Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

Thu
18
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Arden Hills college student shares research at national event

Iowa State University undergraduate students headed south to share their research and scholarship with their peers from across the nation.

Thu
18
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Neighborhood speed board

Are drivers speeding through your neighborhood? The Roseville Police Department offers temporary speed board signs that residents can request to be placed on their streets.

Thu
18
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Roseville police baby shower

In Roseville, April showers will turn into baby showers. Roseville police are collecting new baby items to donate to Tubman, and they invite the community to join them.

Tue
09
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Yard waste sites open later

Ramsey County yard waste collection sites are open with extended hours. The service is free and open to county residents.

Tue
09
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Roseville police baby shower

In Roseville, April showers will turn into baby showers. Roseville police are collecting new baby items to donate to Tubman, and they invite the community to join them.

Tue
09
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Neighborhood speed board

Are drivers speeding through your neighborhood? The Roseville Police Department offers temporary speed board signs that residents can request to be placed on their streets.

Tue
02
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: $15k in arts grants coming to area organizations

The Metropolitan Regional Arts Council announced on March 26 awards of $346,335 to projects and organizations across the Twin Cities.

They include awards to New Brighton, Mounds View and Roseville groups, according to a news release.

Tue
02
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Soccer group adopts new mission statement

North Suburban Soccer Association announced a new mission statement.

Tue
02
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Protecting groundwater

As you get ready for spring yardwork, the City of Roseville asks you to do your part to protect the city’s groundwater.

Tue
02
Apr

NEWSBRIEF: Mounds View schools recognized for music programs

Mounds View Public Schools was recognized by the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation as one of the 623 school districts that are “best communities for music education.”

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