East Side Review

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Ramsey County to hold May 2 warrant resolution event

Ramsey County is hoping to close out some of its 4,500 active misdemeanor warrants.

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26
Apr

Man charged with shooting at baby near Wilder Park

Joseph John Johnson
Joseph John Johnson

Joseph John Johnson, 22, of Minneapolis faces felony charges in Ramsey County after firing a gun at his ex-girlfriend’s car while she was driving with her 1-year-old baby.

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26
Apr

Phalen will get new fishing dock

A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013.  (submitted photo)
A new fishing dock will be built along the west side of Lake Phalen. The pier, similar to the one shown above, will replace an old pier that was removed in 2013. (submitted photo)

Lake Phalen will have a new fishing spot this summer.

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26
Apr

Moonshine Saloon could re-open with new owner, new name

The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
The empty Moonshine Saloon on East Seventh Street could be getting a new owner. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

East Side bar employee wants to buy, re-open old brick bar

Matt Burns, an employee at the St. Paul Saloon on Hudson Road, is hoping to re-open what was once called the Moonshine Saloon at 1179 East Seventh St.

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26
Apr

Twin Cities Academy moving out

Twin Cities Academy will look to build a new school building for the 2016-2017 school year. The Dayton’s Bluff based public charter school enjoys small class sizes and high achievement rates. Shown above, students participate in a literature discussion in a classroom of about nine students.
Twin Cities Academy will look to build a new school building for the 2016-2017 school year. The Dayton’s Bluff based public charter school enjoys small class sizes and high achievement rates. Shown above, students participate in a literature discussion in a classroom of about nine students.

Sacred Heart concerned about future of school building

Twin Cities Academy is moving on up.

According to a newsletter from Twin Cities Academy, the public charter school will be looking to move for the 2016-2017 school year.

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21
Apr

Lillie Newspapers boasts three award-winning writers

Mary Lee Hagert, left, and Pamela O’Meara stand next to the displays of award-winning entries during the 2015 Minnesota Newspaper Association convention.
Mary Lee Hagert, left, and Pamela O’Meara stand next to the displays of award-winning entries during the 2015 Minnesota Newspaper Association convention.

The Review had two longtime staff members take home honors at the recent Minnesota Newspaper Association statewide contest—and both in column writing.

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19
Apr

Arcade’s got the better betta

Betta fish are considered “living jewelry” for their gemlike colors and their value to their collectors, who prize their variety of fin types and distinct hues. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Betta fish are considered “living jewelry” for their gemlike colors and their value to their collectors, who prize their variety of fin types and distinct hues. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

East Side shops bring southeast Asian tradition to the world

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19
Apr

DNR invites public input on Invasive Carp Action Plan

The Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input on a statewide plan to combat invasive carp threatening Minnesota rivers and lakes.

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19
Apr

DNR will aim for fishing fun

Staff from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources stocked 500 catchable size rainbow trout into a pond at DNR’s Central Region Headquarters on Warner Road in preparation for Take Aim at Summer Fun on May 16, when kids will be able to shoot

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19
Apr

Metro State data breach proves substantial

Metropolitan State University announced on Tuesday, March 14, that a December data breach led to the exposure of personal information from 160,000 current and former students.

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