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BBB tip: resources help ease storm damage stress

Better Business 

Bureau of Minnesota

and North Dakota

 

Mon
24
Jun

Local business wins national franchise award

When Franchise of the Year was presented at this year’s Complete Weddings + Events summit, two special guests were on hand to give the award.

Mon
24
Jun

Seniors served by Job Corps students in Falcon Heights


Chef Chris O’Neal and his students from the Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps Center served food to residents June 10 at Falcon Heights Town Square Senior Apartments. The food preparation area whirred with activity. (Mike Munzenrider photos)

Mexican food was on the lunch menu June 10 at the Falcon Heights Town Square Senior Apartments, and culinary arts students from the Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps Center were there to serve it.

Wed
19
Jun

Maplewood council bares teeth enacting Myth security plan

Following an increasingly tense back-and-forth between Maplewood City Council members and Myth Live lawyers at its June 10 meeting, the council approved a plan for improving security at the venue. 

Wed
19
Jun

Maplewood approves new tennis courts


The Maplewood City Council approved replacing tennis courts at Sherwood Park on Kennard Street. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

At its June 10 meeting, the Maplewood City Council approved replacing tennis courts at Sherwood Park on Kennard Street. 

Wed
19
Jun

Maplewood students give cancer kits to patients


submitted photos

Students from Blessed Virgin Mary School on Kennard Street in Maplewood, after fundraising for a teacher with cancer, raised money to pack cancer kits for patients at Lakeview Hospital in Stillwater June 10.

Wed
19
Jun

Oakdale eagle scout creates outdoor class space


submitted photos

Eagle Scout Jack Murray, an alum of Transfiguration Catholic School on 15th Street in Oakdale, completed his Eagle Scout project through designing an outdoor class and flexible space at the school.

Wed
19
Jun

Picture me rollin’


photo courtesy of Minneapolis Log Rolling Club

Children of all ages tried their hands — and feet — at the sport of log rolling June 10 on Lake Johanna in Arden Hills. The event was one of three free “Demo Days” taking place this summer, hosted by the Minneapolis Log Rolling Club.

Wed
19
Jun

Woman charged with attempted murder for Rice Street shooting


Tametria Shavondra Gillespie

A St. Paul woman is facing up to 20 years in prison for allegedly shooting her boyfriend outside a Roseville strip mall after she said he got violent during an argument about where to eat.

Wed
19
Jun

Resident group voices ongoing concerns about Midtown Village


The former New Brighton Elementary School, which later became a Korean church, is located at the intersection of Seventh Street and Eighth Avenue in New Brighton. Neighbors and residents are pushing back against a large planned development at the site. (file photos)

About a week after the New Brighton City Council approved a preliminary plan for the redevelopment of the New Brighton Elementary School site, a group of residents met June 6 to discuss ongoing concerns about the proposal.

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