Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
06
Aug

Puppy rescued in Little Canada

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Review police reports Aug. 6, 2013

Tue
06
Aug

Three city commission vacancies filled in Roseville

The Roseville City Council filled three vacancies on three city commissions at its Monday, July 22 council meeting.
Full-length terms for all city commissions are for three years, however, three commissioners vacated their appointments before they expired for various reasons, Roseville Communications Specialist Carolyn Curti said.
Council members and the chairperson for each respective commission interviewed candidates individually at City Hall on Monday, July 15.

Tue
06
Aug

Communities gather for celebration, crime prevention

Roseville residents are rolling out the red carpet — literally — for this year’s annual Night to Unite.
Mary Edel-Joyce, along with three other Roseville residents, are preparing for their “red carpet” extravaganza with planning underway for food and attire.
“I think it’s great,” Edel-Joyce said. “It’s a way for people to meet. It’s a treat to see other people and visit.’’

Tue
06
Aug

Celebrate the march that changed America

Fifty years ago on Aug. 28, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a Baptist minister with a Ph.D. in theology, led a peaceful march from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial and gave his famous “I Have a Dream” speech calling for jobs and for justice for all people. At that celebration, Rosa Parks, Archbishop Patrick O’Boyle and Roy Wilkins were among the many speakers while singers Mahalia Jackson, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Marion Anderson and Peter, Paul and Mary entertained the monumental crowd of 200,000 to 300,000 people who came from all over the country.

Tue
30
Jul

Former Raider now coaching at Breck

Former Roseville Area High School hockey standout Ronda Curtin Engelhardt was recently named the head girls hockey coach at Breck High School.
Curtin Engelhardt helped lead Roseville to two state championships (1996, 1999) and was named Ms. Hockey in 1999. She was a four-time all-state selection and went on to play collegiately at the University of Minnesota.

Tue
30
Jul

Community program aims to slow traffic in Roseville


Linda E. Andersen/Review

Roseville police are taking a new route to decelerate drivers speeding through neighborhoods and are asking residents to partner with them.
The Roseville Police Department developed an initiative called Adopt a Neighborhood Speed Board Program that allows residents to actively engage with police to slow traffic through their neighborhoods by requesting a speed board and maintaining it for 14 days.

Tue
30
Jul

St. Anthony approves PD contracts with Lauderdale and Falcon Heights

The St. Anthony Village City Council unanimously approved contract agreements for police services with the cities of Lauderdale and Falcon Heights at its Tuesday, July 23 council meeting.
Both cities approved separate one-year, $617,000 contract agreements for police services in 2014.

Wed
24
Jul

Open house held for Highway 36 study in Oakdale


A crash occurred July 17 at the intersection of Highway 36 and Highway 120 just hours before the scheduled open house where the intersection’s safety issues would be discussed. (Alex Holmquist/Review)

Representatives from several state and local government agencies gathered Wednesday, July 17, at an open house to answer questions about possible State Highway 36 construction project designs at two busy intersections.
And the questions flowed — more than 100 residents and business owners came to the event armed with their opinions about redesigning the intersections at Highway 120 and Hadley Avenue. They are the only remaining signalized intersections on Highway 36 west of Interstate 694.

Tue
23
Jul

Former Raider Matthew has busy, productive week

Sam Matthew was on the course playing competitive golf a lot last week and he made sure it was time well spent. The Roseville Area High School alumnus played in both the state amateur and the state open and came away with a championship.
Matthew, a 2011 RAHS graduate, won the Minnesota Golf Association Amateur Championship held July 15-17 at Medina Golf and Country Club.
Matthew’s three-round score of 212 was one stroke better than runner-up Ben Welle, the 2012 Class AAA state high school co-champion from Moorhead.

Tue
23
Jul

Single-sort recycling coming to Roseville

Recycling in Roseville will be more convenient for residents starting in January when the city will move to single-sort recycling.
The city’s current contract with Eureka Recycling expires at the end of the year.
The Roseville City Council approved for city staff to request proposals for comprehensive recycling services to all residential, single-family households and multi-unit households in the city at a Monday, July 1 council meeting.

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