Solomon Gustavo

Tue
17
Apr

Wilshire Park Elementary boasts Teacher of the Year finalist


Greg Truso

Wilshire Park Elementary School second grade teacher Greg Truso is one of 12 finalists for this year’s Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. 

Tue
17
Apr

Man wandering outside St. Anthony school taken on mental health hold, had shotgun in car

According to a joint release by the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District and St. Anthony Police Department, a man who may have been experiencing a “mental crisis” was found on Wilshire Park Elementary school grounds April 11.

Tue
17
Apr

St. Anthony council planning retreat found to be in violation of open meeting laws

The Minnesota Department of Administration found St. Anthony City Council meetings held outside of the city in January did not comply with open meeting laws. 

Tue
10
Apr

Irondale students, funded by alumni group, join D.C. gun march


submitted photo • Irondale students Lily Cartier and Gabriela Diaz at the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C., on March 24.

Among the throngs of students who descended on Washington, D.C., to march for stricter gun control last month was a group of Irondale High School students.

Tue
10
Apr

Shoreview resident awarded public health honor

Eugene Nichols, a resident of Shoreview, is the recipient of a 2018 Public Health Award from Ramsey County.

Tue
03
Apr

St. Anthony approves Lowry Grove plans for redevelopment


courtesy of The Village, LLC • A site map of the planned redevelopment of the former Lowry Grove site, which was approved by the St. Anthony City Council at its March 27 meeting. Initial plans for the site boasted more than 700 housing units, but were shot down over concerns of density. The just-approved plans include 414 units.

The St. Anthony City Council approved the latest redevelopment plans for the former Lowry Grove, now being called the Kenzie Terrace & Stinson Parkway development, at its March 27 meeting. 

Tue
03
Apr

Mounds View may become friendlier for front porches

Many of Mounds View’s homes were built in the 1940s and ‘50s, according to city planner Jon Sevald, before front porches were en vogue.

Tue
03
Apr

Mounds View sewer has ‘flushable’ wipes build up


courtesy of City of Mounds View • Mounds View said it found a build up of so-called “flushable” wipes in its sewer system March 20.

The City of Mounds View said one of its sewers had significant build up due to so-called “flushable’ wet wipes and asked residents to stop flushing such wipes down the toilet.

Tue
27
Mar

A busy week for New Brighton firefighters


Courtesy of New Brighton Department of Public Safety • New Brighton fiefighters responded March 21 to a fire alarm at a shop in the 300 block of Old Highway 8, extinguishing an underground fire.

On the morning of March 17, New Brighton Department of Public Safety units responded to a report of smoke coming from a home on the 1700 block of Ninth Street NW, according to the NBDPS Facebook page. 

Tue
27
Mar

Shoreview extending city water to homes currently on wells

Residents initially balk at cost

At its March 19 meeting following a public hearing, the Shoreview City Council passed a resolution making plans to extend the city water system to Dale Courts North and South. 

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