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Wed
08
Aug

North St. Paul Police assist in underage sex sting


photos courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office / graphic courtesy Thomas Bonneville • Nearly 20 men, aged between 20 and 60 and from all over the metro area, were recently charged in Ramsey County for allegedly attempting to have sex with minors following a sting operation that brought the men to a North St. Paul apartment earlier this year.

Undercover investigations lead to charges against 19 men

Tue
07
Aug

A walk down a candied memory lane


Solomon Gustavo • Larry Erickson worked for Pearson’s Candy Company in St. Paul in the 1960s and 70s. The longtime Arden Hills resident took a July tour of the candy factory for a trip down memory lane.

Forty-year Arden Hills resident Larry Erickson spent a chunk of his professional life doing accounting work for Pearson’s Candy Company in St. Paul in the 1960s and 70s. 

Tue
07
Aug

Mobile home park residents bring worries to Little Canada council


Mike Munzenrider • Residents of the Terrace Heights manufactured housing park brought worries about the intentions of the park’s ownership to the Little Canada City Council July 25.

Residents of the Terrace Heights manufactured housing park brought concerns about the park’s management to the Little Canada City Council July 25.

Tue
07
Aug

Boosting butterflies in Roseville


Mike Munzenrider photo • A swallowtail butterfly caterpillar hung out in Vern Cardwell and Rosemary Graham’s butterfly garden in Roseville Aug. 1. The garden, Cardwell says, has been well-received in the neighborhood.

It’s been a rainy Wednesday morning in Roseville at Vern Cardwell and Rosemary Graham’s butterfly garden, but as the flowers dry out, the activity picks up.

Mon
06
Aug

‘Fallen but not forgotten’


Hannah Burlingame photo/Review • Members of the Mendota Heights Police Department and officers from other departments attended the unveiling of a memorial July 30 to remember their fallen brother Scott Patrick, who was killed in the line of duty.

Memorial revealed honoring late Mendota Heights officer

 

Mon
06
Aug

SNAPSHOTS: Keeping it friendly for the pollinators

The Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary was host of the second annual Pollinator Festival, an event organized by the Lower Phalen Creek Project.

Mon
06
Aug

CLUES expansion to start this month, will wrap up in the spring

Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio, also known as CLUES, celebrated the groundbreaking of an expansion of its headquarters at 797 East Seventh St. in Dayton’s Bluff on Aug. 1.

Mon
06
Aug

Former Merrick head dies, leaves behind legacy of kindness and care


Fran Ivory

When friends and acquaintances of Francis Ivory — better known as Fran — think back to their memories of him, they all say the same thing: he was a gentleman.  

Wed
01
Aug

SNAPSHOT: Community volunteers build inclusive playground

Aundrea Kinney/Review • Community volunteers, including parents, teachers, school staff, Medtronic employees and Retail Construction Services employees, helped install a new, inclusive playground at Lake Elmo Elementary School on July 26,

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