East Side Review

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South St. Paul School Board candidates focus on funding equality

There are several challengers in this year’s South St. Paul School Board race for four seats.

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15
Oct

District 623 pilots plastic trays to ditch polystyrene

Lunch time is fun yet fleeting at Harambee Elementary School — the youngest students eat first, and as they ready themselves again for class, the next-grade-up files in.

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15
Oct

Ramsey County working to help expand east metro railroad infrastructure

Project still in early stages

 

Railroad traffic is increasing and to prepare for the growth, the Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority is studying how to expand railway infrastructure in the east metro.

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15
Oct

West St. Paul Ward 2 candidates talk accessibility, city’s future

Hannah Burlingame

Review staff

 

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15
Oct

South St. Paul School Board ticks closer to start time decision

After months of study and committee discussion, the South St. Paul School Board took steps at its Sept.

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15
Oct

Eastview mural complete, rec center receiving more updates

The new mural at Eastview Recreation Center was celebrated during a small gathering Sept. 26. 

It was one of many efforts to clean up and refresh the Eastview Recreation Center, located at 1675 Fifth St. E. 

Mon
15
Oct

State senator reports screw in tire

Thought to be for support of West St. Paul council candidate

 

State Sen. Matt Klein, the DFLer for District 52, posted Sept. 20 on his personal Facebook page that he found a screw in one of his car’s tires.

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15
Oct

St. Paul teen to be tried as adult for Inver Grove Heights killing

Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom announced Sept. 24 that 17-year-old Trashaun Morris, from St.

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12
Oct

St. Paul PD holds community mental health meeting

Event covered new Mental Health Unit

 

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12
Oct

Mendota Heights begins discussion on police body cameras

The Mendota Heights City Council began a discussion at its Sept. 17 meeting about implementing body-worn cameras for the city’s police officers.

The police department could begin using such cameras as soon as early next year.

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