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Wed
07
Aug

Have a burning desire to help the community?


The North St. Paul Fire Department is accepting applications through the end of August for paid-per-call firefighters. Interim Fire Chief Jason Mallinger said no experience is necessary, though anyone who already has EMT or firefighting certifications is encouraged to apply. (Amy Felegy/Review)

Fire department seeks paid-per-call responders

The age-old question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” often generates a list of classic careers like astronaut, veterinarian or doctor. 

Wed
07
Aug

New senior housing on its way to Arden Hills


The Arden Hills City Council on July 22 approved a proposal for a three-story, 120-unit senior living complex off Old Highway 10. As part of the project, developers would put in amenities on adjoining city-owned land, which is designated for a public park. ( courtesy of Summit Development/Kaas Wilson Architects)

Arden Hills should soon be getting a new senior housing complex along Old Highway 10. 

Wed
07
Aug

District 622 construction plans and updates


Work at Castle Elementary School, above, and Richardson Elementary School, below, is underway. (photos courtesy of District 622)

Exciting things are happening in North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District 622 as construction projects are well underway. 

Tue
06
Aug

Deserted Journey Home properties linger in Shoreview, Arden Hills


Journey Home, the now defunct housing nonprofit founded by former Ramsey County commissioner Blake Huffman, left behind a vacant lot in the 3400 block of Victoria Street in Shoreview after it tore down a home there. The City of Shoreview has ordered an abatement of public nuisance, and is beginning to clean up the site. (Bridget Kranz)

Founded in 2008, former Ramsey County District 1 commissioner Blake Huffman’s housing nonprofit dissolved this spring, leaving a series of unmaintained properties across the north metro, including one each in Shoreview and Arden Hills. 

Tue
06
Aug

Sound of Slice


Bridget Kranz

Shoreview residents and visitors from around the metro gathered once again for Slice of Shoreview Days.

Tue
06
Aug

Roseville writer to discuss historical novel on indigenous history


Colin Mustful

A Roseville writer will be discussing his historical novel, “Resisting Removal: The Sandy Lake Tragedy of 1850,” on Aug. 17 at Roseville’s Half Price Books.

Tue
06
Aug

Many hands, bright work


City staff, elected officials, community members and local artists jumped for joy in front of a new mural at the New Brighton Community Center. The project was officially unveiled in a special ceremony on July 31. (Bridget Kranz)

Community helps paint vibrant mural at the New Brighton Community Center

Tue
06
Aug

Roseville’s Alpha Delta Kappa

Nine members of Roseville’s Alpha Delta Kappa women’s educator organization attended the organization’s international convention at the Minneapolis Hilton Hotel July 17-20. Around 1,200 members came from across the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

Tue
06
Aug

Roseville police seek man charged in fatal hit-and-run


Daniel Alexander Jennings

Police are searching for a man accused of leaving the scene of a July 22 crash in Roseville that killed a young man who was apparently lying in the road.

Tue
06
Aug

Man charged with assault following dispute over plumbers showing up early


Darren Joseph Cox

A Roseville man was charged with two counts of second-degree assault for allegedly hitting one man with his truck and dragging another over a dispute about a plumbing job.

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