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Dec

Family and Christmas tea


Pamela O’Meara/Review High tea is becoming a family tradition for Pamela O’Meara.

What better way to kick off the holiday season than with a fancy five-course tea at the St. Paul Hotel downtown with my daughter and granddaughter?

Sun
23
Dec

Can you get a six-pack from laughter?


Hannah Burlingame/Review Hannah Burlingame’s annual holiday cookie baking with family often turns into a mini concert, complete with horrible dancing and singing. Trying to get cookies out of burning-hot tins does not work well when you are hunched over laughing.

With the holiday season comes plenty of family events ... sometimes, whether I want it to or not. From small gatherings to 30-plus people, there’s no shortage of things to go to. 

Sun
23
Dec

Sprucing up the front step on a shoestring budget

It was early November when I stumbled upon a dazzling display of blinking lights and Christmas trees decorated in this year’s hottest colors.

Sun
23
Dec

Towards invisible barriers

The 14-hour drive started at 5 a.m. in Montana, where I’d lived until that morning. My headlights couldn’t see far into the predawn snowstorm, and the car was skewing a bit sideways across the icy bridges.

Thu
20
Dec

Online vehicle sellers and shippers fraud

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota

 

Wed
19
Dec

Myth liquor license approved


Solomon Gustavo/Review Myth Live’s new ownership was granted approval for a liquor license from the Maplewood City Council Dec. 10. The massive venue is located at Southlawn Drive and County Road D.

Club is under new ownership

 

The Maplewood City Council approved a liquor license for Myth Live, the club, concert and events venue at Southlawn Avenue and County Road D in Maplewood, at its Dec. 10 meeting.  

Wed
19
Dec

Lake Elmo Park Reserve to undergo $2.5 facelift


Solomon Gustavo/Review Eagle Point trail on the west side of Lake Elmo Park Reserve will be patched up to address drainage issues, and a parking lot will be added for safe and easy trail access, as part of $2.5 million worth of park improvements.

Improvements to trail, playground, modern campground

 

Wed
19
Dec

New RAHS course flies high


photos courtesy of Roseville Area Schools A student in Roseville Area High School’s drone technology course flies an unmanned aerial system — a drone — in the school’s cafeteria.

First class on drones a success

 

Roseville Area High School just produced some 20 new Federal Aviation Administration-certified drone pilots.

Wed
19
Dec

Dozens of cops respond to Rosedale theater fight


Matt Hudson Water Treatment Plant 1 in New Brighton went back online in November, signaling the final phase of an upgrade resulting from the 2015 discovery of contaminants linked to the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site in Arden Hills.

A fight broke out in a movie theater at the AMC Rosedale 14 the afternoon of Dec. 11, prompting a multi-agency police response.

Wed
19
Dec

New Brighton water plant back online


Matt Hudson Water Treatment Plant 1 in New Brighton went back online in November, signaling the final phase of an upgrade resulting from the 2015 discovery of contaminants linked to the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site in Arden Hills.

The city of New Brighton is off Minneapolis water and using its own supply again as upgrades to its main treatment plant were finished last month.

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