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13
Aug

Women charged for stabbing death discovered outside Little Canada home


Clarissa Jean Martin

A 30-year-old woman who’d been living in Little Canada is accused of stabbing to death another woman Aug. 4 while high on methamphetamine.

Tue
13
Aug

Alleged driver in Mounds View squad car crash fails to appear in court


Ahmed Bahaa Abdelhafiz

A Coon Rapids man accused of hitting an occupied Mounds View Police Department squad car on July 7 failed to appear for his July 23 hearing and now has a warrant out for his arrest. 

Tue
13
Aug

Rain or shine


photos courtesy of the Community Support Center

New Brighton residents Diana Becker (left) and Cathy Boehm were all smiles despite the rain at the Community Support Center’s annual “Walk a Mile” fundraiser on Sunday, July 28.

Tue
13
Aug

Clone of Johnson benefit at Roseville Lutheran


The 65th Birthday Committee after a recent meeting at the Rosetown American Legion. (submitted photo)

The Alexander Ramsey Class of 1972 is holding a 65th Birthday Party from 6 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Rosetown American Legion, 700 County Road C in Roseville.

Tue
13
Aug

‘Village’ life

Residents of all ages lined St. Anthony Boulevard for the VillageFest parade on Aug. 2.

Tue
13
Aug

Women on display: New Brighton artist features women, self-portraits in show at Banfill-Locke


New Brighton artist Sherry Paulendeick creates paintings and mixed media art, often centered on women. A series of narrative works, in addition to self-portraits, will be on view at the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley, from Aug. 22 through Sept. 21. (courtesy of Sherry Paulendeick)

Tucked away in nearby Fridley, the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts will host a show featuring New Brighton artist Sherry Paulendeick starting Aug. 22.

Mon
12
Aug

Celebrating important friends


courtesy of Mishaila Bowman, the Lower Phalen Creek Project

The annual Pollinator Festival, organized by the Lower Phalen Creek Project and held in the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary, returned this year on Aug. 3.

Mon
12
Aug

Volunteers work to clear veterans’ headstones at South St. Paul cemetery


From left, Devin LaManna, Tom Hoppenstedt, Andrew Ritter and Lauri Flatley cleaned headstones at Oak Hill Cemetery Aug. 6. The volunteer group’s been referred to as “The Gravestone Cleaners.” (Hannah Burlingame/Review)

Seen from below at Oak Hill Cemetery in South St. Paul Aug. 6, a lone figure crouched over a headstone, bucket nearby and putty knife in hand. 

Mon
12
Aug

New book describes the history of public libraries, with a local angle


“Reinventing the People’s Library,” released in conjunction with the East Side Freedom Library’s fifth anniversary, ties the Arlington Hills Library building to local, state and national history. (courtesy of the East Side Freedom Library)

Published as a part of East Side Freedom Library’s 5th anniversary

 

Mon
12
Aug

Won’t you meet your neighbors?


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

Blocks around the state on Aug. 6 held Night to Unite parties, part of an initiative to build bonds in the community.

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