Solomon Gustavo

Tue
27
Mar

Shoreview extending city water to homes currently on wells

Residents initially balk at cost

At its March 19 meeting following a public hearing, the Shoreview City Council passed a resolution making plans to extend the city water system to Dale Courts North and South. 

Tue
20
Mar

SAVHS students join walkouts, hold Parkland vigil


Solomon Gustavo photos • St. Anthony Village High School students joined students nationwide in walking out of school March 14 to recognize the 17 students killed during the Feb. 14 Parkland, Florida, school shooting. Lily Vanner, bottom right with the megaphone, said the name of each Parkland victim, followed by a minute of silence.

Junior Emma Friend and seniors Natalie Spotts, Lily Vanner and April Dexter stood in the front office of St. Anthony Village High School a little before 10 a.m.

Tue
20
Mar

No charges for deputy who fatally shot man in Vadnais Heights

The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office announced March 15 that no charges would be filed against the sheriff’s deputy who shot and killed Darren Robert Jahnke in Vadnais Heights nearly a year ago.

Tue
20
Mar

Rice Creek Commons development moving along


courtesy of Ramsey County • A rendering of Alatus LLC’s Rice Creek Commons proposal, which is nearly complete and will need to be approved by the Joint Development Authority of Arden Hills and Ramsey County, the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners and Arden Hills City Council.

Following years of cleaning up contamination left by the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant to residential standards, and years of infrastructure planning, the Rice Creek Commons development deal between Alatus LLC and the joint authority of

Wed
14
Mar

School threat leads deputies to stockpile of weapons


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A boy’s threats against his classmates at a Maplewood school led police to a weapons cache at his home, resulting in the arrest of his parents.

Wed
14
Mar

Hill-Murray gradutes return from Winter Olympics as hockey heros


Solomon Gustavo photos/Review • Olympic hockey players Marissa and Hannah Brandt got quite the welcome during their homecoming event at the Vadnais Heights Commons March 8. The sisters returned from Pyeongchang, South Korea, and competing in the Winter Olympics for two different teams, a story that got international attention. Area hockey fans held “Welcome Home Brandt Sisters” signs, fire trucks were on display in the parking lot and hundreds of people lined up for pictures. Marissa, 25, played for South Korea and Hannah, 24, played for the U.S. Both were raised in Vadnais Heights and graduated from Hill-Murray School.
Tue
13
Mar

U of M researchers studying Lowry Grove closure


file photo • The Lowry Grove manufactured housing park in St. Anthony was closed last year for redevelopment, displacing the hundreds of people who lived there. Now, a University of Minnesota researcher is working to document what happened to them.

University of Minnesota researchers are working on a study about the impact of the Lowry Grove manufactured housing park’s sale and closure on displaced residents.  

Mon
12
Mar

Mounds View ordinance amendment necessary for gun range shot down


screenshot • Residents packed the Mounds View City Council’s Feb. 26 meeting, showing up in force to oppose a city code amendment that would have cleared the way for a proposed gun range in the city. The council voted 3-2 to drop the amendment.

In a council chambers so packed people were stuck in the hallway trying to listen through doors, the Mounds View City Council voted Feb.

Mon
12
Mar

SNAPSHOT: While the getting’s good

Solomon Gustavo • As winter wanes, all Kim Ha had to do was cross the street from her Roseville home to cross country ski for her second time this season at Autumn Grove Park Feb. 28.

Mon
12
Mar

New Brighton council sends letter to residents explaining even-year election move

New Brighton residents recently found an unusual letter from the city in their mailboxes.

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