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Nov

St. Anthony City Council incumbents hold seats in tight race

ELECTION 2017


Challenger calls for recount

 

Mon
13
Nov

‘Arts Roseville’ picking up where former council left off


The Roseville Arts Council helped launch events like Arts @the OVAL, as seen above. Now with renewed purpose, new leadership and a new name — Arts Roseville — the organization seeks to advance arts, creativity and community in Roseville. • courtesy of City of Roseville

After more than a half decade of dormancy, the Roseville Arts Council, an independent nonprofit, is making a renewed push, with new leadership and a new name.

Mon
13
Nov

New Brighton’s full-service license bureau is here

New Brighton residents no longer have to venture outside the city to get a new driver’s licence, a driver’s licence renewal or to get an ID card. 

Mon
13
Nov

St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board unchanged after election

The St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board race was for three open seats. 

The race began with five candidates filing for the election — three of those five were incumbents. 

Fri
10
Nov

Johnson High School alumni donate bench to the school


The Denissons spent about 100 hours constructing the bench and donated about $4,000 worth of materials. The bench can seat some 20 people and a commemorative plaque will be added next spring. • submitted photo

As a way to mark their 50-year class reunion, members of the Johnson High School class of 1966 wanted to create or donate something to the school. 

They decided on a bench, and not just an ordinary wooden bench, but a big stone “J.”

Fri
10
Nov

Listening House dilemma to go before St. Paul City Council


Dayton’s Bluff neighbors living near Listening House, a nonprofit that operates out of First Lutheran Church at 463 Maria Ave. serving those who are homeless, have appealed a St. Paul Planning Commission decision that allows the organization to keep operating. The issue will now go before the St. Paul City Council. • courtesy of Google Maps

Dayton’s Bluff struggles with homeless service center in neighborhood

 

Fri
10
Nov

Music can be the change


Tim Leonard started Music Unites Against Bullying in an effort to combat bullying inside schools. The idea originally started as a fundraiser that will take place on Nov. 18, and grew into an organization. • Hannah Burlingame/Review

New organization to hold fundraiser against bullying for South St. Paul Schools

 

Fri
10
Nov

Inver Grove Heights police and gas stations partner up


All gasoline retailers in Inver Grove Heights are participating in Skim Stop, a program designed to help prevent skimming — the theft of credit card information — at the pump. There will be a sticker, like the one on a pump seen here at The Corner Store, which will help customers make sure the credit card readers on pumps have not been tampered with, and regular inspections of the pumps. • Hannah Burlingame/Review

New program in place to help prevent credit card skimming at the pump

 

Inver Grove Heights police and gas retailers have teamed up to help combat identity theft with a new program called Skim Stop.

Fri
10
Nov

Carter grabs solid St. Paul mayoral win

ELECTION 2017


Few surprises in city’s school board election

 

Fri
10
Nov

St. Thomas Academy opens new STEM center

St. Thomas Academy held an Oct.

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