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No raining on their camel rides


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

Despite a little bit of rain, the 12th annual Middle Eastern Festival was full of fun July 19-21 at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church in West St. Paul.

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BBB report finds military consumers at higher risk for marketplace losses

Military consumers face unique challenges in the marketplace that can result in higher median losses to scammers and other marketplace fraud, according to the Better Business Bureau’s new report, “Military Consumers & Marketplace Trust: An Ana

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Inver Grove Heights man charged with attempted murder after home invasion


Semaji Jamal Clemons

A 29-year-old Inver Grove Heights man was charged July 22 with second-degree attempted murder, first-degree burglary and first-degree assault.

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Beautifying New Brighton


Courtesy of New Brighton Parks & Recreation

Local artists are working in partnership with New Brighton youth to create a mural along the west side of the city’s community center, which will be unveiled during a July 31 ceremony from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

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Q&A: Alyssa Baguss, Silverwood Park’s new supervisor

Alyssa Baguss, a practicing artist and the longtime program coordinator at Silverwood Park in St. Anthony, took over as the park’s new supervisor on July 1. 

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Washington County seeks better, easier resources for transit-dependent people


A Metro Mobility bus waited to pick up a passenger on Seventh Avenue in North St. Paul. Washington County is looking for funding to help improve public transportation after a study showed the need for clearer mobility options of older adults, people with disabilities and others with specialized transit needs. (Amy Felegy/Review)

Washington County is asking the Minnesota Department of Transportation for $400,000 to set up a “one-stop shop” with easily-accessible public transit information, the county’s board of commissioners announced July 16. 

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Cat Tales reading program gives children and cats confidence


Oliver and Alyssa Moffatt read a Dr. Seuss book as Uno the kitten perches on Alyssa’s shoulder for a better view. (Amy Felegy/Review)

Just more than a year after its debut, one North St. Paul program continues making a handful of children and cats happier, page by page.

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Ending food shelf stigma with a free farmers’ market


The parking lot at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in North St. Paul will be bustling with activity at its free farmers’ market on Monday, July 29, put on in conjunction with the local food shelf and a food bank. (Amy Felegy/Review)

Summer in Minnesota is synonymous with time outside, refreshing food and getting out into the community for some fun. Three east metro organizations are joining forces to do just that, but not via a typical summer event.

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North St. Paul approves new garbage hauler for residential customers

Republic Services, Inc., garbage carts won’t be seen on North St. Paul curbs for much longer, according to city officials.

Between now and Aug. 30, Tennis Sanitation, LLC, is set to replace Republic carts at homes throughout the city.

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Tax breaks on table for mixed-use Roseville development


The Boaters Outlet site, as it’s called by Roseville city officials, between Fairview and Snelling avenues on County Road C, could become a mixed-use development of housing and retail. Though still in the early planning stages, the Roseville Economic Development Authority voted July 15 to support the redevelopment with $7.5 million of tax increment financing. (Mike Munzenrider)

The Roseville Economic Development Authority voted July 15 to back city financial support for a proposed development that would turn a forgettable stretch of County Road C into mixed-use housing and retail.

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