With the MSHSL’s section realignment completed this past spring, several local teams will see a new postseason landscape starting in the fall.
Recent Totino-Grace graduate Jake Svihel missed state titles in wrestling his first three championship match attempts, but he went out a champion in his fourth attempt March 2.
Pilgrim Dry Cleaners is hosting its 12th annual Scouting for Uniforms Drive throughout the month of July this year, with collections kicking off July 1.
The Coon Rapids Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating a suspect in an attempted abduction and assault the morning of Friday, June 21.
Columbia Heights started strong, but Totino-Grace took control quickly to end the Hylanders softball season May 23 win an 11-1 victory in the Class 3A Section 4 tournament.
Emilie Meyer captured a conference title and a third place finish in distance events for Totino-Grace at the Northwest Suburban Conference girls track and field championships in Maple Grove May 21 and 23.
The New Brighton City Council heard an update from Ramsey County Commissioner Mary McGuire during the May 14 meeting.
The national non-profit School Nutrition Association has named Jessica Pena, head cook/kitchen manager at Island Lake Elementary School, the Midwest regional manager of the year. Considered the highest honor a school nutrition manager can earn, the award recognizes a cafeteria manager who ha…
Peter and Claudia LeNeau of Brooklyn Center won the 20 team PeaceMaker Minnesota cribbage tournament at Adagio’s Pizza Factory in New Brighton on April 28. Carole Froehle and Ann Thonet, both of Roseville, placed second.
Does your child or someone you are close to, have a child that has challenges with traditional playground settings? How about large crowds? New Brighton Parks and Recreation understands that not all children can attend the Eagles Nest during normal business time frames. That is why they have…
Kraus-Anderson has begun construction on a $24.7 million expansion at Irondale High School located at 2425 Long Lake Road in New Brighton. Backed by a $165 million bond issue, Irondale High School is the second phase of a three-phase, district-wide project for Mounds View Public Schools tha…
Do you enjoy learning about the natural world? If so, consider becoming a Minnesota Master Naturalist volunteer.
Columbia Heights won a VFW baseball division title last summer and hopes it will carry over to the varsity baseball season this spring.
Growing Through Loss, a series that offers grief support and education, is taking place at Abiding Savior Lutheran Church in Mounds View through May 21.
Springtime is a critical period for Minnesota’s roads. Soils and aggregate base materials are in a weakened state during and immediately following the frost leaving the ground. In order to prevent excessive roadway damage and protect the public’s investment, it is important to place vehicle …
Dating back to 2012 with the release of “Marvel’s The Avengers,” I started a new habit of watching each and every Marvel Cinematic Universe movie in the days leading up to the latest installment being released.
Community Partners with Youth is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all enrolled children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the …
Two-player teams are sought for a cribbage tournament from 5:30-9:15 p.m. on April 28 at Adagio’s Pizza Factory in New Brighton. Food and beverages are provided and there will be silent auction items. The New Brighton Lions Club and Amy Wake State Farm Insurance Agent are Presenting Sponsors.
The New Brighton City Council ordered final plans for a $7 million street rehabilitation project during the March 26 meeting.