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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. 

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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

 

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South St. Paul Secondary teachers to receive 2019 Cultural Jambalaya Diversity Award

South St. Paul Secondary School’s affinity groups’ teachers, which includes by Minnesota’s 2019 Teacher of the Year Jessica Davis, have been named a recipient of a 2019 Cultural Jambalaya Diversity Award.

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Aug

License pulled for Inver Grove Heights massage parlor implicated in prostitution

Some two weeks after its owner was arrested, Herb Spa Massage Parlor in Inver Grove Heights has officially had its business license stripped by the city.

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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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07
Aug

Downtown North St. Paul apartment-cafe combo to become a reality


Engineers with Westwood Professional Services surveyed the 1.9-acre site of a planned mixed-use building in downtown North St. Paul July 31. The area is located at the southwest corner of Seventh Avenue East and Margaret Street North. (Amy Felegy/Review)

Community members share mixed feelings

 

“The old City Hall site is a go.”

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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. 

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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. 

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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. 

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07
Aug

How you sleep affects your health - and could give you wrinkles

As you drift off to sleep, how does your nightly position affect your health?

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