East Side Review

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27
Nov

Payne Avenue vacant lot is a developing hotspot


The lot at 848 Payne Ave. has been vacant for more than 10 years, and the owners of nearby Ward 6 Food +Drink and Kendall’s Ace Hardware say they are excited to see some upcoming apartment developments.

Empty lot between Ward 6 and Kendall’s being eyed for apartments

A once quiet and largely forgotten lot has been getting a lot of attention recently. 

Sun
27
Nov

And suddenly, winter

In less than 48 hours the metro went from 60 degress to snow. Minnesota finally had its first snowfall, just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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20
Nov

Metro State receives largest donation in its history

The Metropolitan State University Foundation has been given a $2 million gift from the Carter Family Foundation, the largest donation in the university’s history. The donation will be used to fund scholarships for natural science students.

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20
Nov

East Side Review police reports - October 20 — October 26

Thursday, October 20 — Wednesday, October 26 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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20
Nov

Events Featured in East Side Review November 20, 2016

Events: Community Thanksgiving for St. Paul Police Department; East Side Freedom Library

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20
Nov

East Side Review bulletin board November 20, 2016

Events: NE Seniors for Better Living; Dayton’s Bluff Public Library; Free community Thanksgiving Day meal;

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20
Nov

Academia Cesar Chavez receives $50,000 donation

On Nov. 16, MidWestOne Bank presented a check for $50,000 to Academia Cesar Chavez, a Spanish language immersion charter school, located at 1801 Lacrosse Ave., on the east side of White Bear Avenue. 

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20
Nov

Rush Line Corridor Transit Study community meetings

Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority will host a series of open houses to provide updates on the Rush Line Corridor Transit Study.

Sun
20
Nov

Eastern end of East Seventh seeing a revitalization


Outdoor Lab Landscape Design will be bringing all of their employees under one roof at 1196 East Seventh St. The company broke ground for construction on Nov. 3 and hope to be using the space by early January.

 New ‘green’ building receives St. Paul STAR funding

In the long process of reviving a commercial district, it appears East Seventh Street has one more brick in place. 

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13
Nov

Events Featured in East Side Review November 13, 2016

Events: East Side Pride Open Mic; Lower Phalen Creek Project fundraising breakfast

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