Dog Poop Plea, ‘Crime Report,’ Goodwill Gun: Woodbury Rewind
Looking back at the news of the week in Woodbury.
Three people were transported to the hospital after a crash after noon near King of Kings Lutheran Church.
Selected calls to the Woodbury Public Safety Department from Jan. 15-21.
It opened in the former Blockbuster space off Valley Creek Road.
Harley Davidson Sullivan and Jared Michael Sternaman face felony burglary charges stemming from the Jan. 23 incident.
The grand opening is set for Feb. 5.
Angelo Montes was recently honored with the award from the American Culinary Federation.
Sidewalk chalk messages left for neighbors about dog poop along trails in Bailey’s Arbor.
Christine Celeste Burtman was arrested in Woodbury after a resident told police she saw her trying to enter houses in the city’s Homestead Hills neighborhood.
Friends are planning a ceremony at halftime of Friday night’s basketball game between Woodbury and East Ridge.
Robert John Krohn faces a felony charge of making terroristic threats.
The family-friendly salon is located near the intersection of Valley Creek Road and Woodbury Drive.
The Feb. 16 event is part of the Teens Know Best Author Series.
Are you wondering what businesses are opening or closing in the east metro or otherwise making the news? Here’s an update for the month of January.
Goodwill officials say they have not found the pistol.
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The bill “gives schools the ability to appropriately balance the needs, wants and resources of their district,” Kent said in a statement.
She spoke with Patch at the Sheraton Hotel following a meeting with the Woodbury Chamber of Commerce.
Here are this week’s posts from Woodbury Patch’s Local Voices.
The event will benefit the Zach Sobiech Osteosarcoma Fund. His girlfriend is from Woodbury.