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Police searching for second suspect in Inver Grove Heights Verizon armed robbery

One man shot by store clerk

Inver Grove Heights police are still searching for the second suspect in an Aug. 17 attempted armed robbery of the Verizon store in the 9000 block of Cahill Avenue.

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21
Aug

Ready for bids: the Shoreview Community Center is expanding


One of the most striking features of Shoreview’s planned $13 million expansion and update of its community center is the tall windows that will wrap around the building, allowing plenty of light to enter the pool area. Patio seating will be available outside as well. submitted photo

The Shoreview Community Center is known for its indoor water park, but what some folks may not know is that the facility will soon undergo a $13 million facelift.

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Aug

Roseville approves new clubhouse at city-owned golf course


The Roseville City Council approved the construction of a new clubhouse that will double as a community building at the city-owned Cedarholm Golf Course. The $3 million project should be complete by spring. courtesy of City of Roseville

The city-owned Cedarholm Golf Course in Roseville is getting a new clubhouse/community building.

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21
Aug

Mounds View city administrator departing after 2-decade stint


Jim Erickson

The 90s were in full swing. Beanie Babies were everywhere. Mariah Carey and Celine Dion topped the music charts. And amid all the hype and hullabaloo about flip phones and “Jerry McGuire,” Jim Ericson quietly began his career in Mounds View.

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Aug

Candidates in place for city council and school board races

Filing for this fall’s local elections closed Aug. 15 and the candidates are set for the off-year city council and school board races in the Review and Bulletin coverage areas.

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Aug

Changes coming to parking by Inver Grove Heights school


The Inver Grove Heights City Council passed a parking ban on Babcock Trail near Salem Hills Elementary School that takes effect at the start of the school year. Part of the concern with parking on Babcock Trail is the ditch on the passenger side of the car. Drivers either need to be on the grass to avoid being over the fog strip, or their driver’s side wheels are in the driving area. Hannah Burlingame/Review

Parking ban on Babcock Trail takes effect when class begins

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20
Aug

Candidate filing closes for South-West area school board elections

Candidate filing closed Aug. 15 and two South-West area school districts have school board seats up for election in November.

Inver Grove Heights Community Schools District 199 has three board seats on the ballot. 

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20
Aug

East Siders running for St. Paul school board, mayoral candidates line up

While elections may not be on everyone’s mind during this off-year, it’s a big year for St. Paul. 

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20
Aug

Mendota Heights council denies potential development


The Mendota Heights City Council denied variances for a potential 13.5-acre development that would have been right off Orchard Place at the site of a former apple orchard. submitted graphic

Concerns raised about cul-de-sac, character of neighborhood

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20
Aug

Big changes coming to the Sam’s Dairy site


The owner of the old Sam’s Dairy site in the 1500 block of Maryland Avenue plans to break ground on an expansion of the building this October. The expansion will include a larger laundromat, deli and small grocery store, along with fuel pumps, among other changes. Marjorie Otto/Review

Owners hope to better serve the community and cut down on crime

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