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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

Sun
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

Mon
14
Aug

Maplewood man pleads guilty to attempted murder of his mother


David Williams

A 22-year-old Maplewood man pleaded guilty to first-degree attempted murder for attacking his mother with a hammer.

Mon
14
Aug

NEWSBRIEFS: Ramsey Co. / Maplewood / Oakdale / Lake Elmo - August 13, 2017


Minnesota Municipal Power Agency recently installed a solar array at North High School as part of the Hometown Solar Grant program. submitted photo

Educational solar array energized in North St. Paul 

Mon
14
Aug

Midwest regional champions, the East Twins All-Star 14U Baseball Team

East Twins All-Star 14U Baseball Team is the Midwest regional champions and now advance to the Babe Ruth World Series held in Glen Allen, Virginia.   

Mon
14
Aug

Free Little Library courtesy Girl Scout Troop 52932

The six girls in Girl Scout Troop 52932 in Oakdale recently donated a Free Little Library to Oakdale Elementary School located at 821 Glenbrook Ave. N.

Mon
14
Aug

Man who shot ex-wife in North St. Paul gets 20 years in prison

A man recently convicted of shooting his ex-wife with a shotgun at her workplace in North St. Paul, was sentenced Aug. 9 to serve 20 years in prison. 

Mon
14
Aug

District 622 receives state funding to send more children to pre-k for free

School District 622 is one of 59 districts to receive state funding for voluntary school-based pre-kindergarten programs for 4-year-olds. These districts were announced by Governor Mark Dayton Aug. 4.

Mon
14
Aug

New Maplewood director of public safety begins work


Scott Nadeau

Newly appointed Maplewood Director of Public Safety Scott Nadeau jumped into his role Aug. 7. 

Nadeau, 51, replaced Paul Schnell, who retired in June. Lt. Kerry Crotty was acting police chief in the interim.

Fri
11
Aug

New Brighton sees new development at Exchange


Representatives from the city of New Brighton, TÜV SÜD America and Ryan Companies, which is building TÜV SÜD’s new facility at the New Brighton Exchange, took part in a July groundbreaking ceremony. submitted

It was years ago that New Brighton began the largest redevelopment project in the city’s history. 

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