Ramsey County announced six county road projects for 2017 that will take place in the area. 1: Resurfacing a 4,500-foot stretch of Cleveland Avenue; the road will go from four lanes to three. 2: Resurfacing of 3,600 feet of County Road B with the addition of bike lanes. 3: Installation of traffic signals and new lane striping at County Road B2 and Snelling Avenue. 4: Installation of sidewalks on Larpenteur Avenue along Tamarack Park. 5: New turn lanes at the intersection of Snelling and Larpenter Avenues. 6: Railway crossing work on Victoria Street just north of County Road C.
As temperatures more typical of April may be signaling an early spring, there are more familiar signs the end of winter nears: Ramsey County announced its slate of road projects for 2017.
Bill Doi, 100, left, and Bill Hirabayashi, 93, live in Roseville. Both were born in Washington state and were incarcerated because of their Japanese heritage during World War II. Feb. 19 marks the 75th anniversary of President Franklin Roosevelt’s executive order requiring their incarceration.
Americans of Japanese ancestry were ordered to U.S. camps in 1942
A man attempted to steal a case of expensive vodka from Merwin Liquors in Falcon Heights on Jan. 18. A clerk broke up the theft, though the thief hit the clerk in the head with a bottle as he got away.
The man who entered Merwin Liquors in Falcon Heights the evening of Jan. 18 grabbed a case of Grey Goose vodka and made for the door, an indication he didn’t plan on paying for it.
A man wielding a knife, seen at right in squad car dashboard camera footage, was arrested Jan. 28 outside Rosedale Center following a tense standoff with Roseville police. Moments earlier, the man was reportedly inside the mall threatening violence against supporters of President Donald Trump.
Department credits training for avoiding ‘tragic situation’
Roseville police arrested a man making broad threats and waving a knife at Rosedale Center Jan. 28, following a tense standoff that was witnessed by scores of shoppers.