Roseville

Tue
06
Feb

Roseville council votes to buy License Center strip mall


file photo • Despite long waits and cramped quarters, Roseville’s License Center just recorded it’s highest grossing year in business. The city is once again looking to revamp the space to increase its efficiency.

$2.3 million purchase contingent on due diligence period

Tue
06
Feb

Players painting

Roseville Area High School students got a taste of the Super Bowl excitement when the Professional Athletes Foundation (PAF) hosted its second annual “Smocks and Jocks: Painting with the Pros” community event at RAHS on Feb. 2.

Tue
30
Jan

New tech can help seniors remain at home


submitted photo • Learn about technologies that can help older people live longer in their own homes — such as this robot that can connect users with a social worker — during a Feb. 8 talk at the Roseville Library.

Talking pill boxes, stove shut-off devices, motion-sensor lighting, a robotic pet cat, even a robot that can give you “face time” with a social worker — all are technologies that can help some older people live longer in their own homes.

Tue
23
Jan

Roseville and Mounds View district teachers among 167 MN Teacher of the Year candidates

Education Minnesota, the state’s teacher’s union, has announced this year’s slate of candidates for the 54th Minnesota Teacher of the Year award.

Tue
16
Jan

Group exploring free bus loop linking housing sites with businesses in south Roseville.


courtesy of Newtrax • A proposed bus loop serving seniors and others in southern Roseville and Falcon Heights would link senior housing facilities with shopping and community centers. Free rides would be available Tuesdays midday. There are three community forums planned to discuss the proposal. The first is Saturday, Jan. 20, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Roseville Library.

A Roseville group is testing the waters to see if there is demand for a free bus service linking senior housing facilities — and possibly serving people with disabilities or low income — with area shopping spots and community centers. 

Tue
16
Jan

Roseville schools highlight local eats


courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • Roseville Area Schools’ once-monthly “Minnesota Thursday” lunch features food produced and grown within 300 miles of the city. It, along with another program, “Harvest of the Month,” features local, whole foods. Jan. 11’s Minnesota Thursday lunch included a beef hotdog made in Cannon Falls, a bun out of St. Cloud and coleslaw made from cabbage grown in Northfield, among other food.

Lunch programs tap food hub, small farms

 

The kids are eating more than all right.

Tue
16
Jan

On the water front

Saturday night moviegoers were turned away at the AMC Rosedale 14 on Jan. 6 after a pipe burst at the theaters that afternoon. A theater employee said there was inch-deep standing water in some parts of the building.

Tue
09
Jan

Outdoor painters capture Roseville parks – see it at City Hall


courtesy of Minnesota Outdoor Painters • From left, Doug Malin, Tom McGregor and Greg Lecker with their winning works.

Stay warm while catching a glimpse of Roseville’s parks inside Roseville City Hall.

Tue
09
Jan

Officials to talk about new tech helping people with autism, dementia stay safe.

For families concerned about the safety of relatives with autism, dementia or other “invisible” disabilities, the Roseville fire and police departments have technology and programs that can help avoid disasters.

Wed
20
Dec

SNAPSHOT: Kids code in Roseville schools

photos courtesy of Roseville Area Schools

Dec. 4-10, schools around the world celebrated the Hour of Code, which introduces students to the field of computer science. 

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