Ramsey Co. - Maplewood Review News

Maplewood News, North St. Paul News, Ramsey County News

Thu
23
Oct

Something fishy - photos


Linda Baumeister/Review

Linda Baumeister/Review

The inaugural Fish House Frenzy, three teams in a 24-hour building competition, took place at Joe’s Sporting Goods in Maplewood Oct. 17 to benefit Rebuilding Together Twin Cities.

Wed
22
Oct

Maplewood man charged in St. Paul rape and burglary incident

Jeffray Leallen Walker
Jeffray Leallen Walker

Maplewood resident Jeffray Leallen Walker, 25, faces rape and aggravated burglary charges following an attack in St. Paul Oct. 8.

Wed
22
Oct

Field of four for council includes two Zicks

The competition for two council seats in North St. Paul includes two incumbents, Terry Furlong and Candy Norgard-Petersen; one former council member who hopes to return, Dave Zick, and perennial candidate Bob Zick.

Wed
22
Oct

North St. Paul Mayor race pits longtime council member against newcomer

The clash for mayor in North St. Paul draws sharp contrasts: between a longtime council member-mayor and a first-term council member.

Wed
22
Oct

Five candidates compete for three Dist. 622 board seats

The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District has three school board terms due to expire in January, currently held by Amy Coborn, Mark Wheeler and Michelle Yener.

Fri
17
Oct

FBI, sheriff's office combing Maplewood operations


Chuck Ahl

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

Wed
15
Oct

Meet the candidates for state House - Districts 43A, 43B & 53A

North St. Paul and Maplewood are represented by three districts in the State House: 43A, which includes the northwestern portion of Maplewood, District 43B, which includes central Maplewood and North St.

Wed
15
Oct

Tartan seeks community support for safe driving campaign


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

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.

Mon
13
Oct

Social Security and immigration focal points for U.S. Congress - District 4

This year’s matchup for the Fourth Congressional District seat features three candidates from major parties. The district covers all of Ramsey County. The candidates running for federal office were asked about their positions on the future of Social Security and Medicare, immigration reform, and what their legislative initiatives and priorities are.

Wed
08
Oct

Elderly Maplewood man spends last days in jail


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)

Vang dies 10 days prior to sentencing for son’s murder
Pang Vang, the 84-year-old who murdered his son March 24 after an argument over cable TV, died last week at Regions Hospital.
Vang, who was awaiting sentencing, was transferred from the Ramsey County Jail to the St. Paul hospital Monday, Sept. 29. He died that same day.
 

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