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Bee ordinance sets Mendota Heights abuzz


Honeybees, first domesticated in Europe and then brought to the U.S., are not the large bumblebees generally seen in backyards. Here, they fill each six-sided comb cell with honey. (file photo)

For those who backed the recent attempt to alter city code to allow pigeon coops in Mendota Heights, this news might sting a little.
While the pigeon amendment never got off the ground, the city council had a more favorable reaction to request by a local golf course to allow raising honeybees on its grounds. The council approved the ordinance amendment in its April 2 meeting, making way for a select group of properties to start hives as warm weather arrives.

Mon
08
Apr

SSP offers exception to new meters

There’s always a subset of the population that’s willing to pay extra for added convenience, but South St. Paul city staff is anticipating a rival subset that will also pay extra to go without.

Fri
05
Apr

'Rehab Addict' host Nicole Curtis transforms local house


This spring, viewers of “Rehab Addict” have been watching host Nicole Curtis restore this 1,264-square-foot house, which was built in 1889 on the East Side of St. Paul.

One East Side home full of memories gets brought back to life, soul intact

Fri
05
Apr

Q & A with Nicole Curtis of 'Rehab Addict'


Nicole Curtis (photo courtesy of DIY Network)

TV host talks about her latest project and popular show

Fri
05
Apr

St. Paul police request warrant for Facebook records in Trevino case


Kira Trevino

As the investigation into the disappearance of Kira Trevino continues, police investigators are seeking a search warrant to obtain Facebook account records for Jeffery Trevino, Kira Steger Trevino and Matthew Roff, the man who lived with the coupl

Wed
03
Apr

Fleet Farm shoplifting suspect facing weapons charges

A Hastings man has been charged with illegally possessing dangerous weapons after he allegedly stole ammunition from an Oakdale store.

Wed
03
Apr

Kwik Trip station on abandoned Hadley Avenue site gets the nod


Kwik Trip plans to build a new gas station on the former site of a Winner gas station on Hadley Avenue. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

An Oakdale site that has long been deemed an eyesore will be redeveloped later this year.

Wed
03
Apr

Oakdale man charged with felony kidnapping in 2012 incident

Melhorn also accused of burglary

Wed
03
Apr

From Hudson, Wis., to Hudson Boulevard, Lake Elmo: Valley Cartage expands to Eagle Point Town Office Park

Project will bring an estimated $30 million to the east metro area

Wed
03
Apr

Oakdale takes proactive approach against emerald ash borer

Another emerald ash borer infestation has been confirmed in a St. Paul suburb, and Oakdale continues to plan for its arrival.

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