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Costs rising for Mendota Heights fire station remodel

Mendota Heights is trying to figure out how to keep work on track after receiving contract bids that were significantly more expensive than expected for its planned fire station remodel. 

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Lower Payne to be resurfaced, bike lanes added


courtesy of City of St. Paul Lower Payne Avenue between Edgerton and East Seventh streets will be repaved and have bike lanes added this summer.

Plans include reconstructing Tedesco next year   

 

It’s time for Payne Avenue to get a fresh coat of tar, this summer. 

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Work continues toward Concord Street rehab

The South St. Paul City Council on March 4 unanimously approved a revised memorandum of understanding and Joint Powers Agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation regarding the planned rehabilitation of Concord Street.

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BBB names top scams of 2018

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

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Georgia history in three small towns


The Antebellum Inn, a charming bed and breakfast in Milledgeville, Georgia, has a lovely curved staircase leading down to a dining room where visitors can enjoy a delicious breakfast, or appetizers and wine before dinner.

This past November I found myself traveling to three towns along the Antebellum Trail in Georgia — Milledgeville, Madison and Eatonton. 

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622 superintendent on changing perceptions, growing enrollment


file photo Osorio in 2015

The people of the tiny, sunny island Republic of Kiribati in the Pacific Ocean, like most places in the world, taught their children English. The teachers taught the language through memorization. 

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District 622 asking for $275 million for new schools, improvements


courtesy of ISD 622 Tartan High School has become too congested, as well as the rest of School District 622, according to the school board, which agreed to ask residents to vote on a $275 million referendum for facilities improvements.

At its Feb. 26 meeting, 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.

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Lake Elmo Coffee closes


Solomon Gustavo photos/Review

A couple guys talk at Lake Elmo Coffee on Lake Elmo Avenue March 1, enjoying the last friday the shop will be open. On Facebook, with “deep sorrow,” the owners of Lake Elmo Coffee announced it would close March 3.

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Classic barber to be bumped from Seventh Avenue for development


Solomon Gustavo/Review Clay Rivera, owner of Clay’s Barber Shop on Seventh Avenue, will have to move to make way for a new North St. Paul development. He’s looking for a new space on main street and a partner to build it with him and work at the shop.

Clay’s Barber Shop on Seventh Avenue is one room with two chairs, a little waiting area and a big window. People driving by see the shop, sense the simple charm of a classic barber and cant help but take a look inside. 

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Your Medicare Annual Wellness visit: Preventive care, health planning at no extra cost

Once you become eligible for Medicare, you’ll likely start hearing about something called an Annual Wellness Visit.

Many people think an annual wellness visit and a physical are one and the same, but they’re not.

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