Century College will host "Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nation," a nationally recognized, award-winning, traveling exhibit made in partnership with the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and the Smithsonian’s Nationa
The 2015 Community POWER grants program, sponsored by the Solid Waste Management Coordinating Board, is looking for non-profit organizations, schools and environmental groups to propose new and innovative ways to educate and actively engage residents to change their purchasing, reusing, and hazardous waste disposal behaviors in order to reduce garbage.
The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office has received a number of reports from citizens stating that they have received phone calls from someone claiming to be a member of the Sheriff’s Office and asking them to “settle warrants by putting money on a pr
“Great Egret Ruffling After the Rain,” by John Zakeij is the cover photo for the 2015 Maplewood Nature calendar published by the Friends of Maplewood Nature, a nonprofit group, for the benefit of nature center programs and preservation. (submitted photo)
The Friends of Maplewood Nature offer the seventh annual product of a photography competition that concentrates on Maplewood’s nature center and preserves: the “Friends of Maplewood Nature 2015” calendar.
Open houses previously scheduled in November for the Rush Line Corridor Pre-Project Development Study have been postponed until early January 2015. The new dates for the open houses will be forthcoming.
A rendering of the new Maplewood fire station shows its four bays as it will look from McKnight Road. (submitted graphic)
A open house and ribbon cutting ceremony are scheduled for the new Maplewood Fire and Police South Station, located on the 3M campus east of McKnight Road and south of Minnehaha Avenue, at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 15.