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Roseville chief discusses police policy at town hall meeting


Roseville police Chief Rick Mathwig took questions from residents Oct. 2 at the Roseville Skating Center during a town hall-style Imagine Roseville community discussion. Mike Munzenrider/photo

Roseville police Chief Rick Mathwig answered questions from the public Oct. 2 at the Roseville Skating Center, discussing immigration issues, his department’s hiring policies and what’s changed since the police killing of Philando Castile.

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09
Oct

Developer addresses density concerns at Lowry Grove redevelopment

New proposal has  100 fewer units.

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09
Oct

Mounds View grants liquor license to movie theater


Though its signs haven’t changed yet, the former Carmike Wynnsong 15 in Mounds View is now owned by New Vision Theatres, a company based out of Westfield, New Jersey. Under its new name — Mounds View 15 — the theater will soon begin selling alcoholic drinks to moviegoers. Jesse Poole/photo

Mounds View has just one movie theater, and with its population of 13,000 residents, and a geographical area of approximately four square miles, Mayor Carol Mueller says “that makes sense.”

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09
Oct

New hotel set to come to Arden Hills, situated along I-694


The exterior of the building will be comprised of a variety of building materials, including brick, stone, glass and other materials. According to the developer, extensive landscaping will occur and 58 new trees will be planted along the perimeter of the site and within the parking lot area. submitted graphic

Built three decades ago, a vacant office building tucked away on Northwoods Drive near Interstate 694 and Lexington Avenue in Arden Hills will soon be replaced by a 139-room hotel.

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Oct

Beeping anti-theft device mistaken for bomb in Maplewood


The Maplewood Police Department helped keep passersby safely away from the Maplewood Mall Metro Transit Station until it was clear there was no bomb. Aundrea Kinney/photo

When a Metro Transit bus operator heard a beeping sound in one of the trash cans at the Maplewood Mall Metro Transit Station, the driver immediately contacted Metro Transit Police Officers, fearing the noise could be coming from a bomb.

Fri
06
Oct

From the East Side to Puerto Rico


Volunteers sorted donations for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico at the Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center on Oct. 3. Marjorie Otto/Review

If you walked into the Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center anytime the first week of October, the atmosphere felt very much like a beehive, with volunteers buzzing about with cases of food and water.

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06
Oct

The sights and sounds of the St. Paul Fall Art Crawl come to the East Side

The St. Paul Fall Art Crawl is Oct. 13, 14 and 15, and if you’re looking to stay local, the East Side will have quite a few stops. At all the locations below, the crawl runs 6-10 p.m. on Friday, 12-8 p.m. on Saturday and 12-5 p.m.

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06
Oct

SNAPSHOT: Touch-a-Truck

Families filled Harmon Park in West St. Paul Sept. 30 for the annual Touch-a-Truck event.
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03
Oct

Emma’s Place in Maplewood makes a difference


Emma’s Place, located on Van Dyke Street in Maplewood, was opened in 2002 and offers permanent townhouse-style homes and support services for single parent families with three or more children. Emma Norton Services, which runs Emma’s Place and works to end homelessness for women and families, is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Aundrea Kinney photo/Review

Emma Norton Services celebrates a century of fighting homelessnes.

 

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