November 2018

Tue
27
Nov

Rice and I-694 interchange project slated for spring


file photo Area elected officials have long sought to replace the outdated Rice Street bridge over Interstate 694. With state funding secured in 2017, work to rebuild the interchange is slated to begin in spring 2019.

Residents of the north suburbs got a break this year from major construction projects on the area’s biggest east/west corridors, though another one is coming up for 2019.

Tue
27
Nov

After 38 years, PJW Automotive closes up shop


Mike Munzenrider Pat Whalen, owner of the former PJW Automotive in New Brighton, which closed for good Oct. 31.

Though PJW Automotive had serviced its last car two weeks prior, the former New Brighton auto shop’s owner, Pat Whelan, was still there Nov. 14, breaking down the business he’d spent half his life building up.

Tue
27
Nov

SNAPSHOTS: ‘Tis the tree season


photos courtesy of Falcon Heights-Lauderdale Lions Club

The Roseville Area High School wrestling team helped the Falcon Heights-Lauderdale Lions Club unload 525 Christmas trees at Falcon Heights Community Park on Nov. 17.

Tue
27
Nov

NEWSBRIEF: Prevent thefts while shopping

The weeks after Thanksgiving are one of the busiest shopping times of the year. It’s also a time that thieves and pickpockets are on the lookout for distracted shoppers.

Tue
27
Nov

2018 early signing day: Area student-athletes sign letters of intent


submitted photos From left, Julia Fixsen, Rowan Morgan, Trevor Redmond and Angel Vo.

Lucas Ailport 

sports intern

 

Tue
27
Nov

Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published November 27, 2018

Lauderdale

Boosted car

Tue
27
Nov

NEWSBRIEF: Toys for Tots pre-registration for local families

For families in need with kids, baby to 18 years old, living in Washington, Chisago, Ramsey and Dakota counties only, register by Dec. 10 to receive gifts and stocking stuffers for kids up to age 18, as well as local resources.

Tue
27
Nov

NEWSBRIEF: Farewell to council member Tammy McGehee

Join friends and neighbors as the City of Roseville thanks council member Tammy McGehee for her service and wishes her a fond farewell.

Tue
27
Nov

NEWSBRIEF: Stop package thefts

The way we shop has changed. Instead of going to the store, the store comes to your home. Mail carriers and package delivery companies are dropping packages and gifts at our doors.

Tue
27
Nov

NEWSBRIEF: A good reason not to air-dry clothes in your basement

Hanging clothes on lines or racks in the basement, especially in the winter when the house is dry, might seem like a logical energy-saving approach. But caution is advised. 

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