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News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin, Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin & St. Anthony Bulletin.

 

Fri
27
Sep

Falcon Heights doctor pens memoirs on coping with cancer


Heather Thompson Buum “Mirth is God’s Medicine: Coping with Cancer as a Physician” (courtesy of Joshua Tree Publishing)

What happens when a doctor becomes the patient?

Fri
27
Sep

Shoreview moving toward largest street project to date


Shoreview has accepted a bid for reconstruction of North Owasso Boulevard and its utility lines, moving the city one step closer to its largest road reconstruction project to date. Set to break ground this spring, the city will also be installing new stormwater collection and treatment infrastructure to combat water quality concerns in nearby lakes. (Bridget Kranz)

North Owasso Boulevard reconstruction on track

Fri
27
Sep

Ramsey County approves funding for sexual assault investigator in Roseville

The Ramsey County Board on Sept. 24 approved the county attorney’s request to fund a sexual assault investigator in the City of Roseville police department starting in 2020. 

Fri
27
Sep

Lewy body experts to talk about often misdiagnosed dementia

Although it is the second most common type of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy body dementia often is misdiagnosed, sometimes leading to problems with treatment and care.

Fri
27
Sep

Trolley fire lights up Roseville highway interchange


Roseville firefighters responded to a trolley fire Sept. 14 at the interchange of Highway 36 and Interstate 35W. Nobody was injured by the large blaze. (courtesy of Roseville Fire Department)

No one was injured the afternoon of Sept. 14 after a trolley caught fire at the interchange of northbound Interstate 35W and highways 36 and 280 in Roseville.

Fri
27
Sep

St. Anthony OKs preliminary plans for lux apartments at vacant Walmart site


The former St. Anthony Walmart has sat vacant for over five years, and is now on its way to being developed into a 464-unit luxury apartment complex aimed at older renters looking to downsize. Following a preliminary approval by the St. Anthony City Council, the developer hopes to get a final sign-off and break ground later this fall. (file photo)

New luxury apartments on the site of the former St. Anthony Walmart are one step closer to fruition, following the St. Anthony City Council’s approval of a preliminary development application at its Sept. 10 meeting.

Fri
27
Sep

New Brighton approves preliminary 9% levy increase for 2020

Improperly discarded rags started a small fire inside Irondale High School the night of July 6, according to a report from the New Brighton Department of Public Safety. 

Fri
27
Sep

Noxious plant taking root in Oakdale, Washington County


Black swallow-wort. (courtesy of Minnesota Department of Natural Resources)

Amy Felegy

staff writer

 

Wed
25
Sep

Hearing labor concerns, Roseville OKs tax subsidies for Fairview development


The former trucking terminal in the 2700 block of Fairview Avenue in Roseville is well on its way to becoming apartments and a medical office building with the help of city subsidies in the form of tax increment financing. Residents and others spoke against city financial support of the development Sept. 16 at a Roseville Economic Development Authority meeting because of labor concerns associated with the lead developer. (Mike Munzenrider)

What could have been a typical Roseville Economic Development Authority meeting on Sept. 16 turned into a discussion of labor rights as folks turned out to raise concerns about a development deal on the agenda that night.

Mon
23
Sep

Looking for fact-based book clubs

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

Q.  It seems like most of your book clubs are for fiction readers. Do you have any reading groups that are more fact-based? I’m an engineer.

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