Gui Cavalcanti and Matt Oehrlein’s MegaBot is emblematic of how Oehrlein describes their company, MegaBots. The front-end is all about entertainment while the back is a high-end robotics company developing serious robotics. (courtesy of Matt Oehrlein)
When we last met our aspiring hero, Roseville Area High School grad and hopeful robot battle league magnate, Matt Oehrlein, he was sweating out the last days of a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign aimed at making MegaBots — the fighting league — a
City staff seeking volunteers for Natural Resources Renewal Aug. 15
Roseville's monthly Natural Resources Renewal program, which seeks to improve city parks, is back for August with a new angle.
Come Saturday, Aug. 15 from 10 a.m. to noon, volunteers of all ages can meet at Reservoir Woods, between Victoria and Dale streets south of County Road B, for an invasive plant scavenger hunt and brush stacking event.
The Roseville Fire Department held a control burn exercise on Aug. 1 at 311 County Road B. on a more than 150-year-old house. The house was set to be demolished to make way for six new homes. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Little Canada was so eager to rebuild Ramsey County-owned Centerville Road this year that the city was ready to cover the bill for the county until 2017, though as summer wanes, the project will have to wait until next year.
Twin Lakes Parkway at its current terminus, behind Wal-Mart at Prior Avenue. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Midway through the Twin Lakes Parkway open house at Roseville City Hall on July 30, more than a dozen residents and people who work in the Twin Lakes area had stopped through to learn about the project and voice their opinions as the project moves