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Tue
17
Jun

East Side teen sentenced to life in prison without parole


Aloeng Vang

Aloeng Van found guilty of murder following traffic argument
Aloeng Kelly Vang was found guilty of first and second-degree murder on Tuesday, June 17, after shooting a neighbor during a feud, according to a statement from the Ramsey County attorney's office.

Tue
17
Jun

History buffs express concern over fate of historic Roseville home


The home at 311 County Road B West, pictured here in 1997, is one of the homes listed on the Roseville Historical Society’s Heritage Trail. The house is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, houses in Roseville. (photo courtesy of the Roseville Historical Society)

Developer looks to purchase property for housing units
Those who frequently pass the corner property at 311 County Road B West in Roseville have likely watched the vintage red brick house crumble, the iconic metal windmill rust and the well-hidden outbuildings succumb to overgrowth over the years.

Tue
17
Jun

Informal cable franchise negotiations showing promise

Most of the cities that make up the North Suburban Communications Commission - eight out of 10, to be exact - have spoken on the question of whether or not to preliminarily accept Comcast’s formal cable franchise proposal and, in line with a commi

Mon
16
Jun

Urban Cross campers have big hearts for the East Side


Urban Cross volunteers paint an East Sider’s house on a sunny afternoon. Urban Cross is a youth mission camp that was started by Mounds Park United Methodist Church five years ago. Volunteers through the camp have spend a week doing volunteer work to fix up East Siders’ homes. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

Five years ago, Erick Buck, youth leader at Mounds Park United Methodist Church, came across a brilliantly simple idea: rather than spend loads sending the church’s youth on cross-country mission trips, why not put them to work in their own neighb

Mon
16
Jun

St. Paul schools to have an iPad for every student

St. Paul Public Schools announced Friday, May 30, that all its students will soon have a personal Apple iPad to be used in and out of school as part of the district’s Personlaized Learning Plan.

Mon
16
Jun

Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul seeks help with road redo


Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul is in need of major road repairs — and major funding, according to secretary-treasurer Char Poore. She and her late husband used to be caretakers of the 117-year-old cemetery. (Kaitlyn Roby/Review)

Next to the white and black pylons at the entrance of Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul on a recent Friday, caretaker Steve Rivera crouched by a hole surrounded by torn-up asphalt, fixing a blown water main.

Mon
16
Jun

Golfing for a cause


Justin Crane enjoying time on a four-wheeler with his daughter, Alex. Crane died in October of 2012, after battling acute myeloid leukemia. A golf tournament this week was started in his memory.

Tournament in memory of South St. Paul man
When South St. Paul native Justin Crane was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in August of 2011, he stayed positive.
When doctors told him his prognosis wasn’t good, he strengthened his resolve. Even when things got worse, his outlook endured.4

Mon
16
Jun

East Side young man headed to West Point


Christian Banks, 18, an East Sider and a graduate of Washington Technology Magnet School, is headed to West Point, the United States Military Academy. (submitted photo)

Backed by proud parents and a quiet confidence, East Sider Christian Banks, 18, is getting ready for a grueling, challenging college experience.

Mon
16
Jun

West St. Paul man accused of threatening to shoot neighbors

Conflict arose over parking space

An 85-year-old West St. Paul man is accused of threatening to shoot and kill his neighbors over a parking space, according to a criminal complaint filed June 4.

Fri
13
Jun

Food and fun at Central Park


Guests can take a chance at the wine wall, where a $20 ticket guarantees a nice bottle of wine in the $15 to $25 range with a chance of getting a great bottle of wine, which could be valued over $50, or even over $90. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)

Taste of Rosefest is June 26
Join neighbors and friends in Roseville’s beautiful Central Park for generous samples of food and drinks from Roseville’s favorite restaurants at Taste of Rosefest on Thursday, June 26, from 5 to 8 p.m. It’s a big community party.

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