Thanks to generous donors, the White Bear Center for the Arts is doubling in size, allowing for more programming and more parking.
White Bear Lake-based hearing health company Envoy Medical announced its Acclaim cochlear implant is being fast tracked through the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval process. The FDA granted Breakthrough Device Designation, which enables expedited review to get the implant to patie…
Grieving the loss of a loved one is never easy, and doing it during a pandemic brings new challenges. Mueller Memorial, with locations in White Bear Lake and St. Paul, has thought of new ways to help people through the process during these trying times.
A group of students from Centennial High School have organized Centennial Students for Change and plan to host a peaceful protest in the area Saturday, July 11.
July marks the first official month on the job for Ross Allen, the sixth president of Bethel University.
The city of Lexington received an award for advancing to become a Step 3 city in the Minnesota GreenStep program. Lexington is one of 140 cities and tribal nations participating in the challenge, assistance and recognition program.
The Ramsey County co-chair for the trail around White Bear Lake wants bicyclists to know “the dust is swirling” on about a quarter-mile of Birchwood Road in Mahtomedi.
WHITE BEAR LAKE — A letter sent to neighbors within 350 feet of property at 2600 County Road E inviting them to a developer’s meeting included the tenant holding the lease at that address: Level Up Academy.
Where she'll be moored on White Bear Lake is still under negotiation, but the Queen Mary is expected to make her debut late next month.
Three educators are banding together to put on an event with a purpose: to educate and help others take action against racism in the community.
A creative kind of take-out is now available on White Bear Lake. Two entrepreneurial college guys dreamed it up while sitting on a Lake Avenue dock.
The Chinese government arranged for 400 of its citizens to leave Kenya recently, but Birchwood couple Nancy and Bob Brydges remain in Africa waiting for a flight home that never comes.
Area lakes were not stocked with fish by Department of Natural Resources this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but they have plenty of fish, said a DNR official contacted by the Press.
It’s possible that some, but not all, fall high school sports will be offered this fall, according to comments offered during a Minnesota State High School League discussion Thursday.
The Quad Community Press invited local athletes by email through their coaches to comment on the unprecedented loss of an entire season due to the pandemic along with what they did while still hoping to compete, and how they handled distance learning. Here are some reactions:
Any hopes for salvaging part of the high school spring sports season were dashed last Thursday, when the Minnesota State High School League canceled all activities and athletics for the rest of the school year, in response to an an executive order issued by Gov. Tim Walz.
As of April 18, one sport is back in action in Minnesota.
Will Francis, former Centennial athlete who was due to start his college hockey career at Minnesota-Duluth in the fall, was recently diagnosed with leukemia.
Wyatt Newpower recently completed his four-year Division I hockey career with some high notes and honors. Then a searing disappointment. Then a dream realized.
Turning on the football field lights in a tribute to sidelined spring sports is an idea that’s catching on around the nation.