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Cookie Cart celebrates first year on Payne Ave.

Cookie Cart St. Paul will mark its one-year anniversary on Friday, May 17 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with a public open house at its 946 Payne Ave. bakery.

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Providing hope for Minnesotans with mental health issues

I’ve learned the lessons of depression the hard way. It’s something I experienced first in my late teens, and then again in my thirties. 

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Saving energy is a great way to focus on your finances

Minnesota Department of Commerce

 

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South St. Paul comes together to make art


The shared lobby of the Doug Woog Arena and South St. Paul Public School’s Community Learning Center was turned into an art studio May 2 as the community was invited to help paint a new mural for the building. (Hannah Burlingame photos/Review)

The shared lobby of the Doug Woog Arena and South St. Paul Public School’s Community Learning Center on May 2 turned into an art center as residents were invited to help paint a mural that will be displayed at the arena. 

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08
May

$275 million ISD 622 bond goes to vote May 14


Construction at Richardson Elementary is already underway. District officials are now asking residents for money for further improvements throughout the District. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale District 622 School Board agreed to ask residents for $275 million to build two new schools and renovate five, while closing three schools in the process.

Wed
08
May

North St. Paul man charged with child rape


William Wayne Weber

A North St. Paul man was charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Ramsey County Court April 24. 

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08
May

Federal court: Maplewood dentist pays $75k for illegally prescribing opioids

A Maplewood dentist settled a civil suit against him in federal court April 26 for allegedly writing prescriptions for people who did not need them.

Wed
08
May

Woman found dead with stab wounds in North St. Paul

North St. Paul Police found a woman dead in her apartment with “multiple wounds from a sharp instrument.”

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07
May

Federal court: Maplewood dentist pays $75k for illegally prescribing opioids

A Maplewood dentist settled a civil suit against him in federal court April 26 for allegedly writing prescriptions for people who did not need them.

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07
May

Sheriff’s office seeks input on body-worn cameras

Ahead of plans to have deputies wearing body-worn cameras as soon as July, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office is collecting input from residents about what its body camera policies should be.

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