East Side Review

Tue
26
Mar

Flooding tips from CenterPoint Energy

With flooding expected in parts of Minnesota, CenterPoint Energy reminds residents of its preparedness and offers customers some important natural gas safety tips.

Tue
26
Mar

Assumed equality is not enough

Ninety-nine years ago, women achieved the right to vote in the United States. Three years later, Alice Paul introduced the Equal Rights Amendment with a rallying declaration: “There’s nothing complicated about ordinary equality!”

Mon
25
Mar

2 East Siders among 2019 Bush Fellows


KaYing Yang

Fellowship helps leaders continue to grow and serve

 

The Bush Foundation on March 19 announced the 24 winners of its Bush Fellowship program, which include two East Siders. 

Mon
25
Mar

Preparing, but hoping


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

South St. Paul public work employees were busy March 20 filling sandbags in preparation for possible flooding. The city is moving forward with flood preparedness and plans to install a flood wall on Hardman Avenue March 25.

Mon
25
Mar

Improvements coming to Mendota Heights parks


courtesy of City of Mendota Heights Improvements are proposed for the playgrounds at Wentworth Park, 739 Wentworth Ave., and Hagstrom-King Park, 555 Mendota Heights Road. However, the Mendota Heights City Council is asking city staffers to work on reducing the final price tags.

Price leaves some council members with sticker shock

 

As spring takes hold, the Mendota Heights City Council is looking at improving two area parks. 

Mon
25
Mar

Mendota Heights looks for new development at the Village

The Mendota Heights City Council is looking to develop city-owned lots in the Village Mendota Heights. 

Mon
25
Mar

‘Why Treaties Matter’ coming to East Side Freedom Library

Exhibit opens March 24

Treaties are a large part of historical and modern Minnesota, but often aren’t well understood. 

Mon
25
Mar

East Side Review - Police Reports • Thursday, Feb. 28 — Wednesday, March 6

Thursday, Feb. 28 — Wednesday, March 6

Mon
25
Mar

Dancing into a new year


photos courtesy of Ariel Tilson

The annual Mexica New Year celebration returned March 16 at Johnson High School. The event celebrates indigenous cultures in the Twin Cities, in addition to celebrating the Mexica New Year, which this year is 7 akatl, or 7 reed.

Mon
25
Mar

Longtime education advocate and church supporter recognized by Rotary Club


Jill Lewis

Jill Lewis was announced as the winner of the South St. Paul/Inver Grove Heights Rotary Club’s 2019 Service to Others Humanitarian Recognition Award. 

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