East Side Newsbriefs

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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.

Sun
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. 

Sun
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
13
Nov

Nominate a small business

The U.S. Small Business Administration is now accepting nominations for its 2017 National Small Business Week Awards, including the annual Small Business Person of the Year.

Sun
06
Nov

Looking for tax prep volunteers

Prepare + Prosper is looking for hundreds of volunteers for the upcoming tax season to help low-income households build brighter financial futures.

Sun
06
Nov

St.Paul Police body cameras

After months of research, public meetings and studying survey results, the St. Paul Police Department has crafted a draft policy that governs the use of body worn cameras.

Sun
06
Nov

Rush Line Corridor route changes


Currently there is an existing express bus service along Interstate 35. The redefined Alternative 1 for the Rush Line will consist of dedicated guideway bus rapid transit service between downtown Saint Paul and White Bear Lake, with feeder bus service running every 30 minutes between White Bear Lake and Forest Lake on Highway 61.

As the Tier 2 Evaluation continues for the Rush Line Corridor, the Policy Advisory Committee is taking a closer look at the performance of the various route and transit vehicle options, in anticipation of selecting a locally preferred alternative

Sun
23
Oct

Residential street sweeping

St. Paul Public Works began city-wide street sweeping on Oct 17. Residents are advised to watch for temporary parking restrictions during the next month. All arterial and residential streets will be swept.

Sun
23
Oct

Cold weather rule now in effect

Income-eligible customers are protected from heat service disconnection from Oct. 15 through April 15.

Sun
16
Oct

U.S. Sen. Al Franken accepting U.S. Military Service Academy applications

U.S. Sen. Al Franken’s office is now accepting applications from young Minnesotans interested in attending one of the nation’s four military service academies, including the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S.

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