North St. Paul police were provided this photo of the suspect in a lewd-conduct case as he fled by foot along Margaret Street Aug. 25, pursued by bookstore owner Kathryn Harris and a customer. (submitted photo)
Police investigation underway
Shortly before 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25, a man bolted out of the Paperbacks Plus bookstore, 2539 E. Seventh Ave., North St. Paul, with two women on his heels.
The man had allegedly exposed himself to a customer inside the store. She reported the incident to the owner, who, accompanied by another customer, took off after him in an attempt to keep tabs on him until police were contacted.
Maplewood Fire Station 2 (the Gladstone station), located at 1955 Clarence Street, serves as the Fire Department’s administrative headquarters. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
In response to a complaint filed with the city, Maplewood Fire Chief Steve Lukin and Assistant Fire Chief Clarence "Butch" Gervais, along with four of their colleagues at the Maplewood Fire Department, were placed on administrative hold on Monday,
On Aug. 12, North St. Paul siblings Evan, 16, and Charlotte Gill, 21, completed a 1,100-mile hike along the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Today’s youth have grown up with smartphones that map their routes, video games that allow them to communicate with their friends remotely, and travel opportunities that enable them to expand their horizons overseas.
Fifth grade students at Transfiguration Catholic School in Oakdale helped their families conserve energy and save on utility bills this summer after participating in an in-school energy conservation program last school year.
Sleeping woman awakens to blows in Oakdale home
An Oakdale man who attacked his wife with a hammer while she was sleeping last fall pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted murder — the most serious charge against him — in Washington County District Court Monday, Aug. 17.
Prosecuting attorney Siv Yurichuk said it was a "straight plea," meaning there will be no sentencing agreement for 32-year-old Brian Thomas Henjum.
A Little Canada resident who recently called the Review newsroom provided a vivid illustration of how fed up the caller and others are with the continuing cacophony of train horns at all hours of the day.
Restaurant receives Award of Excellence for 15th straight year
The Lake Elmo Inn has once again earned "Wine Spectator" magazine's prestigious "Award of Excellence" for its wine selection.
The publication honored a total of 2,563 restaurants worldwide this year with an Award of Excellence, including 21 in Minnesota. The Lake Elmo Inn has received the award for 15 consecutive years.