The proposed building at Casey Lake Park features bathrooms, a gathering space and a kitchen. The park is north of the intersection of 17th Avenue and East Mohawk Road. (courtesy of the city of North St. Paul)
The North St. Paul Parks and Recreation Commission will present the design for a proposed building at Casey Lake Park at an open house from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, at City Hall, 2400 Margaret St.
Residents will have a chance to check out the project and offer feedback.
The Penumbra Theatre will present scenes from the play ‘Bearing Witness: The Ballad of Emmett Till,’ Feb. 6 at Roseville Library. (submitted photo)
Actress Thomasina Petrus from the Mixed Blood Theatre’s ‘Daughters of Africa - a Musical Celebration.’ (submitted photo)
This February, Ramsey County Libraries will celebrate diversity with a series on black history. The Roseville and Maplewood branches of the library will present five free events as part of their month-long public education program on African-American history.
Judy Woodward, the history coordinator for Ramsey County Libraries, organized the series to honor Black History Month and join a Ramsey County-wide initiative to promote diversity.
The programming will highlight some of the history of Minnesota and the different cultural groups within the state.
Burglary suspect Noah Erickson, 28, of North St. Paul was arrested after driving erratically on Wednesday, Jan. 22, around 4 p.m.
Woodbury police officers reportedly followed Erickson into the East Side's Payne-Phalen neighborhood while investigating a Woodbury burglary, but before they could make contact with him, they said he began driving erratically.
Tartan High School was locked down the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 13, after two male students, both sophomores, were involved in an altercation near the campus in which one student was stabbed in the leg and another was slashed in the hand.
As a way of proactively working to reduce calls for service, assist in the reduction of theft-related loss to individuals and businesses, and to increase a sense of community safety, the Maplewood Police Department will launch its 2013 Holiday Crime Suppression Effort.
A fixture on North St. Paul’s main street for 12 years, Greg Bradley is finally moving out.
Bradley, who owns the building at 2533-2535 East Seventh Ave., has hosted businesses in its three suites ranging from a plumbing fixtures showroom to retail motorcycle accessories and clothing, a succession of cafés and snack shops, a knitting shop, a collectibles store and a portrait studio.
The memorial for Maplewood Police Sgt. Joseph Bergeron, who was shot while on duty, was vandalized on either Nov. 21 or 22. (submitted photo)
The St. Paul Police Department’s Eastern District reported that the Sgt. Bergeron Memorial was vandalized sometime between 10:30 p.m. on Nov. 21 and 9 a.m. on Nov. 22.
The memorial, which sits at the intersection of Arlington Avenue East and North English Street, was covered in white paint.