Roseville-Little Canada Review

Mon
26
Aug

Minnesota Commerce Department warns against nationwide robocall scheme

Last year, the Star Tribune reported that Minnesotans receive an average of eight “machine-made” calls per month — that is about 44.888 million unwanted calls across the state.

Mon
26
Aug

In the battle against aquatic invasive species, key weapons include research, inspections & early detection


Angie Hong - Washington Conservation District

Last month, the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center announced nine new research projects scheduled to begin this summer. 

Thu
22
Aug

Police seeking information about attempted luring in Roseville


The man driving this car is suspected of attempting to lure a child into it the afternoon of Aug. 21 in the 1700 block of Eldridge Avenue in Roseville. Police seek any information residents might have about the vehicle or its driver. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)

UPDATE: According to Roseville police, the man was identified as someone who lives in the neighborhood who was legitimately checking on the child to see if he was ok.

Tue
20
Aug

SNAPSHOT: Slow ride

After getting rescheduled to accommodate freeway construction, New Brighton’s annual Stockyard Days parade went off without a hitch on Aug. 3.

Tue
20
Aug

Candidates set for county board special election

Frethem, Jessup cruise through primary

Mike Munzenrider
executive editor

Tue
20
Aug

St. Anthony ballot to feature familiar faces, but no Faust


Jerry Faust

Bridget Kranz
staff writer

Tue
20
Aug

Candidate filing closes, setting up local races

Candidate filing closed Aug. 13 for the handful of local elections taking place in the north suburbs this fall.

All three school boards covered by the Roseville Review and Bulletin newspapers will elect new members this November.

Tue
20
Aug

Roseville reviews proposed 2020 budget and levy

Mike Munzenrider
executive editor

The Roseville City Council took a look at the city’s proposed budget and property tax levy for 2020, which includes tax increases to cover more cops and firefighters.

Tue
20
Aug

Open ‘House’: Roseville institution is back in business


House of Wong, a Roseville institution dating back to 1958, reopened its doors Aug. 1. The Chinese-American restaurant closed in January and relocated a few doors down within Roseville Center, at the intersection of Larpenteur and Lexington avenues. (photo: Bridget Kranz)

Bridget Kranz
staff writer

Tue
20
Aug

As summer ends, construction season continues for Mounds View Public Schools


As part of a $25 million expansion at Irondale High School, the district is building a new 650-seat auditorium off the school’s south entrance. (graphic courtesy of Wold Architects/Mounds View Public School District)

Majority of work to be complete by fall 2020

Bridget Kranz
staff writer 

 

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