March 2019

Tue
26
Mar

Arden Hills pushes back at Ramsey County over TCAAP


Matt Hudson A major road is planned to cut through the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition site near this southern entrance to the land. Just how development around the road will play out is unclear, as Ramsey County and Arden Hills, partners for the time being in the development, are at loggerheads.

Arden Hills and Ramsey County continue to exchange broadsides over the management of the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant development, known as Rice Creek Commons.

Tue
26
Mar

‘Slime Time’


Nick Wosika/St. Rose of Lima Catholic School Principal Sean Slaikeu and Fr. Marc Paveglio were “slimed” March 21 by Saint Rose of Lima Catholic School students to celebrate successful student-led fundraising.

In the gym at Saint Rose of Lima Catholic School, students cheered as a lone preschooler toddled up a stepladder and unloaded a cup of slime onto Fr. Marc Paveglio’s head.  

Tue
26
Mar

Falcon Heights headed for new mayor


Randy Gustafson

Appoint or not to appoint new member, still a question

Falcon Heights City Council member Randy Gustafson is set to resign from his seat and then be appointed as mayor on March 27.

Tue
26
Mar

Cell tower causes stir in Bucher Park


Matt Hudson Residents expressed concerns over a zoning change made March 18 by the Shoreview City Council that would allow for a taller cell phone tower in Bucher Park.

A zoning change approved March 18 by the Shoreview City Council allows for the installation of a 75-foot cell phone tower in Bucher Park.

Tue
26
Mar

North Oaks ups tobacco purchase age

Another north suburban community has increased the age at which people can buy tobacco products, joining the area cities that have already done so.

Tue
26
Mar

Featured Artist Program taking Residence at Roseville Library


courtesy of Arts Roseville Collage by Diana Eicher, director of the printmaking and paper-making studios at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Eicher will appear at the Roseville Library April 6 in the first installment of Arts Roseville’s 2019 Featured Artist Program.

Arts Roseville is set to present the second year of its Featured Artist Program with the Roseville Library beginning next month.

Tue
26
Mar

NEWSBRIEF: Food shelf launches March campaign

The Ralph Reeder Food Shelf in Mounds View is taking donations for a March food drive that a Twin Cities organization will match.

Tue
26
Mar

Walz wants to see your potholes

Gov. Tim Walz is asking for photos of the more egregious potholes in Minnesota as part of his spotlight on infrastructure.

Tue
26
Mar

New Brighton doc named ‘Rising Star

An OB-GYN at Fairview Clinics in New Brighton is among the “Rising Stars” named by Mpls. St. Paul Magazine.

Tue
26
Mar

Roseville seeking advisory commission applications

The Roseville City Council is seeking applicants for vacancies on the Finance Commission and the Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission. The commissions serve as voluntary advisory boards to the city council.

 

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