Council members still committed to project
The West St. Paul City Council on Oct. 13 rejected the first round of bids for phase one of planned South Robert Street improvements, but council members said they’re still committed to the project.
Only two paving companies bid on the about $20.8 million of road construction. The bids were upwards of 37 percent more than the engineer’s original estimates, according to city documents.
In a Review questionnaire, candidates hoping to represent the residents of Inver Grove Heights as city council members were offered a chance to discuss why they're running for office, what important issues their cities are facing and what skills a
The candidates vying for the Ward 3 spot on the West St. Paul City Council and facing off in the mayoral race tackled city issues and discussed why they’re running for elected office in response to a Review questionnaire.
The man charged in September with two counts of second-degree murder in connection with the strangling death of a 24-year-old West St. Paul woman was indicted by the Dakota County Grand Jury late Oct. 16.
From MNsure's rocky start to money set aside for transit infrastructure projects to their priorities for 2015-16, the incumbents and challengers of the state House of Representatives races in northern Dakota County recently had a chance to offer t
West St. Paul is considering a few ideas for a new city logo — all three of which are major departures from the blue star-like logo currently stamped on city signs, uniforms and vehicles, as well as the water tower.
St. Paul man accused of having sex with female student, 16
Less than two weeks after a Convent of the Visitation School coach was suspended due to a suspected inappropriate relationship with a minor, the St. Paul man has been accused of criminal sexual misconduct with a 16-year-old female student.
Daniel Erik Hubbard-Wilson, 27, is facing charges of first-degree criminal sexual misconduct and third-degree criminal sexual misconduct, both felonies, according to court documents filed in Ramsey County District Court on Oct. 6.
A mailbox was vandalized recently in a spree that included vulgar and sexually explicit images and words scratched and spray-painted into vehicles and houses in Mendota Heights. A $500 is being offered for information. (Submitted photo)
An effort to nab vandals who spray-painted racial slurs, sexual images and expletives on vehicles, homes and mailboxes in June has been reinvigorated, due to yet another crude image splashed on a Mendota Heights home.