Bulletin Area News

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.

 

Thu
10
Sep

Many Hands Feed Many Families - Day of Service, Sept. 13 2015

Sometimes big needs require big partnerships.

Wed
09
Sep

City of New Brighton offers free bareroot trees for boulevards

The City of New Brighton owns and operates a gravelbed nursery of bareroot trees that were installed this past spring. The trees are generally 6-8 feet in height and are to be planted in city parks and along city boulevards this fall.

Wed
09
Sep

Gardens built with hopes to teach kids about service and nutrition

The new “Everybody’s Garden,” complete with hanging tomatillos at Chippewa Middle School. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)
The new “Everybody’s Garden,” complete with hanging tomatillos at Chippewa Middle School. (Danielle Korby/Bulletin)

Tomatoes and tomatillos are among the many different plants that grow in Chippewa Middle School's new garden.

Wed
09
Sep

New Brighton family sleeping soundly after contest win

Ryan Supina, who suffers from a chromosomal syndrome known as dup15q, is the new owner of a special bed all thanks to his mom winning a contest. (photo courtesy of Katie Supina)
Ryan Supina, who suffers from a chromosomal syndrome known as dup15q, is the new owner of a special bed all thanks to his mom winning a contest. (photo courtesy of Katie Supina)

Katie Supina and her family are sleeping a little bit easier, all thanks to a new bed.

Wed
09
Sep

Beekeeping a step closer to reality in Mounds View

Mounds View residents are one step closer to possibly being able to keep honeybees on their property.

Tue
08
Sep

September Ramsey County Library Board meeting

The Ramsey County Library Board is meeting Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 6:30 at the Ramsey County Library in New Brighton. All meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.

Tue
08
Sep

Grants available for water quality improvement projects

A rain garden, like the one seen here in Little Canada, is filled with plants that help filter out pollutants from runoff water. Homeowners with their sights on water quality improvement projects on their property can have up to 75 percent of the project paid for by a Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District grant. (courtesy of RWMWD)
A rain garden, like the one seen here in Little Canada, is filled with plants that help filter out pollutants from runoff water. Homeowners with their sights on water quality improvement projects on their property can have up to 75 percent of the project paid for by a Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District grant. (courtesy of RWMWD)

Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District is offering grant money for projects designed to help improve water quality.

Tue
08
Sep

First round of Rosedale expansion plans pass planning commission

The planned 141,000 square-foot retail expansion is shown in red. The parking deck addition would be to its left, with links to the new retail space and JCPenney. (source map courtesy of City of Roseville)
The planned 141,000 square-foot retail expansion is shown in red. The parking deck addition would be to its left, with links to the new retail space and JCPenney. (source map courtesy of City of Roseville)

The Roseville Planning Commission voted to recommend that the city council approve initial plans for the expansion of Rosedale Center.

Wed
02
Sep

Ramsey County household hazardous waste collection sites

Where do you get rid of old fertilizer? What do you do with unwanted paint or pesticides? Ramsey County offers a safe alternative to dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW).

Wed
02
Sep

Vadnais Heights sprinkling ban

The city of Vadnais Heights’ sprinkling ban began June 1 and remains in effect through Sept. 15. This ban applies only to water from the municipal system and helps to conserve water as well as ensure an adequate supply for fire emergencies.

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