East Side Review

Mon
11
Sep

Does anyone want a $1 house?

The developers eyeing the old Hospital Linen building at 740 E. 7th St. have been able to buy not just that parcel but almost half of the entire East Seventh Street block near Metropolitan State University.

Mon
11
Sep

East Side mother, son named Harvest Festival grand marshals

The Anderson clan has roots that run deep on Payne Avenue, all the way back to 1939, when Clarence Anderson bought the Church Book Store.

Mon
11
Sep

Putting the best before the good

One of my teachers in college had a saying that has stuck with me over the years. It went something like, "Some people are so heavenly minded that they are no earthly good." She was referring to some good church leaders and pastors. Her face still sticks with me.

Tue
22
Aug

Letters to the Editor August 21,2006

Don’t be a snob

To the editor:

Tue
22
Aug

Metropolitan State University announces a new art exhibit

The exhibit opens Thursday, Sept. 7, with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m. The exhibit continues through Friday, Sept. 29. Gallery hours are Mondays through Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The gallery is located in the Library and Learning Center, 645 E.

Tue
22
Aug

Met Council announces region's population growth

The population of the seven-county Twin Cities metropolitan area has continued to grow, adding the equivalent of two Bloomingtons since 2000. That's according to annual population estimates for 2005, released last week by the Metropolitan Council.

Tue
22
Aug

District 2 Council Review - August 2006

The East Side Review’s monthly guide to what’s going on with the District 2 Community Council.

Tue
22
Aug

Police Blotter August 21, 2006


Tue
22
Aug

New citizen's academy begins Sept. 13

The Ramsey County Sheriff's Department will host another free Citizen Academy and is now looking for Ramsey County citizens who would like to learn what police work is all about and to share the challenges and opportunities deputies face daily in their work. Classes start Sept.

Tue
22
Aug

Mayor Coleman announces selections for Second Shift Youth Commission

"These young people are stepping up to play an important role in this process. I congratulate them on this opportunity to serve their community, and thank them for their willingness to take on this responsibility," Coleman said.

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