News

Tue
05
Feb

Arden Hills adds TCAAP planning fees

Arden Hills officials have set fees aimed to recover costs related to the development of the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant.

Tue
05
Feb

Olson hangs up 41-year career at New Brighton parks department

On Jan. 31, Jodelle Olson ended 41 years of working for New Brighton Parks and Recreation. To recognize her career, the city council named her as a city ambassador during its Jan. 22 council meeting.

Tue
05
Feb

Roseville PD asks city for more officers

Marks 2nd public safety staffing request of new year

 

Tue
05
Feb

St. Anthony Village night a hit with Knights hockey team


submitted photo The Irondale-St. Anthony Knights varsity and junior varsity hockey players from St. Anthony posed for a photo in their town’s throwback jerseys. From left on top are Evan Anderson, Ryan Ballott, Nathan Fagerlee and Nick DeWester. Bottom from left are Colin Long, Jake Evans and Johnny Ballott.

Jan. 24 marked St. Anthony Village night for the Irondale-St. Anthony Knights boys hockey team.

Tue
05
Feb

‘Normal Aging or Dementia?’ program at Roseville Library

Among the greatest fears of many older people is developing Alzheimer’s or a similar dementia disease.

Mon
04
Feb

SNAPSHOTS: How Cold is TOO cold?


courtesy Nathan Leonhardt

courtesy Nathan Leonhardt

Mon
04
Feb

Community asked to help create new Lake Phalen mural


file photo A mural will be installed at Lake Phalen this summer and the process is being lead by artist Liv Novotny, who helped with the Urban Roots Youth Council’s mural at Phoenix Market in Dayton’s Bluff last year.

A mural will be installed at Lake Phalen this summer and organizers are asking the community to help brainstorm ideas for it. 

Mon
04
Feb

SSP finalizing plans for Fifth Avenue South renovation


courtesy of City of South St. Paul South St. Paul plans to add bump outs to Fifth Avenue South as part of its $5.4 million renovation of the road. Bump outs help reduce parking illegally close to intersections and improve pedestrian safety.

The South St. Paul City Council voted Jan. 22 to unanimously move forward with the renovation of Fifth Avenue South, giving the City Engineering Department the green light to finalize plans. 

Mon
04
Feb

Trail to be constructed along Johnson Parkway


courtesy of the City of St. Paul As a part of the St. Paul Grand Round project, a two-mile trail will be constructed in 2020 along Johnson Parkway between Phalen Regional Park and Indian Mounds Regional Park, filling in missing pedestrian and bicycle connections.

As part of the St.

Mon
04
Feb

Short-term rental ordinance back before Inver Grove Heights council

The Inver Grove Heights City Council has been discussing how to regulate short-term rentals through services like Airbnb for some two years.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - News
Comment Here