park. A website for the 15-acre plot, rebranded as Urban Grove,... + continue reading
Thursday, 04/18/19
There are nine finalists for the 2019 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award and an educator at Roseville Area High School is one of them. Jeffrey Davies teaches industrial technology with a focus on woods and trades at the high school. The 46-year-old started out among 168 candidates for... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider
Thursday, 04/18/19
Winter’s last gasp blew into the Twin Cities April 10-12. The blizzard made the April 11 morning commute a tricky one, as evidenced by a van that slid off the ramp from Snelling Avenue to eastbound Highway 36 in Roseville. According to the State Patrol, from 5 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. that same... + continue reading
Thursday, 04/18/19
Students at Mounds View High School are organizing an event that’s aimed at destigmatizing conversations about mental health. The first Out of the Darkness Walk is set to take place on Sunday, May 5, in Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton. The student-led effort includes Nate... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider Roseville recently re-upped cell carrier leases on and around its Fairview Avenue water tower, which net the city tens of thousands of dollars a year.
Thursday, 04/18/19
The Roseville City Council on April 8 extended leases with cell carriers on and around the city’s water tower off Fairview Avenue, potentially locking in hundreds of thousands of dollars of future income for the city. Considering the leases, council members also discussed the future of... + continue reading

Recent Posts


Matt Hudson The land formerly known as Lowry Grove pictured on April 8. Developer Brad Hoyt is advertising a new mobile home park less than two years after closing down the former park and vacating those who lived there.

Mike Munzenrider Roseville recently re-upped cell carrier leases on and around its Fairview Avenue water tower, which net the city tens of thousands of dollars a year.

file photo Lauderdale will make $2.27 million worth of improvements to Eustis Street and Roselawn Avenue this summer.

East Side Review

Monday, 06/26/17
Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

courtesy of Ramsey County Parks and Recreation
,

courtesy of Ramsey County Parks and Recreation
04/15/19 -

South West Review


courtesy of Ramsey County Parks and Recreation
Monday, 04/15/19
The Harding High School Fishing Club and the St. Paul Police Department Police Activities League did some training on March 28 to prep for open-water fishing. Ramsey County Parks and Recreation lent... + continue reading

Roseville - Little Canada


Matt Hudson The land formerly known as Lowry Grove pictured on April 8. Developer Brad Hoyt is advertising a new mobile home park less than two years after closing down the former park and vacating those who lived there.
Thursday, 04/18/19
Matt Hudson staff writer   Less than two years after the residents of the Lowry Grove mobile home park were forced out to make way for apartments, the site is now being advertised as a... + continue reading

Oakdale - Lake Elmo

Monday, 04/15/19
At a recent rally on the steps of the state Capitol, dozens of Minnesotans braved freezing winter temperatures to speak out for themselves and for the millions of other Americans with diabetes who... + continue reading

The show must go on, and that’s just what happened for South St. Paul Theatre. Students performed “Midsummer 2019” April 11-14, just as a spring blizzard descended on the Twin Cities. The production, based on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” brings together heroic figures from Greek mythology, mystical creatures from English folklore, young lovers from a Roman comedy and working class actors putting on a community theatre version of “Romeo and Juliet.” They all meet in the woods, where craziness ensues.
04/15/19

submitted graphic A graphic mockup of a new Lake Elmo park, save for a few changes for safety, which was approved by the Lake Elmo City Council April 2.
04/10/19

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood

Thursday, 04/18/19
Mounds View High School won the state champion title in the Adam Smith, or advanced placement, division of the statewide Economics Challenge on April 3 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.... + continue reading

courtesy of Catholic Schools Center of Excellence Julianne Thomas, left, won a second-place award at the Catholic STEM fair in early April.
04/18/19 -

The show must go on, and that’s just what happened for South St. Paul Theatre. Students performed “Midsummer 2019” April 11-14, just as a spring blizzard descended on the Twin Cities. The production, based on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” brings together heroic figures from Greek mythology, mystical creatures from English folklore, young lovers from a Roman comedy and working class actors putting on a community theatre version of “Romeo and Juliet.” They all meet in the woods, where craziness ensues.
04/15/19 -

Bulletin Area


Matt Hudson The land formerly known as Lowry Grove pictured on April 8. Developer Brad Hoyt is advertising a new mobile home park less than two years after closing down the former park and vacating those who lived there.
04/18/2019
Matt Hudson staff writer   Less than two years after the residents of the Lowry Grove mobile home park were forced out to make way for apartments, the site is now being advertised as a... + continue reading
Comment Here