Roseville

Tue
08
May

Roseville Library program will feature local services that help people stay longer in their homes

As Americans live longer than ever before, more older people — even many people with memory issues — are able to remain in their own homes much later in life than any previous generation.

Tue
08
May

‘Why I run’ panel discussion a success


courtesy of Keely Vandre • From left, “Why I Run” panel event participants Clare Verbeten, deputy political director of the Walz-Flanagan gubernatorial campaign; Huda Yusuf, an inspired audience member, Melanie Leehy, who is serving her first term on the Falcon Heights City Council after her third time running; Lila Eltawely, who ran for House District 53A, moderator Marquita Stephens; and Alberder Gillespie, who also ran for District 53A.

Do Good Roseville, the Roseville Area League of Women Voters and Roseville Area Schools hosted the first-ever “Why I Run” panel event on April 24 at Roseville Area High School. 

Tue
08
May

Assistive Technology Fair at Roseville Library

Disability or impairment can strike people at any age. But sometimes life can be enriched by a rapidly expanding range of services, devices and technologies.

Tue
24
Apr

Roseville looks to remodel License Center, again


courtesy of City of Roseville • Now that Roseville owns the strip mall where its License Center is located, the city council is revisiting renovation plans that it put on hold last year. The council decided April 16 to work off existing plans to rework the space, but to rework the plans themselves to cut renovation costs.

City now owns strip mall that houses center.

Tue
24
Apr

Roseville district says girls basketball racism allegation is ‘resolved’

Former players pushed back against claim.

The Roseville Area School District has completed its investigation into an allegation of racism that came out of a girls high school basketball banquet last month.

Tue
17
Apr

Roseville planning another deer cull


file photo • Following a January 2017 deer cull in which 20 animals were killed, on April 9 the Roseville City Council approved another cull of 20 animals to be carried out between October and January 2019.

Last January, United States Department of Agriculture sharpshooters hired by the City of Roseville shot and killed 20 deer in a single night in order to reduce the city’s herd.

Tue
17
Apr

Rosedale Herberger’s could close this summer


Mike Munzenrider • The Rosedale Center Herberger’s, which opened in 1999, is slated to close this summer as part of its parent company’s bankruptcy restructuring, unless a possible new owner decides to keep the department store open.

Just months after reopening following its first renovation in nearly two decades, the Herberger’s at Rosedale Center could be closing for good this summer.

Tue
17
Apr

Area nonprofit works to support adoption and foster children, spread love

Foster children often don’t stand out in our day-to-day lives, but they’re there.

Tue
17
Apr

Local arts organization brings artist interviews to Roseville Library

Arts Roseville is launching its first community-facing program since its recent reinvigoration.

Tue
17
Apr

Roseville agrees to back new circulator bus, but seeks expansion to serve more immigrants

Roseville City Manager Pat Trudgeon will spearhead an effort to expand a new midday bus service on Tuesdays to include apartments that serve immigrants in southeast Roseville, as well as seniors and people with disabilities.

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