Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin News

Sun
29
Nov

Craving more nutritious options

A new video produced by Ramsey County Public Health highlights recent trends in supplying fresh food for county residents who need it most. (photo courtesy of Ramsey County Public Health)
A new video produced by Ramsey County Public Health highlights recent trends in supplying fresh food for county residents who need it most. (photo courtesy of Ramsey County Public Health)

Ramsey County video explores food shelves' move to fresh produce

Depicting the challenges and success stories of food shelves, shelters and the like, a new video produced by the Ramsey County Public Health Department highlights recent trends in supplying food for county residents who need it most.
Airing throughout the holiday season on Twin Cities Public Television, the video emphasizes a recent trend towards providing fresh produce and whole-grain foods for people using food shelves and pantries, and eating at shelters.

Wed
25
Nov

Next Ramsey County Library Board meeting is Dec. 16

The next meeting of the Ramsey County Library Board is Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 6:30 p.m., at the Ramsey County Library in Shoreview, 4570 North Victoria Street All meetings of the Library Board are open to the public.

Wed
25
Nov

The wheels are turning on County Road 96 bridge over Interstate 35W

The new County Road 96 bridge over Interstate 35W in New Brighton has opened, bringing vehicles to the opposite lanes for the span of the bridge. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)
The new County Road 96 bridge over Interstate 35W in New Brighton has opened, bringing vehicles to the opposite lanes for the span of the bridge. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

Drivers might be experiencing a smoother flow of traffic and simpler access to their destinations now that the new County Road 96 bridge over Interstate 35W in New Brighton has opened.

That's the county's hope, anyway.

Wed
25
Nov

Bernardy and Laine running for District 41 seat

Sen. Barb Goodwin
Sen. Barb Goodwin

State Sen. Goodwin will retire at end of her term

DFL candidates are already lining up well ahead of their party's April endorsing convention in state Senate District 41.
The races for the Senate seat and House Districts 41-A and 41-B got underway shortly after state Sen. Barb Goodwin of Columbia Heights announced Nov. 12 that she will not be running for re-election to retain her position in the Legislature next year.
The 66-year-old Goodwin, who has served in the Senate since 2010, and in the House before that from 2000 to 2006, said she plans to retire.

Wed
25
Nov

TCAAP property free of pollutants, ready for next steps

This rendering teases an idea of what the former TCAAP site might look like once redevelopment is complete. (submitted graphic)
This rendering teases an idea of what the former TCAAP site might look like once redevelopment is complete. (submitted graphic)

Environmental clean-up work has been completed at the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant in Arden Hills.

Tue
24
Nov

Remembering Al Reiter

Al Reiter (submitted photo)
Al Reiter (submitted photo)

My friend Al Reiter died Nov. 15. He was 83.

A long-time Roseville resident, Al was a good friend to hundreds of people in the Twin Cities running and biking communities.

Wed
18
Nov

Enjoying Fall weather

Silverwood Park in St. Anthony Village was full of folks enjoying the warm temperatures along the bike and walking paths on Nov. 15. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

Wed
18
Nov

Three Rivers Board will hold public hearing about 2016 budget

The Three Rivers Park District Board of Commissioners has scheduled a public hearing about the 2016 general fund budget and operating levy. The public hearing will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov.

Wed
18
Nov

Residents can expect a higher utility franchise fee

New Brighton City Council members approved a plan to change the Xcel franchise ordinance in a 4-1 vote at their meeting Nov. 10.

Wed
18
Nov

Possible upgrade to near-decade-old website

In 2007 the City of Mounds View paid only $3,500 for the creation of its city website — the one it still uses today. After the Nov. 9 City Council meeting, however, city staff were left with direction to research options for a new site.

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