Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

Tue
22
Jul

A ‘towering’ job


Linda E. Andersen/Review

Get a good look while you still can—it might be the last time you see this Roseville tower for awhile! The 1.5 million-gallon water tower on Fairview Avenue is getting a fresh coat of exterior and interior paint this summer.

Tue
15
Jul

Gov. Dayton proclaims state-wide Roseville Community Band Days

For members of the Roseville Community Band, July 12 to 15 is more than just the dates of their bus tour--it’s now a period of time when the entire state will recognize their work over the last half-century.

Tue
15
Jul

Sidewalk coming soon


Linda E. Andersen/Review

County Road B2 and Victoria Avenue will soon be getting a neighborhood sidewalk, thanks to Roseville’s Parks and Recreation Renewal Program.

Thu
10
Jul

ISD 623 announces 2014-15 administrative staffing changes

Roseville Area Schools announced several administrative staffing changes at the elementary, middle and high school levels for the upcoming school year following its June 24 school board meeting.

Thu
03
Jul

Kellogg all school reunion

Frank B. Kellogg will be holding an all school reunion on July 26, at the John Rose Oval in Roseville. This reunion is for anyone who attended Kellogg during its operating years of 1965-1986, including faculty and staff.

Thu
03
Jul

Online tool for absentee voting

Voters no longer need an excuse to vote absentee, such as being ill or out of their precinct on Election Day. As a result, more voters can vote early by absentee to avoid long lines and waits at the polling place.

Thu
26
Jun

Metro Transit Green Line brings bus route changes

Bus service enhancements that strengthen connections to the METRO Green Line will go into effect when the new light-rail line opened.

Tue
24
Jun

Possible E. coli contamination closes Gervais Lake Beach

Gervais Lake Beach in Little Canada is closed until further notice due to possible E.

Tue
24
Jun

Roseville receives community survey results

About 98 percent of Roseville residents believe the quality of life in the city is “excellent” or “good,” putting Roseville in the top 25 percent of metro-area cities. Residents’ most serious concerns? High taxes and rising crime.

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