Ben Greilanger
Monday, December 11, 2017
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Local photographer highlights St. Paul’s past   East Sider Ben Greilanger spent much of the past spring and summer taking pictures around St. Paul.  He’s not just shooting anything — he’s combining historic photos with his modern photographs of buildings and landmarks in St. Paul... + continue reading

courtesy of St. Paul Parks and Recreation • An overlook planned for the intersection of Payne Avenue and Bedford Street will look down onto Swede Hollow Park. It will include a viewfinder that will have historic images of Swede Hollow. Construction of the overlook was planned for this fall but is being postponed until spring.
Monday, December 11, 2017
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While construction on an overlook near the Payne Avenue and Bedford Street intersection was planned to take place in this fall, the project has been postponed until spring. According to a Nov. 22 update on the project’s St. Paul city webpage at www.stpaul.gov, it was postponed because of... + continue reading
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photos courtesy of West St. Paul Police Department Members of the West St. Paul Police Department, their families, school district staff and residents got into the holiday spirit early this year by hosting Heroes and Helpers. On Dec. 3, 60 kids from 24 families had the chance to go shopping with... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney/Review • After a final inspection, Oakdale will be a railroad quiet zone, where locomotive engineers will no longer be required to blow their train horns before reaching rail crossings at Oakdale streets. To avoid crossing collisions, signs and medians were installed at the city’s four at-grade crossings, such as the one on Hadley Avenue near Menards.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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City’s rail crossings set to become quiet zones   Oakdale residents will soon be able to say goodbye to sleepless nights — or at least to waking up in the middle of the night to train horns blaring.  The city will soon be a railroad quiet zone, where trains are no longer required... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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Aundrea Kinney/Review A North St. Paul yard near Hause Park lights up the night with a festive assortment of red and white holiday decorations.   + continue reading

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courtesy of St. Paul Parks and Recreation • An overlook planned for the intersection of Payne Avenue and Bedford Street will look down onto Swede Hollow Park. It will include a viewfinder that will have historic images of Swede Hollow. Construction of the overlook was planned for this fall but is being postponed until spring.

Aundrea Kinney/Review • After a final inspection, Oakdale will be a railroad quiet zone, where locomotive engineers will no longer be required to blow their train horns before reaching rail crossings at Oakdale streets. To avoid crossing collisions, signs and medians were installed at the city’s four at-grade crossings, such as the one on Hadley Avenue near Menards.

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Ben Greilanger
Monday, 12/11/17
Local photographer highlights St. Paul’s past   East Sider Ben Greilanger spent much of the past spring and summer taking pictures around St. Paul.  He’s not just shooting anything — he’s combining historic photos with his modern photographs of buildings and landmarks... + continue reading

courtesy of St. Paul Parks and Recreation • An overlook planned for the intersection of Payne Avenue and Bedford Street will look down onto Swede Hollow Park. It will include a viewfinder that will have historic images of Swede Hollow. Construction of the overlook was planned for this fall but is being postponed until spring.
Monday, 12/11/17
While construction on an overlook near the Payne Avenue and Bedford Street intersection was planned to take place in this fall, the project has been postponed until spring. According to a Nov. 22 update on the project’s St. Paul city webpage at www.stpaul.gov, it was postponed because... + continue reading
Monday, 12/11/17
The end of the year means cities finalize their budgets for the coming year. At its Dec. 4 meeting, the South St. Paul City Council approved its 2018 budget and property tax levy, as well as the city’s 2018-2022 capital improvement plan. Residents’ property taxes are set to increase.... + continue reading
Monday, 12/11/17
At its Dec. 5 meeting, the Mendota Heights City Council unanimously approved the final 2018 budget and property tax levy. Kristen Schabacker, finance director, said the proposed 2018 levy is around $8.5 million, an increase of 7.52 percent from 2017.  The budget for all funds... + continue reading

Aundrea Kinney/Review • After a final inspection, Oakdale will be a railroad quiet zone, where locomotive engineers will no longer be required to blow their train horns before reaching rail crossings at Oakdale streets. To avoid crossing collisions, signs and medians were installed at the city’s four at-grade crossings, such as the one on Hadley Avenue near Menards.
Wednesday, 12/06/17
City’s rail crossings set to become quiet zones   Oakdale residents will soon be able to say goodbye to sleepless nights — or at least to waking up in the middle of the night to train horns blaring.  The city will soon be a railroad quiet zone, where trains are no... + continue reading

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Ben Greilanger

courtesy of St. Paul Parks and Recreation • An overlook planned for the intersection of Payne Avenue and Bedford Street will look down onto Swede Hollow Park. It will include a viewfinder that will have historic images of Swede Hollow. Construction of the overlook was planned for this fall but is being postponed until spring.

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Monday, 07/03/17
Some 10 days after a Ramsey County jury found St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez not guilty of all criminal charges related to killing Philando Castile, St. Anthony Village and the Castile... + continue reading

courtesy of St. Paul Parks and Recreation • An overlook planned for the intersection of Payne Avenue and Bedford Street will look down onto Swede Hollow Park. It will include a viewfinder that will have historic images of Swede Hollow. Construction of the overlook was planned for this fall but is being postponed until spring.
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Ben Greilanger
Monday, 12/11/17
Local photographer highlights St. Paul’s past   East Sider Ben Greilanger spent much of the past spring and summer taking pictures around St. Paul.  He’s not just shooting anything... + continue reading

courtesy of St. Paul Parks and Recreation • An overlook planned for the intersection of Payne Avenue and Bedford Street will look down onto Swede Hollow Park. It will include a viewfinder that will have historic images of Swede Hollow. Construction of the overlook was planned for this fall but is being postponed until spring.
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Roseville - Little Canada


Mike Munzenrider • Bartley Blume, who owns Roseville’s Bent Brewstillery, is pushing for a change in state law that would allow for businesses such as his, which makes beer and spirits, to sell both at the site of production. Blume is seen in the Bent taproom with the brewstillery’s second whiskey offering, One-Twenty, which went on sale Dec. 2.
Monday, 12/04/17
Minnesota state law is clear: If a company both brews beer and distills spirits, it can have a taproom or a cocktail room where its production takes place, but it can’t have both. Roseville’s Bent... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo • A participant at the Nov. 27 Lowry Grove development open house at St. Anthony Village High School asks a question about affordable housing nonprofit orginization Aeon. St. Anthony City Council members Hal Gray and Jan Jenson stand and listen on.
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courtesy of Kaas Wilson Architects • An artist’s rendering of one of the residential buildings in the latest Lowry Grove development plan.
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courtesy of Kaas Wilson Architects • The site of the former Lowry Grove mobile home park is owned by The Village, LLC. After a false start with the St. Anthony City Council earlier this year, The Village presented early reworked planning for development at the site during a well-attended St. Anthony community meeting on Nov. 27.
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Aundrea Kinney/Review • After a final inspection, Oakdale will be a railroad quiet zone, where locomotive engineers will no longer be required to blow their train horns before reaching rail crossings at Oakdale streets. To avoid crossing collisions, signs and medians were installed at the city’s four at-grade crossings, such as the one on Hadley Avenue near Menards.
Wednesday, 12/06/17
City’s rail crossings set to become quiet zones   Oakdale residents will soon be able to say goodbye to sleepless nights — or at least to waking up in the middle of the night to train... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider • Bartley Blume, who owns Roseville’s Bent Brewstillery, is pushing for a change in state law that would allow for businesses such as his, which makes beer and spirits, to sell both at the site of production. Blume is seen in the Bent taproom with the brewstillery’s second whiskey offering, One-Twenty, which went on sale Dec. 2.
12/04/17

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Aundrea Kinney/Review • After a final inspection, Oakdale will be a railroad quiet zone, where locomotive engineers will no longer be required to blow their train horns before reaching rail crossings at Oakdale streets. To avoid crossing collisions, signs and medians were installed at the city’s four at-grade crossings, such as the one on Hadley Avenue near Menards.
Wednesday, 12/06/17
City’s rail crossings set to become quiet zones   Oakdale residents will soon be able to say goodbye to sleepless nights — or at least to waking up in the middle of the night to train... + continue reading

Mike Munzenrider • Bartley Blume, who owns Roseville’s Bent Brewstillery, is pushing for a change in state law that would allow for businesses such as his, which makes beer and spirits, to sell both at the site of production. Blume is seen in the Bent taproom with the brewstillery’s second whiskey offering, One-Twenty, which went on sale Dec. 2.
12/04/17 -

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Mike Munzenrider • Bartley Blume, who owns Roseville’s Bent Brewstillery, is pushing for a change in state law that would allow for businesses such as his, which makes beer and spirits, to sell both at the site of production. Blume is seen in the Bent taproom with the brewstillery’s second whiskey offering, One-Twenty, which went on sale Dec. 2.
12/04/2017
Minnesota state law is clear: If a company both brews beer and distills spirits, it can have a taproom or a cocktail room where its production takes place, but it can’t have both. Roseville’s Bent... + continue reading

Solomon Gustavo • A participant at the Nov. 27 Lowry Grove development open house at St. Anthony Village High School asks a question about affordable housing nonprofit orginization Aeon. St. Anthony City Council members Hal Gray and Jan Jenson stand and listen on.
,

courtesy of Kaas Wilson Architects • An artist’s rendering of one of the residential buildings in the latest Lowry Grove development plan.
,

courtesy of Kaas Wilson Architects • The site of the former Lowry Grove mobile home park is owned by The Village, LLC. After a false start with the St. Anthony City Council earlier this year, The Village presented early reworked planning for development at the site during a well-attended St. Anthony community meeting on Nov. 27.
12/04/2017
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