East Side Review

Tue
14
Feb

Time for a commitment to clean water

Clean, fresh water is part of our heritage — and it’s an important part of what makes our area and our state such a great place to live. But unfortunately, pollution is contaminating our drinking water, lakes, rivers and streams.

Tue
14
Feb

Presidential experience for a fledgling intern

When the managing editor casually asked me if I wanted to cover the presidential visit in Maplewood, I thought she was a joking. Why wouldn’t everyone be jumping at the opportunity?

Tue
14
Feb

For "Fish Man" Dan, a dream come true

He's had a bird store in Robbinsdale. He's had a fish store on Rice Street. And he's had any number of jobs besides, mostly dealing with pets.
But now Dan Monson, 55, has something he's never had before: a store just blocks from where he grew up.

Tue
14
Feb

For "Fish Man" Dan, a dream come true

He's had a bird store in Robbinsdale. He's had a fish store on Rice Street. And he's had any number of jobs besides, mostly dealing with pets.
But now Dan Monson, 55, has something he's never had before: a store just blocks from where he grew up.

Mon
06
Feb

United Way partnership gets $1.1 million to help children smile

Is there anything more rewarding than making a child smile? Greater Twin Cities United Way announced a new grant of more than $1.1 million dollars that will keep kids grinning for years to come. The investment from the John S. and James L.

Mon
06
Feb

Follow St. Paul’s Bookmobile a it blogs its way to Mexico

St. Paul’s retired bookmobile departed from Central Library Jan. 20 on a week-long, 2,200 mile journey to Manzanillo, Mexico.

Mon
06
Feb

Congratulations, White Bear Lake!

A few days before Christmas, a large group gathered at St. Stephen Lutheran church in White Bear Lake for a Police Captain’s Memorial Service. Funerals for law enforcement officers generally draw large numbers from surrounding police and sheriffs’ departments.

Mon
06
Feb

Grant will help train ‘homegrown’ teachers



St. Paul Public Schools has received a $3.3 million grant to recruit and train its paraprofessionals to be special education and English language learner teachers. Historically, the district has had difficulty finding teachers in these areas.

Mon
06
Feb

Thinking about completing a bachelor’s degree?

If you are thinking about completing a bachelor’s degree, come to free information meetings on Tuesday, Feb. 10 and find out more about Metropolitan State University’s degree programs. The meetings are from noon to 1 p.m. and 6 to 7 p.m. at Metropolitan State’s St. Paul Campus, 700 E.

Mon
06
Feb

Johnson High School one of 18 schools awarded MIT Inventeam grant

The next ingenious invention may not come from a giant corporation, but from Johnson High.

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