Roseville

Tue
08
Jul

Roseville creates staff position to expand municipal volunteering


Kelly O’Brien

Kelly O’Brien envisions broad city support for volunteerism
Roseville has begun ramping up its efforts to tap into a new resource: volunteers. New hire Kelly O’Brien is spearheading the cause in the city’s newly created volunteer coordinator position.

Tue
08
Jul

Suspect turns himself in following extensive RVPD, SWAT search


Several Roseville police vehicles, an ambulance and the East Metro SWAT team were on the scene near the Residence Inn as officers searched the area for an at-large suspect June 27. The suspect, 20-year-old Khari Adams of St. Paul, turned himself in later that evening.

Khari Samuel Adams

Around 11:30 a.m. on Friday, June 27, the Roseville Police Department responded to reports of an armed at-large domestic assault suspect who had possibly entered a nearby business. After half a day’s worth of searching for the “armed and dangerous” man, the suspect turned himself in at the St. Paul Police Department.

Tue
08
Jul

Bill Blesener chooses not to pursue re-election

Longtime Little Canada mayor’s term expires in December
When Bill Blesener ran for mayor in 2004, he thought he’d have a short-lived run as the city’s leader.

Tue
01
Jul

Roseville fire station brings faster response time, new programs


Camille Huntley, 7, got a chance to use the fire hose with Roseville firefighter Adam Sabotta at her side during “Fridays with Firefighters” June 20. The Roseville Fire Department will hold the kid-friendly open house event at the new Lexington Avenue station every Friday through Labor Day. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Firefighters responding to a house fire on Sherren Street June 17 arrived within two minutes of receiving a call alerting them to the fire. (submitted photos)

Joe Huntley got the feel of real fire truck while at the Roseville Fire Station during “Fridays with Firefighters” June 20. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

For homeowners like Deb Mosby and Ted Tessier, Roseville’s new fire station at 2701 Lexington Ave. N.

Tue
24
Jun

It’s that time of year again - Rosefest 2014


This year’s Rosefest celebration takes place June 26 to 30 and July 4. Above, last year’s Rose Parade included appearances by VFW Post 7555 as well as some amazing superheros and whimsical clowns. Be sure to get there early - the parade starts at 6:15 p.m. on Monday, June 30. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

There won’t be any shortage of live entertainment during Rosefest this year – a host of concerts and performances will be held at the Frank Rog Ampitheatre. Enjoy live music from Minnesota Sinfonia, performances of “Fiddler on the Roof” presented by Calvary Church and featuring many local Roseville residents, children’s music, and a great line-up before fireworks in Central Park for the Fourth of July. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Variety of events promises a memorable experience
Rosefest is back in a six-day format and ends with a bang, quite literally.
Roseville’s annual summer festival, this year held June 26 to 30 and July 4, features many traditional favorites with some new additions.

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.

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.

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