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24
Jun

Community takes on study of McKnight Road


As a result of a crash that killed a pedestrian on McKnight Road earlier this year, the District 1 Community Council is working with the University of Minnesota’s Center for Urban and Regional Affairs this summer to collect data on non-vehicle users of the busy street. Ramsey County is planning to convert much of McKnight from four lanes to three lanes over the next two years to increase its safety. (file photo)

County planning for lane conversion

 

Mon
24
Jun

Summer is here!

Photos courtesy of Therese Scherbel, St. Paul Public Library

Mon
24
Jun

A wheel good time

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

Mon
24
Jun

Program offers volunteers and adults with disabilities chance to Come As You Are


Volunteers served dinner to Come As Your Are guests during a year-end picnic on June 4 in Kaposia Park. Though the picnic was marked by rain, lead volunteer Jessica Henry says usually such year-end events have lines out the door. (photos courtesy Neighbors Inc.)

Following a rather rainy night, Come As You Are wrapped up another program year on June 4 with a picnic in Kaposia Park.

Mon
24
Jun

BBB tip: resources help ease storm damage stress

Better Business 

Bureau of Minnesota

and North Dakota

 

Mon
24
Jun

Local business wins national franchise award

When Franchise of the Year was presented at this year’s Complete Weddings + Events summit, two special guests were on hand to give the award.

Mon
24
Jun

South-West Review police reports published June 24th, 2019

South-West Review police reports published June 24th, 2019 for Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul

Mon
24
Jun

Seniors served by Job Corps students in Falcon Heights


Chef Chris O’Neal and his students from the Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps Center served food to residents June 10 at Falcon Heights Town Square Senior Apartments. The food preparation area whirred with activity. (Mike Munzenrider photos)

Mexican food was on the lunch menu June 10 at the Falcon Heights Town Square Senior Apartments, and culinary arts students from the Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps Center were there to serve it.

Wed
19
Jun

Maplewood council bares teeth enacting Myth security plan

Following an increasingly tense back-and-forth between Maplewood City Council members and Myth Live lawyers at its June 10 meeting, the council approved a plan for improving security at the venue. 

Wed
19
Jun

What’s inside the Environment and Natural Resources Omnibus Bill

For the past three years, I have had the privilege of serving on the House Environment & Natural Resources Finance and Policy Committees. 

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