East Side Review

Sun
27
Aug

Dispatch from the dark side

A pilgrimage to view the total solar eclipse

 

Sun
27
Aug

Work on Snelling Avenue put on pause for State Fair


With the Minnesota State Fair running Aug. 24 through Sept. 4, the Minnesota Department of Transportation has halted work on Snelling Avenue near the fairgrounds and all lanes and ramps in the area are open through the duration of the fair. courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation

It’s not every year that the Great Minnesota Get-Together means some potential relief from traffic congestion, but this year might be different.

Sun
27
Aug

Johnson High School students take on menthol tobacco


Johnson High School students PaChia Xiong, PaDer Yang, Nouchi Vang, Xai Sarah Lee, Shaun Vang and group leader Tou Thai Lee have been going out into the community this summer to educate people about the dangers of menthol cigarettes. submitted photo

A group of Johnson High School students has been busy this summer. They’ve been going out into their community to educate neighbors about the dangers of menthol cigarettes.

Sun
27
Aug

Roseville turns to the sky


Some 200 people showed up to the Roseville Library Aug. 21 to see what’s been called the Great American Eclipse. Despite clouds and then rain, folks saw the early stages of what was locally a partial solar eclipse. Mike Munzenrider photo/Review

The clouds wouldn’t be upstaged by the moon.

Sun
27
Aug

Former college in Mendota Heights to house Minnehaha Academy students.


The former Brown College on Mendota Heights Road will house the upper school of Minnehaha Academy while work is done at the Minneapolis location of the school that was destroyed by an Aug. 2 natural gas explosion. The school is renovating the interior of the building to help it better fit its needs, with work slated to be complete by Sept. 5, the start of school. Hannah Burlingame/Review

With school just around the corner, now is the time when students start getting anxious for classes and teachers start making the final touches to the classroom and lesson plans. 

Tue
22
Aug

Visit our COMMUNITY CALENDAR to help plan your fall events and activities!

Take a class, watch a performance, attend a seminar, learn a craft and MUCH MORE by visiting the Lillie Suburban Newspaper's COMMUNITY CALENDAR

CLICK HERE FOR THE COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Sun
20
Aug

Changes coming to parking by Inver Grove Heights school


The Inver Grove Heights City Council passed a parking ban on Babcock Trail near Salem Hills Elementary School that takes effect at the start of the school year. Part of the concern with parking on Babcock Trail is the ditch on the passenger side of the car. Drivers either need to be on the grass to avoid being over the fog strip, or their driver’s side wheels are in the driving area. Hannah Burlingame/Review

Parking ban on Babcock Trail takes effect when class begins

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