Ice Arena to construct two new locker rooms for the Hill-Murray hockey program. The James Steele Construction Company of St. Paul is removing dirt and creating a hole measuring 32 feet by 55 feet for the new addition at the county-owned arena. The private high school is financing the project. (Wally Wakefield/Review staff)
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The Hill-Murray boys hockey program has entered into a unique partnership with Ramsey County to build its own locker rooms at Aldrich Ice Arena. For many years - dating back to before Hill High School allied itself with Archbishop Murray High School to become Hill-Murray - the Pioneers have called... + continue reading

Tartan students hope to win one of nearly 100 grants for their school through participation in a national safe driving campaign.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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A group of Tartan High School students are hard at work promoting a safe driving campaign that they hope will bring the school some national attention, as well as a sizeable grant.  But they need your help. Over 50 students in the school's SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)... + continue reading

Built in 1940, the old 3M headquarters was surrounded by other 3M buildings which have since been demolished. (Submitted photo)
Monday, October 13, 2014
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After buying the vacant former 3M headquarters building at 777 Forest St. two years ago from the St. Paul Port Authority, Exeter Group has been trying to fill the place with tenants. After investing $1 million in the 75-year-olf building, it remains vacant and needs more rehabilitation. But Jim... + continue reading

The East Side Freedom Library, formerly the Arlington Hills Library, should be getting a new roof in short order. The building’s stewards, Peter Rachleff and Beth Cleary, have begun running programming out of the library, and have more arts programs in the works thanks to a Knight Foundation arts grant. (submitted photo)
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Grants kicking in, roof funds raised After a summer of fundraising and getting off the ground, East Sider Peter Rachleff's idea to maintain the old Arlington Hills Library building is slowly but surely taking shape. With a grant for $25,000 from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation,... + continue reading

Vednita Carter, founder of Breaking Free, introduced a new East Side house dubbed Jerry’s Place that will be the home for four girls ages 16 and 17 who are recovering victims of sex trafficking. The home is named after fallen East Side cop Gerald Vick. The home comes thanks to new Safe Harbor laws and funding that came with them. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
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State funding means a safe home for girls to recover Standing on the porch of an East Side home, Vednita Carter, executive director of Breaking Free, recalled back in 2002 when the late East Side cop Gerald Vick had just taken a badly beaten teenage girl to the hospital. She'd been beaten... + continue reading

Ice Arena to construct two new locker rooms for the Hill-Murray hockey program. The James Steele Construction Company of St. Paul is removing dirt and creating a hole measuring 32 feet by 55 feet for the new addition at the county-owned arena. The private high school is financing the project. (Wally Wakefield/Review staff)

Tartan students hope to win one of nearly 100 grants for their school through participation in a national safe driving campaign.

Built in 1940, the old 3M headquarters was surrounded by other 3M buildings which have since been demolished. (Submitted photo)

The East Side Freedom Library, formerly the Arlington Hills Library, should be getting a new roof in short order. The building’s stewards, Peter Rachleff and Beth Cleary, have begun running programming out of the library, and have more arts programs in the works thanks to a Knight Foundation arts grant. (submitted photo)

Vednita Carter, founder of Breaking Free, introduced a new East Side house dubbed Jerry’s Place that will be the home for four girls ages 16 and 17 who are recovering victims of sex trafficking. The home is named after fallen East Side cop Gerald Vick. The home comes thanks to new Safe Harbor laws and funding that came with them. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

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FBI and Washington County Sheriff's Department investigators are probing City of Maplewood operations, although official sources say they cannot say why or even characterize what's being investigated. City requested FBI Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell said in an interview... + continue reading
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Roseville council candidate, school board member convicted of fifth-degree drug possession in 2007 A candidate for Roseville city council and a current member of the Roseville Area School District School Board was convicted of fifth-degree drug possession several years ago. Now,... + continue reading

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The man charged in September with two counts of second-degree murder in connection with the strangling death of a 24-year-old West St. Paul woman was indicted by the Dakota County Grand Jury late Oct. 16. Marc Amouri Bakambia, 28, of West St. Paul, was initially charged in Dakota County... + continue reading
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"Prevent Halloween From Becoming a Spooky Nightmare" urges the headline of the press release from the American College of Emergency Physicians. I wouldn't say Halloween in our neighborhood has been fraught with "nightmares" over the years, but we certainly have... + continue reading

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Joseph Brown Thunder appointed Oct. 8 The city of Falcon Heights has appointed a new council member following the resignation of Keith Gosline this summer.  Joseph Brown Thunder, 43, will fill the position until next fall, when a special election will be held to elect a new... + continue reading

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Up for election for spots on the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners are two incumbents and two challengers in District 3. Candidates were asked questions about county priorities, transit projects... + continue reading

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A conference room at the old 3M headquarters featured marble trim and mahogany paneling. (Submitted photo)
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The man charged in September with two counts of second-degree murder in connection with the strangling death of a 24-year-old West St. Paul woman was indicted by the Dakota County Grand Jury late Oct... + continue reading

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Roseville council candidate, school board member convicted of fifth-degree drug possession in 2007 A candidate for Roseville city council and a current member of the Roseville Area School... + continue reading

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With big development projects and other changes on the horizon, some Lake Elmo residents feel left in the dark about some of the new ventures the city has undertaken. In an effort to bring the public... + continue reading

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FBI and Washington County Sheriff's Department investigators are probing City of Maplewood operations, although official sources say they cannot say why or even characterize what's being... + continue reading

Maplewood and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension detectives inspect the scene at the Maplewood home of Chue Vang, 36, who was shot and killed by his father, Pang Vang, 84, inside the house March 24. (Kaitlyn Roby/file photo)
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Children enjoy a fall afternoon at Maple Heights Park. Located just east of Maplewood Mall, it's one of the city's busier parks. (Tim Faklis/Review)
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There are 9 candidates running for four seats in the Minnesota House of Representatives for Bulletin area districts 41A, 41B, 42A and 42B. District 41A is made up of Fridley and parts of New... + continue reading