News

Mon
18
Sep

Roseville school district seeks building bond for updates and space


A science room at Roseville Area Middle School. Science teachers use the same space for teaching and laboratory time. Approval of the district’s building bond would create funding to build separate space for teaching and science labs. Mike Munzenrider

Community meetings scheduled to shore up ‘yes’ votes for $144 million bond

 

As clean and organized as it might be, Roseville Area Middle School is beginning to show its age.

Mon
18
Sep

Serier aims to remain as Ramsey County sheriff


Jack Serier

Jack Serier was appointed as Ramsey County sheriff at the beginning of the year. Now in his ninth month on the job, he has officially decided it’s a position he would like to keep.

Mon
18
Sep

St. Anthony mulls council appointment or special election


Bonnie Brever resigned from the St. Anthony City Council Aug. 18, submitting her letter of resignation just days after the filing period closed for the upcoming city elections this fall. 

Mon
18
Sep

East Side restaurant owner heads to Texas to cook warm meals for Harvey first-responders

When a natural disaster hits halfway across the country, it can be difficult to find a way to directly help those affected. 

Mon
18
Sep

Maryland Avenue resurfacing postponed


From mid-May through mid-July, Ramsey County collected data and comments following a four-to-three lanes reduction on Maryland Avenue between Payne Avenue and Johnson Parkway. graphic courtesy of Ramsey County

Engineers want more time to collect more data

 

Mon
18
Sep

South St. Paul soccer celebrates milestones

Half-century and quarter-century celebrations for local soccer programs


 

Boys soccer celebrates 50 years

Mon
18
Sep

East Side Review - People - September 18, 2017


Janet Lorenzo, of Inver Grove Heights, has been named a 2017 Minnesota Humanities Center Veterans’ Voices Award recipient.

Mon
18
Sep

Kaposia Landing to get new picnic shelter


South St. Paul Parks and Recreation Director Chris Esser said this Hastings picnic shelter, though smaller, is similar to the one that will be installed at Kaposia Landing. The South St. Paul City Council approved the shelter project Sept. 5. submitted photo

On Sept. 5, the South St. Paul City Council approved the construction of a new picnic shelter at Kaposia Landing in partnership with the South St. Paul Lions Club.

Mon
18
Sep

Lifelong East Sider honored as parade grand marshal

Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival Parade set for Sept. 23

 

Wed
13
Sep

North St. Paul daycare provider pleads guilty in infant’s death


Amy Jo Englebretson

An unlicensed daycare provider in North St. Paul pleaded guilty to manslaughter for the death of an infant in her care last summer.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News
Comment Here