Shoreview

Wed
25
May

Bulletin-area commencement ceremonies in chronological order

• CLT Twin Lakes — May 25, 6:30 p.m., New Brighton Family Service Center

400 10th St. N.W. in New Brighton

• CLT Shoreview — May 26, 6 p.m., Shoreview Community Center

4580 Victoria St. N. in Shoreview

Wed
25
May

NDSU student from Shoreview reflects on studies in Kenya


Brianna Bertsch of Shoreview studied abroad in Kenya with a group of 15 nursing students from North Dakota State University. Bertsch is in the middle row, second from the left. (submitted photo)

Shoreview native Brianna Bertsch has a lot to look forward to as a recent graduate from North Dakota State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing. 

Wed
25
May

Shoreview Garden Club’s annual sale

Kyung Park tends plants during the Shoreview Garden Club’s annual sale, which took place at the Shoreview Community Center May 21.

(Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

Tue
26
Apr

Little Canada and Shoreview brace for the sound of silence


Xcel Energy power connections are needed to finish quiet zone work at the Jerrold Avenue railroad crossing in Shoreview and another crossing in Little Canada. Houses sit fewer than 50 feet from the Jerrold crossing, where trains are still required to sound their whistles until the quiet zone is in place. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

Railroad quiet zones expected to be complete in June

Some two years after the Legislature set aside $2 million to create railroad quiet zones in Little Canada and Shoreview, the loud train whistles that disturbed so many residents may finally fall silent in June.

That’s according to a quiet zone news update posted to the Little Canada city website April 18, which said railroad construction necessary for the zones being carried out by Canadian Pacific Railway was nearly complete.

Wed
13
Apr

Republicans endorse Randy Jessup for House District 42A seat


Randy Jessup

Shoreview resident Randy Jessup has been endorsed by the Rebublican Party as its candidate for the Minnesota House District 42A seat.

Wed
06
Apr

Spring hydrant flushing in Shoreview

On Monday, April 18, Shoreview utility maintenance crews will begin the biannual hydrant flushing program around the city to clean sediment from water mains and ensure proper operation of hydrants and valves.

Wed
06
Apr

Traveling on I-694 in Shoreview will soon mean choosing one lane for several miles


Construction equipment sat ready for action over the weekend at the Lexington Avenue and I-694 intersection. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

Construction to last until November

Monday marked the start of a new round of road construction on Interstate 694, when crews began preliminary work on a project that will eventually add a third lane to the westbound segment that goes through Shoreview.

Specifically, the new lane will be added between Rice Street in Little Canada and Lexington Avenue in Arden Hills. 

According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, lane restrictions will be in effect between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. Monday through Friday so construction crews can work to widen the roadway in preparation to shift traffic in mid-June to new temporary lanes. 

Wed
23
Mar

Smoke inhalation kills family pet


Firefighters put down a blaze March 11 on Pinewood Drive in Shoreview that killed a family’s house cat — no other residents were injured. (courtesy of Lake Johanna Fire Department)

The Lake Johanna Fire Department responded to a house fire on Pinewood Drive in Shoreview Friday, March 11. 

Tue
22
Mar

Redevelopment will raze Rice Street strip mall


The Shoreview mall near Interstate 694 will make way for apartments and townhomes. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

Plans are in the works for a new development in Shoreview, off Interstate 694 on the northwest corner of Rice Street, and some residents and merchants are not happy about it.

Tue
15
Mar

End of the Rainbow: Shoreview finalizes Kowalski’s plans


Shoreview’s former Rainbow Foods location will become the area’s first Kowalski’s Market near the end of the year. The Shoreview City Council approved building plans and will pay for a turn lane off Highway 96 to make the grocery store more accessible. (Jesse Poole photos/Bulletin)

City will contribute $1.4 million in TIF to help move

The path is paved for Kowalki’s Market to settle in Shoreview after the city council finalized plans for the Woodbury-based grocery store chain to move into the former Rainbow Foods location at Highway 96 and Hodgson Road.

“We finalized the final plat, all of the development agreements and everything on Monday,” Mayor Sandy Martin said of the city’s moves at the March 7 city council meeting. 

Kowalki’s new location is the 1990s-era 68,000-square-foot building that was left empty when Rainbow’s parent company, Milwaukee-based Roundy’s Supermarkets, Inc., pulled out of the Twin Cities in July 2014. 

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