September is here, which means August is no more. As we turn the page on our calendars, here are the five stories that had St. Louis Park talking last month:
Alumni of all ages returned to on Aug. 25 for an all-year reunion to celebrate school history and commit to future educational excellence.
Thanks to Surly, St. Louis Park's Steel Toe Brewing will soon be able to sell its brews by the pint on-site. City Council on Aug. 6 unanimously approved changes to its zoning and liquor codes that will allow the year-old brewery to sell its own beer on the premises. If other breweries open in St. Louis Park, they too will be allowed to have "taprooms."
A stabbing was reported in the early-morning hours of Aug. 15. Rena Christine Dobervich, 26, was later charged with two counts of second-degree assault for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend with a steak knife.
A 29-year-old St. Louis Park went to the hospital in critical condition after crashing his motorcycle into a pole on Aug. 17 in Robbinsdale. Passenger Ashley Juntilla, 23, of Crystal, was also critically injured in the crash.
Aug. 22 was the last day of business for . Employee Tony Troup said a new owner will be taking over, however, and plans on changing the place to a kosher restaurant and cafe.