East Side Review

Fri
27
Jun

Shooting at Arcade and Case leaves Lamar Hale, 25, dead

Vicitim's cousin Chavaze Ward charged with murder
Lamar Hale, 25, of St. Paul is dead after being shot in the chest multiple times near the intersection of Arcade Street and Case Avenue.

Wed
25
Jun

Shooting at Arcade and Case leaves one dead

One man is dead after being shot in the chest at the intersection of Arcade Street and Case Avenue.

Police reported to the scene at 12:08 p.m. Wednesday, June 25 and found a man with a gunshot wound in his chest.

Wed
25
Jun

Dead woman found wrapped in blanket in woods

Died of natural causes, police say
Police reported Sunday, June 22 that they found a dead woman wrapped in a blanket in a wooded area on the 1400 block of Minnehaha Avenue East.

Wed
25
Jun

Keller Lake trail and boardwalk open to public

Ramsey County taking extra precautions to protect eagle nest
With the summer season in full swing, Ramsey County residents and visitors alike can take their fun outdoors, and make their way onto the new Keller Regional Park trail and boardwalk in Maplewood, both of which opened up Friday, June 13 to the public.

Mon
23
Jun

Young man drowns in Lake Phalen


A young man drowned while swimming at Lake Phalen’s swimming beach on Saturday, June 21. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

St. Paul police report Roger Valle, 22, died while swimming in Lake Phalen.

Mon
23
Jun

Dayton’s Bluff looking to grow a market


“Market on the Bluff” is a project of the Dayton’s Bluff community council. The council’s hoping to build up a farmer’s market in the neighborhood. (photo courtesy of Diane May)

Now in its second year, the organizers of the Dayton’s Bluff “Market on the Bluff” are hoping to create momentum for a community farmers market.

Mon
23
Jun

City requires CP Rail to go through more intense study for Pig’s Eye expansion


Canadian Pacific Railroad is seeking to expand their tracks at Dunn Yard - the proposed project was recently delayed by a City of St. Paul decision to do further in-depth analysis on the project, looking at possible environmental effects it could have on nearby wetlands, among other concerns. (file photo)

Canadian Pacific Railroad’s plans for rail expansions in St. Paul are getting a little off track -- the city of St.

Mon
23
Jun

Arlington Hills teen center already a hub of activity


Teens hang out in the new Createch Studio, a space at the recently opened Arlington Hills Community Center that’s designed exclusively for teens. The space has been open about a month, already has well over 200 teens as members, and sees new faces every day. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

First of its kind for St. Paul, teen tech area serving its purpose
It’s about a month into the opening of the new teen center at Arlington Hills Community Center, and the place is already abuzz.

Sun
22
Jun

East Side Review police reports May 29 - June 4, 2014

Thursday, May 29 - Wednesday, June 4, 2014 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

Thu
19
Jun

Sculpting on the East Side


A sculpture of a mushroom

A child poses with a simple frame sculpture, which encourages the viewer to consider Swede Hollow Park itself as a work of art.

The annual Art in the Hollow took place Saturday, June 7 in Swede Hollow Park, and featured local art. (Photos courtesy of Romi Slowiak)

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