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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. 

Fri
11
Aug

Little Canada strengthens control over liquor licenses after bar shooting


A June 24 shooting outside Hoggsbreath Sports Bar and Nightclub in Little Canada spurred the city to give itself more power over liquor license holders. Mike Munzenrider

Marquise Dayshawn Parker

Following a June 24 shooting outside a Little Canada bar in which three people were injured, the city has strengthened its ability to regulate liquor license holders.

Fri
11
Aug

Investigation into man shot to death by deputies in Vadnais Heights is ongoing

The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension continues its investigation into the shooting death of a man who was killed by Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputies during an April 16 confrontation. 

Fri
11
Aug

West St. Paul woman charged with murder for allegedly strangling aunt


Divina Marie Sulentich

A 40-year-old West St. Paul woman was charged with murder for allegedly strangling her aunt to death following an argument.

Fri
11
Aug

After delays, Mendota Heights grants municipal consent for 149 project


Work on Highway 149 will stretch from George Street to Interstate 494 and will include pavement resurfacing. Work will also take place on Highway 13 from Smith to Cherokee Heights boulevards. Courtesy of MnDOT

The Mendota Heights City Council approved municipal consent for a Highway 149 rehabilitation project at its Aug. 1 meeting.

Fri
11
Aug

Local church grows donations for food shelf


The community garden behind First Presbyterian Church of South St. Paul helps support the local food shelf, Neighbors Inc. As of last year, the church had donated nearly two tons of fresh produce to the nonprofit. Hannah Burlingame/Review

Behind First Presbyterian Church of South St. Paul sits a fenced off section of land.

Fri
11
Aug

Librarians mark a 100th anniversary by returning to their former home

As part of the year-long centennial celebration of Carnegie libraries in St. Paul, the East Side Freedom Library hosted a librarian reunion Aug. 8.

Tue
08
Aug

New coffee chain moves to Maplewood


Tim Hortons in Maplewood opened for business July 29. Aundrea Kinney/Review

Tim Hortons, a Canadian-based coffee chain, opened a new franchise in Maplewood July 29. The business, which is known for their doughnuts as well as their coffee, is located at the corner of County Road B and Rice Street near Cub Foods. 

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