East Side Newsbriefs

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03
Jul

Motorcycle chase ends with death of motorcyclist

A St. Paul motorcyclist is dead after a short police chase through the East Side early in the morning June 27.

Sun
19
Jun

Mayor selects Todd Axtell as new police chief

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman announced his choice for the new St. Paul police chief on June 6 at Rondo Community Outreach Library.

Sun
12
Jun

Battle Creek Waterworks open for the season

Battle Creek Waterworks, located in Battle Creek Regional Park, 2401 Upper Afton Road in Maplewood, is open 11 a.m. through 8 p.m. daily now through Aug. 28.

Sun
12
Jun

Blue-green algae: If in doubt, stay out


submitted photo

Summer is here, and while water enthusiasts and pets enjoy swimming and boating when the weather is calm and sunny, these conditions are also perfect for growing blue-green algae. This can be harmful to both people and animals.

Sun
05
Jun

Man shot to death as police return fire May 26

On May 26, around 2:15 p.m., several St. Paul police officers entered a home at 2163 East Minnehaha Avenue as a part of an active investigation.

Sun
05
Jun

Level-three predatory offender moving to East Side

St. Paul Police held a meeting on June 2 at the Eastern District station regarding a level-three predatory offender relocating to the 2100 block of Reaney Avenue. 

The offender, Mark Ray Davis, 35, was released from jail in 2013.

Sun
15
May

Johnson plans for single-occupancy restrooms


The single-occupancy bathrooms are supposed to be easily acessible, brighter, cleaner, more secure and easier to monitor.

As a part of the upcoming renovations occurring this summer and next summer, Johnson High School will be installing single-occupancy bathrooms while the plumbing is being updated.

Sun
15
May

Board moves ahead with new East Side middle school

At an April 26 meeting, the St. Paul Public Schools Board of Education, with a vote of 4 to 3, moved forward with a proposal to construct a new middle school on the East Side. 

Sun
01
May

Two additional men charged in connection to Indian Mounds Park killing

Following the killing of 18-year-old Bobby Davion Collins at Indian Mounds Park on April 17, two additional men have been charged in connection to the incident. 

Sun
17
Apr

Edgerton Street open house


courtesy of Ramsey County and City of St. Paul

Ramsey County is planning to resurface Edgerton Street between Maryland and Larpenteur avenues;

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