East Side Newsbriefs

Mon
22
Aug

District 2 Community Council open board seats

The District 2 Community Council has two board of directors seats open.

Sun
14
Aug

Improv takes over the streets of St. Paul

More than 50 improvisers will fan out across Minnesota’s capital city to perform more than 300 unscripted theater scenes on one day this summer.

Sun
07
Aug

Minnesota primary elections Aug. 9

The Minnesota state primary is Tuesday, Aug. 9, where voters will cast their ballots for the candidates they wish to have represent their political party in the Nov. 8 general election. 

Sun
07
Aug

Applications being accepted for fellowship

The Minnesota Historical Society has opened up the fourth round of Gale Family Library Legacy Research Fellowships. Applications are due by Oct. 3, with Legacy Fellowship research to begin Jan. 1, 2017.

Sun
07
Aug

Photo contest to focus on St. Paul park system

St. Paul Natural Resources is running a photo contest for the spring and summer that ends Sept. 30. Anyone visiting a St. Paul public park can take a photo and submit it. 

The photo can be entered into one of four categories:

Sun
07
Aug

St. Paul to begin street sealcoating

St. Paul public works crews began their annual sealcoating work on July 28 in the Thomas-Dale, Frogtown, North End and Payne-Phalen neighborhoods.

Sun
07
Aug

St. Paul Public Schools Student Placement Office extends its hours

The St. Paul Public Schools Student Placement Office, located at 2102 University Ave. W., will have extended hours during the month of August in an effort to give families more time to choose and enroll their children in St. Paul public schools.

Sun
07
Aug

Midway YMCA Handball Club youth come out strong at National Handball Tournament

The kids of the Midway YMCA Handball Club in St. Paul had a great showing at this year’s National Handball Tournament played in Fridley on June 16 through 19. In the 15-and-under division, Isaac GebbenGreen took third place and Jose Flores (St.

Sun
31
Jul

White Bear Avenue and Third Street construction headaches

East Side residents are going to find fewer routes around road construction beginning Aug. 1. 

Sun
31
Jul

Archdiocese admits wrongdoing, Ramsey County Attorney’s office dismisses criminal case

In a press conference on July 20, the Ramsey County Attorney announced that the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis admitted to wrongdoing in the handling of the sexual abuse of three children by former priest Curtis Wehmeyer. 

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