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Shoreview natives open new brewery in St. Paul


Three young men, who started their beer-brewing endeavors in a basement in Shoreview, have now opened their brewery — 12wleve Eyes — in a basement in downtown St. Paul. Pictured, Elliot Grosse, one of the owners and brewers, takes an order from some customers during a July 27 soft opening. Jesse Poole

Beers, some first concocted in a Shoreview basement, can now be enjoyed in a newly renovated space beneath one of downtown St. Paul’s historic buildings.

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07
Aug

Settlement reached in contested Lowry Grove sale


St. Anthony’s former Lowry Grove mobile home park is vacant of residents, but it won’t be that way for long. In addition to building market-rate apartments, townhouses and senior-focused housing, as part of a legal settlement, the site’s owner is making provisions, in partnership with equitable housing nonprofit Aeon, to add 110 affordable units to the site as well. Jesse Poole photo

The new owner of the land known as Lowry Grove in St. Anthony Village has agreed to sell a portion of the 15-acre property to Aeon, a Minneapolis-based equitable housing nonprofit. 

Mon
07
Aug

Schools set referendums for November elections

The school boards of both South St. Paul Public Schools and Inver Grove Heights Schools have approved putting two questions each on the upcoming November ballot.

South St. Paul

Fri
04
Aug

Indian Mounds Park death compounded by social media


Micheal Bringle, 50, was found hanging at Indian Mounds Regional Park the morning of Aug.1. His family said he struggled with his mental health for many years. After someone took pictures of his body hanging and spread them on social media, inciting rumors about the man’s race and means of death, the family decided to share this photo of Bringle, asking that others take down the disturbing images. Courtesy of Micheal Bringle family

A man was found hanging from a tree by a passerby in Indian Mounds Regional Park the morning of Aug. 1. According to St. Paul police, officers responded to the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood park at about 5:40 a.m.

Fri
04
Aug

Police investigate early morning homicide in South St. Paul

The South St. Paul Police Department is investigating a homicide that took place early Aug. 2.

Fri
04
Aug

The end of an antiquing era


From left to right, Dave, Connie and Lonnie Piche are closing up J & E Antiques after more than 42 years of calling Arcade Street home. Marjorie Otto/Review

J & E Antiques closes its doors, the last antique shop from an era

“I spent my life here,” said Lonnie Piche as he, his wife Connie and brother Dave sorted through more than 42 years worth of antique treasures.

Tue
01
Aug

Police arrest, charge fugitive in Mendota Heights shooting


Lucifer Vincent Nguyen

After a three-day search, police apprehended Lucifer Vincent Nguyen in the north metro at approximately 11:30 p.m., July 31.

Mon
31
Jul

The 41st Annual Huff n’ Puff Days are here

The Lake Elmo Jaycees are getting ready for the 41st Annual Huff n’ Puff Days Aug. 10-13. Although the four-day softball tournament is the main activity, Huff n’ Puff Days offers something for the whole family.

Mon
31
Jul

Maplewood police seek help identifying fraud suspects


Maplewood police are looking for help identifying these men suspected of credit card fraud. The two men, as seen on security video footage at the Toys“R”Us in Maplewood, used stolen credit card information. courtesy of Maplewood Police Department

Maplewood police are seeking the public’s help in identifying two suspects in a credit card fraud case.

Mon
31
Jul

Maplewood joins national movement to support Paris Climate Agreement

On July 24, the Maplewood City Council unanimously agreed to join about 360 other cities — including nearby St. Paul, Minneapolis, Falcon Heights and other Twin Cities suburbs — in support of the Paris Climate Agreement. 

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