News

Mon
02
Mar

WSP updates 2001 Robert Street Renaissance Plan

A look at the evolution of Robert Street over the past nine decades. City planners are updating criteria for future private sector renovations in the Robert Street Renaissance Plan. (submitted photos)
A look at the evolution of Robert Street over the past nine decades. City planners are updating criteria for future private sector renovations in the Robert Street Renaissance Plan. (submitted photos)

As West St. Paul city staff finalize the long-deliberated Robert Street Improvement Project this year, they’ve decided the asphalt, boulevards and lighting in the historic thoroughfare aren’t the only things that need updating.

Thu
26
Feb

Community Engagement Commission seeks task force volunteers

The Roseville Community Engagement Commission is an advisory commission appointed by the city council to advise it on ways and means to encourage, facilitate and streamline the engagement of Roseville residents in their community.

Thu
26
Feb

Roseville Little Canada Review People - 2-24-15

Scott Herbst of Lauderdale and Victoria Housewright of Roseville recently received a scholarship from the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA) Foundation.

Thu
26
Feb

Roseville park shelters already a hit

Come spring, Roseville residents and park users will have plenty to look forward to at parks, as new shelters and upgrades are being completed even as the snow flies.

Manufactured changes

Thu
26
Feb

Harambee Elementary selected as Minnesota nominee for Green Ribbon School

Harambee Elementary School in Maplewood, part of the Roseville Area School District, is in the running to be named a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School.

Thu
26
Feb

Licensing information for potential foster care providers in Washington County

An informational meeting for those interested in foster care in Washington County will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, March 2, at the Washington County Government Center in Stillwater, in the Lower Level, Room 16.

Thu
26
Feb

County amends trail plans in Shoreview and Arden Hills

The proposed amendment to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Master Plan would connect the Rice Creek trail to the Highway 96 trail and create better interplay with the Rice Creek Commons development. (Graphic provided by Ramsey County)
The proposed amendment to the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Master Plan would connect the Rice Creek trail to the Highway 96 trail and create better interplay with the Rice Creek Commons development. (Graphic provided by Ramsey County)

Ramsey County Parks and Recreation has proposed two master plan amendments that would expand recreational trails in Shoreview and Arden Hills.

Thu
26
Feb

Shoreview declines purchase of county library location

Ramsey County and the city of Shoreview purchased two properties on Highway 96, where the construction of a new county library is planned. (Photo courtesy of Shoreview)
Ramsey County and the city of Shoreview purchased two properties on Highway 96, where the construction of a new county library is planned. (Photo courtesy of Shoreview)

Move helps clear way for new Ramsey County Library in city

Thu
26
Feb

Sen. Al Franken visits Tartan, praises STEM

U.S. Sen. Al Franken poses with Tartan seniors Barkot Berhanu, left, and Hannah Lee in the school’s student-run credit union Feb. 19. Lee and Berhanu told the senator what they had learned about finances through the school’s financial literacy program. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)
U.S. Sen. Al Franken poses with Tartan seniors Barkot Berhanu, left, and Hannah Lee in the school’s student-run credit union Feb. 19. Lee and Berhanu told the senator what they had learned about finances through the school’s financial literacy program. (Joshua Nielsen / Review)

“Are you rich now? Are you up to some kind of pyramid scheme?” U.S. Sen. Al Franken asked the two girls at Tartan High School’s student-run credit union branch.

Wed
25
Feb

Inver Grove Heights City Council postpones contentious Argenta Trail decision

Concerned Inver Grove Heights property owners sat through more than four hours of presentations, council deliberation and public testimony at the city council meeting Monday night. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Concerned Inver Grove Heights property owners sat through more than four hours of presentations, council deliberation and public testimony at the city council meeting Monday night. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

New alternative route holds promise of neighborhood-developer compromise

It was standing room only at the Monday, Feb. 23, Inver Grove Heights City Council meeting. Residents wearing bright yellow "Save Argenta Homes" and "Eminent Domain Abuse" buttons packed the Council chambers, anxiously awaiting a verdict on the fate of their neighborhood.

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