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Wed
10
Aug

Lowry Grove residents gain strong ally


A group of Lowry Grove residents gather together in support of keeping their homes.

State attorney general’s office picks side in legal fight

The battle continues for residents of the Lowry Grove manufactured housing community in St. Anthony, who want their homes to remain their homes.

Wed
10
Aug

FUN IN THE SUN


The Lake Elmo Park Reserve swim pond reopened Aug. 1 after a $1.4 million renovation. Aging infrastructure (liner, pipes, skimmers, inlets, outlets, and drain bottom) was replaced, the pond regraded to a maximum depth of 4-feet, and amenities and accessibility improved. Officials held a ribbon cutting, celebrating the jewel within a jewel that same Monday.
Wed
10
Aug

A night out with neighbors


North St. Paul Police Reserves Lauren Pack and Alysha Huberty shared time in the bounce inflatable with youngsters during National Night Out Aug. 1. The reserves had a list of events and try to get to as many as they can.
Tue
09
Aug

Roseville-area playwright takes the ‘good old days’ to task at Fringe


Kristine Holmgren
 

If you go ...

Tue
09
Aug

So far, riders flocking to A Line


The view from inside the A Line — its first month of service has been touted as a success, with daily ride counts up by a third.

Not quite two months after A Line bus rapid transit service began June 11 in Roseville and elsewhere, Metro Transit announced the BRT line has boosted service by one-third through its corridor.

Tue
09
Aug

Little Canada’s Veterans Memorial Park nears completion


Workers replaced stones in a wall Aug. 2 at Little Canada’s Veterans Memorial Park, located on Little Canada Road just east of Rice Street.

“Third time’s a charm,” said Rocky Waite Aug. 2 as he watched workers replace blocks in the back wall of Little Canada’s Veterans Memorial Park, work that had been done twice before.

Tue
09
Aug

Residents pack Roseville community center for discussion of police killing


Some 200 people packed a cafeteria at the Fairview Community Center in Roseville, roughly a mile from where Philando Castile was killed by a police officer in Falcon Heights, to discuss the shooting and other issues.

A day and three weeks after the police killing of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, the Roseville Area School District hosted a community conversation July 28 at Fairview Community Center.

Tue
09
Aug

Canadian Days 2016

Canadian Days celebrated its 40th anniversary this year, running July 29-31 in Little Canada, mostly in Spooner Park. All photos were shot July 30.

Tue
09
Aug

Cake and paint

Roseville’s Kristin Anderson had quite the 79th birthday on July 30.

Sun
07
Aug

Neighbors get together to celebrate Night to Unite


There wasn’t an age requirement to celebrate. Thomas, with the help of his mom Shannon Campbell, was able to enjoy the bouncy house at this West St. Paul party.

Aug. 2 was National Night Out or Night to Unite. Northern Dakota County cities got in the spirit and threw their own block parties. It was a night when neighbors throughout the state got to know one another and promote community safety.

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