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St. Anthony Community Theater presents ‘Singin’ in the Rain’


“Moses Supposes” song and dance number. From left: Cosmo Brown played by Patrick Gustafson, vocal coach played by Casey Scott and Don Lockwood played by Andrew Kohagen.

The St. Anthony Community Theater (SACT) held its first three performances of “Singin’ in the Rain” last weekend.
Opening weekend shows were well attended and the theater reverberated with applause as the show concluded Friday and the cast, orchestra and production crew received a standing ovation on Saturday.
“This has been one of the best shows I’ve seen in my time with the theater,” SACT Webmaster and Communications Tech David Severston admits.

Tue
30
Jul

National Night Out noted in Maplewood, North St. Paul


Lane Heinsinger gets fingerprinted by North St. Paul Police Reserves for a child ID kit to take home at the 2012 National Night Out event at Christ Lutheran Church.

National Night OUT, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, will involve over 15,704 communities from all 50 states , U.S. Territories, Canadian cities and military bases around the world.  In all, over 37.5 million people are expected to participate in "America's Night Out Against Crime."

Tue
30
Jul

Community program aims to slow traffic in Roseville


Linda E. Andersen/Review

Roseville police are taking a new route to decelerate drivers speeding through neighborhoods and are asking residents to partner with them.
The Roseville Police Department developed an initiative called Adopt a Neighborhood Speed Board Program that allows residents to actively engage with police to slow traffic through their neighborhoods by requesting a speed board and maintaining it for 14 days.

Tue
30
Jul

St. Anthony approves PD contracts with Lauderdale and Falcon Heights

The St. Anthony Village City Council unanimously approved contract agreements for police services with the cities of Lauderdale and Falcon Heights at its Tuesday, July 23 council meeting.
Both cities approved separate one-year, $617,000 contract agreements for police services in 2014.

Mon
29
Jul

After driving towards officer, fleeing suspect is shot


Reginald C Sutherlin

A St. Paul police officer shot and wounded a fleeing suspect who was allegedly driving at the officer. The incident occurred Sunday night near Earl Street North and Geranium Avenue East, police said.
Police had stopped St. Paul resident Reginald Craig Sutherlin, 53, in connection with a felony domestic assault case. There were active warrants out on Sutherlin, police said. As police were attempting to arrest him, Sutherlin fled in his car.

Mon
29
Jul

WSP officials celebrate with 101-year-old resident


West St. Paul resident Frances Nelson celebrated her 101th year with West St. Paul Council Member Ed Iago, Police Chief Bud Shaver, Mayor John Zanmiller, Fire Chief Mike Potts and resident Jim McKie. (Heather Edwards/Review)

If you make it to 100 years old, you’ve probably earned a day for yourself.
In West St. Paul, residents who reach their 100th birthday are honored during city council meetings, during which Mayor John Zanmiller offers a proclamation naming a day after the resident.
Can’t make the meeting? No needed to panic: as resident Frances Nelson learned recently, there are some benefits that come with age.

Mon
29
Jul

Inver Glen Library gets approval for expansion


This rendering depicts how Inver Glen Library is expected to look from the northeast side of the building after a 4,400 square-foot expansion is completed next summer. (submitted graphic)

Inver Grove Heights bookworms have something to look forward to besides the latest installment in a favorite series.
The Inver Glen Library in Inver Grove Heights is planning an expansion that will increase the size of the library by one third, adding meeting rooms and more quiet corners for readers to curl up in. The plans have been in talks for the past three years, but cleared a final hurdle July 22 when they received approval from the Inver Grove Heights City Council.

Mon
29
Jul

WSP approves hiring of new city manager

If good things really do come to those who wait then expectations will be riding high for West St. Paul’s new city manager.
Matt Fulton, a former city manager of Coon Rapids and New Brighton, became the first person to hold the city’s highest paid position in nearly two years, following the city council’s approval of an employment agreement at its July 22 meeting. Fulton was selected after extensive vetting and interviews that winnowed an initial pool of 42 applicants for the position.

Mon
29
Jul

Residents meet Conway Rec’s proposed private partner


Tony Sanneh, retired pro soccer player and founder of Sanneh Foundation, shakes the hands of residents at the Conway Recreation Center at a community meeting on Monday, July 22. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

After a slow and at times painful process, those concerned about the fate of the Conway Recreation Center may finally be seeing some light.
A private partner, Sanneh Foundation, has been approved by the District 1 Community Council and expects to move into the city-owned facility by Sept. 1. The foundation will be negotiating the final contract with St. Paul Parks and Recreation in coming weeks.

Mon
29
Jul

I-35E construction plans face skeptical eye from East Siders


Eastern District patrol commander Kevin Casper hugs a resident at his last community policing meeting on Wednesday, July 17. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

With the Cayuga and MNPASS projects moving along on the Interstate 35E corridor, East Side community leaders are keeping an eye on the proposed plans.
The roughly $260 million set of projects will mean major changes to interchanges along the freeway on the stretch that runs along the East Side from downtown St. Paul to Larpenteur Avenue.

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