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Arden Hills seeks input on TCAAP civic site


file photo With development work stalling on the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site in Arden Hills, the city revealed at a Nov. 14 public hearing plans for a civic site at the development that’s intended to be a community gathering space.

Reveal comes as development work stalls

 

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Bites abound at revamped Rosedale Center


submitted photo Baldamar, described as “a modern American steakhouse for the urban suburban” by the people behind it, is slated to open as a freestanding restaurant near Rosedale Center in fall 2019. It’s not the only food news happening near the Roseville mall.

Change continues at Rosedale Center with the early November announcement of a standalone, 264-seat steakhouse that’s slated to open at the Roseville mall next fall.

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Water main break pushes back 7th Avenue construction


Solomon Gustavo/Review Construction workers laid cement where a water main broke during a recent Xcel Energy Gas project that was supposed to finish Nov. 5 at the intersection of Margaret Street and East Seventh Avenue in North St. Paul. Because of the break, the project end date was pushed back to Nov. 16.

Project now slated to finish Nov 16 

 

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Ramsey County Library seeks feedback for new master plan


file photo The new $16 million Shoreview Library, which opened in January 2017, was the final project in the Ramsey County Library system’s previous master plan. The library system is now seeking public input on its master plan for 2025 and beyond.

The Ramsey County Library system wants to hear from library users to help develop its master plan for 2025 and beyond.

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New Brighton voters stick with even-year elections

A multi-year controversy was seemingly put to an end Nov. 6 when New Brighton voters, 61.76 percent, cast a ballot to keep on the books an ordinance switching city elections from odd to even years.

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New Brighton Winter Market back for 3rd straight year


Paintings — as well as locally made prints — will be on display and available for purchase.

The sprawling New Brighton Farmers’ Market soaking up the summer sun in the parking lot of United Theological Seminary on Fifth Street has quickly become a fresh food tradition. 

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Banks, law enforcement, raise red flag on phone scams

The shocking details just kept piling up: the woman’s grandson was in jail in New Jersey, he’d been charged with DWI and had hit a pregnant woman with his car.

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Nov

Lauderdale ups tobacco purchase age

Arden Hills takes look at age increase this month​

The Lauderdale City Council voted last month to raise the tobacco sales age in the community from 18 to 21, joining more than a dozen Minnesota cities in doing so.

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Little Canada man charged for allegedly firing gun at youth football game


Lemar Eugene Anderson

A Little Canada man who allegedly fired a gun at a youth football game in St. Paul was charged Oct. 29 with a felony and could face up to five years in prison.

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Extra: Hill-Murray takes on musical ‘Newsies’


Solomon Gustavo Hill-Murray School junior and cast member of the school’s production of the musical “Newsies” Kari Lambert used the set printing press during an Oct. 30 rehearsal. The play, about the 1899 newspaper strike, runs at the school weekends through Nov. 19.

Acrobatic dancing, intricate songs and detailed sets are hallmarks of the technically challenging musical “Newsies.”

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