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28
Jun

St. Anthony PD investigating multiple overnight burglaries

St. Anthony police are investigating a cluster of residential burglaries that started on the north end of the city early in the the morning of Thursday, June 22.

Wed
28
Jun

Man flees after crashing stolen van in Arden Hills

Deputies were dispatched to Highway 10 just north of Highway 96 in Arden Hills after the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office received several reports concerning an accident across from Welsch’s Big Ten Tavern June 20. 

Wed
28
Jun

New Brighton anticipates full-service DMV this year

At the end of May, Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill that made provisions for New Brighton to have its own full-service licensing bureau.

Wed
28
Jun

Falcon Heights break with St. Anthony PD imminent

Contract for police service still in place, for now

 

It’s a foregone conclusion that St. Anthony Village will not police Falcon Heights beyond the end of the year, if not yet official.

Wed
28
Jun

Concordia Academy students win Fourth District art contest


Concordia Academy students Rebecca Hed and Lindsey Noyed took second and first place, respectively, in this year’s Fourth District Congressional Art Competition. photo courtesy of Concordia Academy

Students from Concordia Academy were awarded both first and second place in the Fourth District Congressional Art Competition and will have their work displayed in Washington, D.C., for the next year. 

Wed
28
Jun

Roseville discussion of fire station turns to historical society


The half-century old Roseville Fire Station #2, located at 2501 Fairview Ave., could be an attractive property for developers, should the city find a new home for the Roseville Historical Society, which is housed inside it. Photo/Mike Munzenrider

City council once again vexed by lack of city-owned space

 

Tue
27
Jun

Maplewood resident says advocacy training class was life-changing


Toni Malone, front right, said the Partners in Policymaking class helped her network with others hoping to make a change for those with disabilities. submitted photo

Partners in Policymaking program accepting applications through July 10

 

Tue
27
Jun

How and why Oakdale’s water treatment plant works


The lead and lag tanks at the Oakdale water treatment plant provide a two-step water filtration system. Both tanks are filled up with granular activated carbon, which absorbs perfluorooctane sulfonate and perfluorooctanoic acid, two synthetic chemicals formerly used by 3M Company. Oakdale has five pairs of lead/lag tanks. Aundrea Kinney/Review

Water purification may be on the minds of area residents after the Minnesota Department of Health updated its health-based advisory values in May for two industrial chemicals present in some east metro groundwater. 

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