Jason Ziemer
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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After working four years as North St. Paul’s city manager, Jason Ziemer resigned Oct. 6. The recruitment process for a new city manager has not yet begun, and in the meantime, the North St. Paul City Council will be appointing an interim city manager. According to city attorney Soren Mattick,... + continue reading

North St. Paul’s famous snowman statue that overlooks Highway 36 received a fresh coat of paint Oct. 9. The sculpture was built between 1972 and 1974 as a symbol of the city.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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North St. Paul’s famous snowman statue that overlooks Highway 36 received a fresh coat of paint Oct. 9. The sculpture was built between 1972 and 1974 as a symbol of the city. + continue reading

It’s a tradition for the North St. Paul Fire Department to host a booya fundraiser every fall — this year’s event was held Oct. 8 at Casey Lake Park.
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It’s a tradition for the North St. Paul Fire Department to host a booya fundraiser every fall — this year’s event was held Oct. 8 at Casey Lake Park. SEE MORE PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT IN OUR GALLERY! + continue reading
Monday, October 16, 2017
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The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf, which is run entirely by volunteers, is in trouble. Daytime volunteers have become a scarcity, and unless new volunteers step up, the food shelf may close. Over the years, as volunteers have stepped away from their positions due to health concerns, moving out... + continue reading
Monday, October 16, 2017
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Roseville is currently replacing its street signs — 1,250 out the city’s 1,600 street-marking signs will be swapped out for new and brighter signage in the coming months. The work is starting in the southeast of the city, said Public Works Director Marc Culver, and will radiate out to cover the... + continue reading

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North St. Paul’s famous snowman statue that overlooks Highway 36 received a fresh coat of paint Oct. 9. The sculpture was built between 1972 and 1974 as a symbol of the city.

It’s a tradition for the North St. Paul Fire Department to host a booya fundraiser every fall — this year’s event was held Oct. 8 at Casey Lake Park.

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Jason Ziemer
Tuesday, 10/17/17
After working four years as North St. Paul’s city manager, Jason Ziemer resigned Oct. 6. The recruitment process for a new city manager has not yet begun, and in the meantime, the North St. Paul City Council will be appointing an interim city manager. According to city attorney Soren... + continue reading
Monday, 10/16/17
The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf, which is run entirely by volunteers, is in trouble. Daytime volunteers have become a scarcity, and unless new volunteers step up, the food shelf may close. Over the years, as volunteers have stepped away from their positions due to health concerns,... + continue reading
Monday, 10/16/17
Roseville is currently replacing its street signs — 1,250 out the city’s 1,600 street-marking signs will be swapped out for new and brighter signage in the coming months. The work is starting in the southeast of the city, said Public Works Director Marc Culver, and will radiate out to... + continue reading

A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
Monday, 10/16/17
The St. Anthony City Council unanimously voted to reject a re-worked proposal for the redevelopment of the Lowry Grove property, despite the owner’s efforts to address concerns from residents. The decision came during the council’s Oct. 10 meeting, much to the approval of the people in... + continue reading
Monday, 10/16/17
For a race that nearly wasn’t, New Brighton’s city elections are fairly stacked. Six candidates are running for two city council seats and one candidate is challenging incumbent Mayor Val Johnson. Nearly two years ago, the New Brighton City Council attempted to switch the city’s... + continue reading

East Side Review

Monday, 07/03/17
Some 10 days after a Ramsey County jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty of all criminal charges related to killing Philando Castile, St. Anthony Village and the Castile... + continue reading

The Mendota Heights City Council approved permitting Oct. 3 for a new 122-room WoodSpring Hotel that will be near Pilot Knob Road and Interstate 494. submitted graphic
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As the weather cools down, fall colors are starting to pop up around the area for all to enjoy including the horses at Dodge Nature Center.
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South West Review

Saturday, 10/14/17
ELECTION 2017 The St. Paul Public School Board has three seats up for grabs this year. Two incumbents, John Brodrick and Jeanelle Foster, are running for reelection, leaving one spot open for a... + continue reading

The Mendota Heights City Council approved permitting Oct. 3 for a new 122-room WoodSpring Hotel that will be near Pilot Knob Road and Interstate 494. submitted graphic
10/14/17

As the weather cools down, fall colors are starting to pop up around the area for all to enjoy including the horses at Dodge Nature Center.
10/13/17

Roseville - Little Canada

Monday, 10/16/17
The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf, which is run entirely by volunteers, is in trouble. Daytime volunteers have become a scarcity, and unless new volunteers step up, the food shelf may close. Over... + continue reading
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Now through the winter months, Roseville is replacing 1,250 of its 1,600 street signs. courtesy of City of Roseville
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A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
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The property in question, in the 2500 block of Lowry Avenue, is bordered by varying types of land uses, including high density, commercial and single family. The St. Anthony City Council denied a plan to redevelop the site with high-density housing Oct. 10. submitted image
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Jason Ziemer
Tuesday, 10/17/17
After working four years as North St. Paul’s city manager, Jason Ziemer resigned Oct. 6. The recruitment process for a new city manager has not yet begun, and in the meantime, the North St. Paul City... + continue reading

A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
10/16/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Jason Ziemer
Tuesday, 10/17/17
After working four years as North St. Paul’s city manager, Jason Ziemer resigned Oct. 6. The recruitment process for a new city manager has not yet begun, and in the meantime, the North St. Paul City... + continue reading

A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
10/16/17 -

Bulletin Area

10/16/2017
The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf, which is run entirely by volunteers, is in trouble. Daytime volunteers have become a scarcity, and unless new volunteers step up, the food shelf may close. Over... + continue reading
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Now through the winter months, Roseville is replacing 1,250 of its 1,600 street signs. courtesy of City of Roseville
10/16/2017

A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image
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The property in question, in the 2500 block of Lowry Avenue, is bordered by varying types of land uses, including high density, commercial and single family. The St. Anthony City Council denied a plan to redevelop the site with high-density housing Oct. 10. submitted image
10/16/2017
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