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07
May

Housing proposed for St. Anthony Walmart site


St. Anthony’s former Walmart has sat vacant for five years since the retailer closed the store at the same time a location in Roseville opened. (file photo)

In front of a crowded house on April 30, the St. Anthony City Council and Planning Commission held a joint meeting to review a proposal for redevelopment of the city’s vacant Walmart site. 

Tue
07
May

Roseville Drug Take-Back Day a success


Roseville police collected nearly 400 pounds of unwanted prescription drugs April 27 at Rosedale Center, part of National Drug Take-Back Day. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)

Officers from the Roseville Police Department posted up at Rosedale Center April 27 to take part in the federal Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Drug Take-Dack Day.

Tue
07
May

Aldi likely moving into House of Wong space


Per building permits filed with the City of Roseville, discount grocer Aldi is planning to move into the former House of Wong space at Roseville Center on Larpenteur Avenue. (Mike Munzenrider)

Though Aldi corporate is officially mum on it, the grocer has filed for building permits with the City of Roseville and looks to be moving into the former House of Wong space off Larpenteur Avenue.

Tue
07
May

Irondale’s KnightKrawler Robotics team places 5th at international competition


KnightKrawler Robotics team members are broken into sub-teams that are responsible for different aspects of planning and competition; here, members from the drive team and pit crew evaluate their robot mid-tournament. The Irondale High School robotics team placed fifth in an international robotics competition in Detroit on April 27. (photos courtesy of Rebecca Young/Mounds View Public Schools)

In the heart of Irondale High School’s basement, students on the KnightKrawler Robotics team shoot videos, create websites, craft fundraising applications and, of course, build robots. 

Tue
07
May

Roseville woman helps those escaping from brutal North Korean regime


Casey Lartique and Hyon Kim. (Pamela O’Meara)

The well-fed, rotund leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, who travels on his own train, stands in sharp contrast to his starving citizens, who have a hard time scraping out a living in the extremely poor country. 

Tue
07
May

Irondale Winter Drumline places ninth at world championship

For the fourth consecutive year, the Irondale High School Winter Drumline advanced to the Winter Guard International (WGI) World Championship in Ohio.

Mon
06
May

Help guide the Swede Hollow master plan

The City of St. Paul is working to create a master plan for Swede Hollow Park that will help guide future programming or improvements at the park. 

Mon
06
May

Look for new public art, immigrant stories, on East Seventh Street


Carryon Homes, a public art installation that made its debut in Minneapolis last summer, will spend its summer and fall in Hamm Park off East Seventh Street in Dayton’s Bluff. (photos courtesy of Carryon Homes)

A new public art installation is coming to Hamm Park May 9 and 10. 

The park, which has undergone some recent “reactivating” by the City of St. Paul, will house the Carryon Homes art installation this summer and fall. 

Mon
06
May

Let the work begin


Hannah Burlingame/Review

Despite rain that forced a change of venue, ground was broken April 30 at Garlough Environmental Magnet School, 1740 Charlton St., in West. St. Paul.

Mon
06
May

St. Thomas Academy teacher surprised with award


Hannah Burlingame photos/Review On May 1, Caroline Little, a French teacher at St. Thomas Academy, was named a recipient of the 2019 WEM Outstanding Educator Award for Teacher Achievement, during a surprise assembly.

A St. Thomas Academy teacher was in for a surprise May 1 during a school assembly. 

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