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Home delivery of medications could save you money: What you should know

In recent years, technology has changed every aspect of our daily life. We interact with friends and family on social media, use the GPS to guide us to our desired destination, and products we buy online are delivered right to our home.

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05
Mar

CPR, defibrillator training at Rosedale Center could save lives

When someone suffers a cardiac arrest, minutes may determine survival. That’s why the Roseville Fire Department and other first responders will be training all comers on March 8 and 9 at Rosedale Center.

Tue
05
Mar

A wintery day for Freeze Fest


photos courtesy of Shannon Meehan, Conservation Corps member

Despite a looming blizzard on Feb. 23, the annual Freeze Fest at Lake Phalen persevered, with campfire cooking and kick sledding. 

Tue
05
Mar

Bills introduced to help WSP homeowners and others deal with sewer costs

When homeowners move, sometimes there can be hidden and unwelcome expenses such as replacing sewer drainage connections.

Tue
05
Mar

Ramsey County preparing for 2020 Census


courtesy City of St. Paul As a part of efforts to accurately count historically undercounted communities, the City of St. Paul and Ramsey County have created a Joint Complete Count Committee and are using data from the 2010 census to highlight areas that may need more attention during the 2020 census.

Next year, an essential democratic process will take place — the decennial national census. 

Tue
05
Mar

Man sentenced for 2017 fatal South St. Paul stabbing

A 21-year-old Roseville man was sentenced to roughly 26 years in prison on Feb. 27 for his role in the killing of a man in South St. Paul during a robbery.

Tue
05
Mar

Frigid fun for all


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

The South Robert Street Business Association’s Winter Fun Fest on Feb. 23 had plenty of snow for winter fun — it’s been a record-breaking month when it comes to the white stuff.

Tue
05
Mar

Mendota Heights eyes improvements for Wentworth warming house


courtesy of City of Mendota Heights Possible improvements for Wentworth Park include a new warming house. The Mendota Heights City Council was presented exterior options for the building on Feb. 19. The work would be covered by a grant the council is applying for through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

While no official action was taken, on Feb. 19 the Mendota Heights City Council had a chance to look at preliminary designs for an update to Wentworth Park in the form of an upgraded warming house.

Tue
05
Mar

Recognized for finding their callings

South St. Paul teachers are semi-finalists for Teacher of the Year

 

Two South St. Paul Secondary teachers are still in the running for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award after making it to the semifinals. 

Tue
05
Mar

Your Medicare Annual Wellness visit: Preventive care, health planning at no extra cost

Once you become eligible for Medicare, you’ll likely start hearing about something called an Annual Wellness Visit.

Many people think an annual wellness visit and a physical are one and the same, but they’re not.

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