Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
16
Oct

Medicare changes for 2019

People with Medicare plans are advised to check every year to see if prices and coverage changes mean they could make a better choice. But it is particularly confusing for many trying to make a choice for 2019.

Tue
16
Oct

Boys and girls soccer section tournament roundup

Section tournaments got underway the second week of October for both boys and girls high school soccer. Teams from across the state battled for a spot in the state tournament.

Mon
15
Oct

Home constructed in Maplewood for homeless women veterans

“You use phrases like ‘You should thank a veteran,’ or maybe, ‘Support the troops’ and ‘We’re a veteran-friendly organization,’ and those are great phrases, and as a veteran myself, I really feel good about hearing things like that,” said Jon Lova

Mon
15
Oct

Roseville candidates paint cheerful portrait of city at forum

The state of Roseville is pretty good — that’s the impression one had walking out of the Oct. 4 candidate forum at City Hall as told by the city’s council and mayoral candidates.

Mon
15
Oct

41A and 41B candidates answer audience questions at forum

With a little over a month left before the general election, candidates for both the Minnesota House districts 41A and 41B seats met for a League of Women Voters forum at New Brighton City Hall Oct 1. 

Mon
15
Oct

County commission candidates talk transit, housing, development

Falcon Heights residents are being given the opportunity this Election Day, Nov. 6, to choose their representation on the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners.

Mon
15
Oct

New habitat at Keller Creek welcomes wildlife and recreation

4-year watershed project now complete

 

The Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District recently finished a four-year project, restoring the shorelines of Keller Creek.

Mon
15
Oct

County attorney reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

New evidence turned over after case was closed in January

Mon
15
Oct

New Brighton transitions back to its own water

After the Minnesota Department of Health notified New Brighton in 2016 of finding a pollutant called dioxane in its well water, the city had been getting water from Minneapolis ever since.

Mon
15
Oct

Goats graze weeds at St. Anthony church

Nativity Lutheran Church is using goats to graze away invasive species on hard-to-manage hills on its grounds. 

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