Motorists, plan ahead for the evening of the Rose Parade. Certain roads along the parade route will be closed on Monday, June 27 beginning at 5 p.m. and parade planners are encouraging motorists to take alternate routes to avoid congestion.
The Roseville City Council voted to purchase two parcels at the corner of Cleveland Avenue and County Road B with aims of making what council member Jason Etten called a “pocket park.” (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Public input to follow
The Roseville City Council voted to purchase two lots in the southwest of the city at Cleveland Avenue and County Road B June 13 with aims of creating a new city park.
Metro Transit A Line bus rapid transit service started on Snelling Avenue in Roseville June 11. Roseville Mayor Dan Roe and council member Lisa Laliberte, among others, took a ride on the A Line’s first trip. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review)
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Damien Alexander McVay
Man charged with identity theft in relation to 22 metro-wide thefts
Damien Alexander McVay, 26, has been charged with identity theft in Washington County in relation to 22 thefts he allegedly committed throughout the metro area between February and June this year.
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The rear end of an SUV is pitched into the air on Highway 36 June 11 as seen in footage from a Minnesota Department of Transportation traffic camera. Pavement buckled on the roadway due to the heat -- the roadway was fixed shortly after the buckle was reported. (courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation)
Soaring temperatures the evening of June 11 caused pavement on Highway 36 to buckle on the border of Maplewood and Little Canada at Edgerton Street.
Houses that abut railroad property near the crossing on Demont Avenue in Little Canada can expect relief from train whistle blasts beginning June 15, as the Demont crossing and seven others in the area become railroad quiet zones.
City officials in Little Canada and Shoreview have said it’s unlike anything they’ve experienced before.
Roseville Area High School 2016 graduate Sarah Conlon has been awarded a 4-year Naval ROTC scholarship to the University of Nebraska valued at up to $180,000, covering all tuition, fees and textbooks, along with an additional mont