Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
15
Sep

Ramsey County looks to ban indoor vaping

Ordinance would include e-cigarettes with Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act

At the recent Ramsey County Board public hearing on an ordinance that would ban the indoor use of e-cigarettes in the county where smoking is already prohibited, speakers were 8-0 in favor of the ban.
The Sept. 8 board meeting was the second reading of the draft ordinance that would group e-cigarettes, the use of which is commonly called vaping, with other smoked tobacco products that are regulated under the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act.

Wed
09
Sep

New Brighton family sleeping soundly after contest win

Ryan Supina, who suffers from a chromosomal syndrome known as dup15q, is the new owner of a special bed all thanks to his mom winning a contest. (photo courtesy of Katie Supina)
Ryan Supina, who suffers from a chromosomal syndrome known as dup15q, is the new owner of a special bed all thanks to his mom winning a contest. (photo courtesy of Katie Supina)

Katie Supina and her family are sleeping a little bit easier, all thanks to a new bed.

Tue
08
Sep

Roseville-Little Canada Review area people - published 9-8-15

Andrea Hamre from Roseville, Minnesota, a doctoral student in the Planning, Governance and Globalization program at Virginia Tech was awarded 2015 Eisenhower Fellowship.

Tue
08
Sep

Roseville 2016 budget process underway

Over the next several months, the Roseville City Council will hold several meetings to listen to the community, set priorities, review strategies and set the 2016 budget.

Tue
08
Sep

Recycling pickup change in Lauderdale

Beginning Monday,  Sept. 14, Eureka Recycling will pick up recycling from the same location as residents’ trash. If your trash is normally collected from the alley, now your recycling will be as well.

Tue
08
Sep

September Ramsey County Library Board meeting

The Ramsey County Library Board is meeting Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 6:30 at the Ramsey County Library in New Brighton. All meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.

Tue
08
Sep

Mother-daughter duo helms bakery/cafe

The mother/daughter partners behind The Grateful Table, Mary and Christine Robideaux. Mary works behind the scenes while Christine is the front of the house manager. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
The mother/daughter partners behind The Grateful Table, Mary and Christine Robideaux. Mary works behind the scenes while Christine is the front of the house manager. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

The Grateful Table goes with the flow in Roseville
Just more than a month and a half after opening their bakery and cafe, The Grateful Table in Roseville, Christine and Mary Robideaux say they are taking cues from the neighborhood on what to do next.
Christine says people want their chocolates and desserts on rainy days, so they plan accordingly. It's tough to find a good boxed lunch in the area, she says, so they started selling them.

Tue
08
Sep

Schuler Shoes - now open, again

Schuler Shoes moved from its long time Har Mar Mall location where it first opened in 1998, and is now located north of Har Mar Mall on County Road B near Target. The new location opened Aug. 20. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Tue
08
Sep

Grants available for water quality improvement projects

A rain garden, like the one seen here in Little Canada, is filled with plants that help filter out pollutants from runoff water. Homeowners with their sights on water quality improvement projects on their property can have up to 75 percent of the project paid for by a Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District grant. (courtesy of RWMWD)
A rain garden, like the one seen here in Little Canada, is filled with plants that help filter out pollutants from runoff water. Homeowners with their sights on water quality improvement projects on their property can have up to 75 percent of the project paid for by a Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District grant. (courtesy of RWMWD)

Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District is offering grant money for projects designed to help improve water quality.

Tue
08
Sep

First round of Rosedale expansion plans pass planning commission

The planned 141,000 square-foot retail expansion is shown in red. The parking deck addition would be to its left, with links to the new retail space and JCPenney. (source map courtesy of City of Roseville)
The planned 141,000 square-foot retail expansion is shown in red. The parking deck addition would be to its left, with links to the new retail space and JCPenney. (source map courtesy of City of Roseville)

The Roseville Planning Commission voted to recommend that the city council approve initial plans for the expansion of Rosedale Center.

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