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Mon
18
Mar

Robert Street project hits a wall (or three)

It’s been said that good fences make for good neighbors.
Less certain is the impact of a series of towering walls that West St. Paul may be forced to erect in certain areas along Robert Street to mitigate the increase in traffic noise that will result from the city’s much-anticipated facelift of that corridor.

Mon
18
Mar

The future of Arlington Hills Library


Having served as a library for over eight decades, the Arlington Hills Library may be up for bids to a private owner. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

U.S. President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation in 1916 creating the National Park Service.
The Chicago Cubs played their first game at Wrigley Field that year, and here in St. Paul, workers were building Arlington Hills Library.
The structure that has remained a hallmark of the Payne-Phalen community for over 90 years will soon be decommissioned.

Thu
14
Mar

Man sentenced for burglarizing Oakdale business

A 29-year-old man has been found guilty of breaking into Safe Reflections in Oakdale nearly three years ago.

Thu
14
Mar

Lake Elmo approves park survey

Residents express concerns about cost\

Thu
14
Mar

Education through an electric bike


Lake Elmo resident Kevin Clemens set national and world land speed records in 2012 on his electric motorcycle at Bonneville Salt Flats. (submitted photo)

Quite a few men and, of course, women, enjoy tinkering in their garage.
Not many, though, have utilized their time to build a  motorcycle capable of claiming international speed records.

Thu
14
Mar

Maplewood asks for ideas on park funding

The City of Maplewood is searching for six residents for a new “park system plan task force.” The board will evaluate the city’s park system and advise the city on ways to keep park costs sustainable.

Thu
14
Mar

North St. Paul Community Center transitions to community school


The District 622 School Board recently approved a 27-month lease of the North St. Paul Community Center. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Fitness center,  library to remain open

Thu
14
Mar

MnDOT begins construction on Highway 36 at English Street


This graphic shows the proposed changes to the Highway 36/English Street intersection and the surrounding area. (submitted graphic)

The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) is beginning phase one of a $17.3 million improvement project at the intersection of state Highway 36 and English Street in Maplewood.

Wed
13
Mar

New playground for Bucher Park approved

Shoreview’s Bucher Park will be getting a new playground as part of the city’s master plan for renovations to the park. 

Wed
13
Mar

Simone Haugen named semifinalist for Minnesota Teacher of the Year

Turtle Lake Elementary School Principal Darin Johnson said fifth-grade teac

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