Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

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.

Thu
19
Jun

New equipment in place - photos

Howard Johnson Park in Roseville, named in honor of the first Roseville police officer killed in the line of duty, held a community build on June 7. Its completion date set for June 20.

Thu
19
Jun

Coyotes in Roseville

The Roseville Police Department is notifying residents that there have been coyote sightings in our City. While basically harmless to humans, coyotes are wild animals and caution should be employed in the case of a possible encounter.

Tue
10
Jun

Little Canada orders preliminary plans for quiet zones

With a secured funding source, municipal ally and a knowledgeable consultant, Little Canada is ready to roll into the creation and implementation of railroad quiet zones within city limits.

Tue
03
Jun

DNR conducts fish surveys in Lake Owasso and Snail Lake

Despite a fish kill late last fall, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said on May 28 that Lake Owasso carried a healthy fishery through the winter, though some species, such as muskellunge and largemouth bass, will take years to recove

Tue
27
May

Roseville Police issues crime alert following spike in thefts from automobiles

Following a springtime uptick in reports of thefts from automobiles, the Roseville Police Department has issued a crime alert, strongly encouraging residents to report any suspicious activity as soon as possible.
"Victims are indicating that they 'didn't want to bother the police' with a report of cars being rummaged through or other unusual activity at night," according to a statement from the department.

Tue
06
May

Roseville names next community development director

Roseville has chosen a new community development director following Patrick Trudgeon’s step into the city manager position in February.

Tue
06
May

Little Canada man crashes van into St. Paul restaurant

A Little Canada man has been charged with fleeing a police officer and five counts of criminal vehicular operation after he allegedly crashed his minivan into a restaurant in Lowertown St. Paul last week.
Just before midnight on Friday, May 2, a state patrol trooper received a radio call reporting an “erratic” motorist on U.S. Highway 61 who was speeding, crossing the center line and nearly crashed into a wall, according to the criminal complaint.

Tue
06
May

Judge approves Ramsey County bid for Vadnais Sports Center

Last week, Ramsey County secured its place in the “state of hockey” after a probate court judge allowed the county to purchase the Vadnais Sports Center, a complex that houses two ice arenas and seating for more than a thousand spectators, among other amenities.

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