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Maplewood police seek help identifying fraud suspects


Maplewood police are looking for help identifying these men suspected of credit card fraud. The two men, as seen on security video footage at the Toys“R”Us in Maplewood, used stolen credit card information. courtesy of Maplewood Police Department

Maplewood police are seeking the public’s help in identifying two suspects in a credit card fraud case.

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Maplewood joins national movement to support Paris Climate Agreement

On July 24, the Maplewood City Council unanimously agreed to join about 360 other cities — including nearby St. Paul, Minneapolis, Falcon Heights and other Twin Cities suburbs — in support of the Paris Climate Agreement. 

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Solar panels to be removed from Maplewood Community Center


The solar panels will be removed from the roof of the Maplewood Community Center this week in preparation for replacing the center’s roof. The panels will not be replaced after repairs are made. file photo

The Maplewood City Council agreed at its July 24 meeting to remove the solar panels from the Maplewood Community Center roof, a project that needs to be completed before the building’s roof can be replaced. 

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Expert on dementia, sports concussions to talk Aug. 10 about how to diagnose dementia

For 15 years, Dr. Sonia Mosch has built a neuropsychology practice that includes testing and helping people as they cope with dementia, sports concussions, multiple sclerosis, strokes or performance anxiety.

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St. Anthony receives official application for redevelopment of Lowry Grove


Those living in Lowry Grove were required to move out by June 30. Now, vacant of residents, the land awaits redevelopment, and the developer, The Village, awaits feedback on plans from both city leaders as well as residents. Jesse Poole

Just shy of a month after it was completely vacated, an application to redevelop the land long known as Lowry Grove was submitted to St. Anthony Village.

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Candidate filing now open for school board, city council races

While news related to the 2016 presidential election still dominates the headlines, the upcoming local, off-year elections that are just a few months away should not be overlooked.

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Roseville expands on commitment to being ‘welcoming and inclusive’

The Roseville City Council adopted a statement at its July 24 meeting that expands upon the city’s commitment to being “welcoming and inclusive.”

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Teen wants others to love libraries like she does

“Libraries are actually a pretty big part of my life. My mom has been taking my sisters and I since we were super small,” said Destiny Walker, the intern at Arlington Hills Community Center this summer, before reassessing.

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Former Henry Sibley teacher charged with felony criminal sexual conduct


Christine Lee Funk

A former music teacher at Henry Sibley High School is accused of having had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old male student.

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East Side neighbors starting peaceful traditions


Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli kicked off the celebration with a peace dance. Marjorie Otto photo/Review

“Look around you, see whoever is sitting next to you, turn around and say ‘Hi.’ That’s how peace gets built,” said Amin Omar during the inaugural East Side Peace Celebration on a hot July 22 at the Battle Creek Recreation Center.

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