June 2019

Tue
25
Jun

Falcon Heights holds second Restoration Day

Falcon Heights’ second annual Restoration Day is Saturday, July 6, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Falcon Heights City Hall, 2077 Larpenteur Ave. Cultivating a Caring Community speakers will discuss healing and understanding.

Tue
25
Jun

Holocaust speaker goes to Little Canada

“The Holocaust and the Dangers of Hate” is the presentation topic at the Morning Talks monthly speaker series Wednesday, July 10, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., at Cardigan Ridge Senior Living.

Tue
25
Jun

Bulletin Board: Roseville-Little Canada Review/Bulletin Area • June 25th, 2019

Alexander Ramsey Class of ‘74 reunion

Tue
25
Jun

Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published June 25, 2019

Arden Hills

Actual malice

Tue
25
Jun

In season


The New Brighton Farmers Market opened on June 19 in its new location at the New Brighton Community Center, 400 10th St. NW. Residents can catch the market every Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. Parking is available in the community center’s lower lot and a wooded footbridge leads visitors up to the market for food trucks, produce, crafts and more. (Bridget Kranz photos)
Tue
25
Jun

NEWSBRIEF: I-694 closed June 28-July 1


Work that began this spring to rebuild the the Rice Street/Interstate 694 interchange will close a stretch of the interstate June 28 to July 1. (submitted photo)

Interstate 694 is scheduled to be closed June 28 to July 1 between Snelling Avenue and Rice Street for work on the I-694/Rice Street interchange reconstruction project.

Tue
25
Jun

NEWSBRIEF: Free meals for youth in Roseville

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is working to ensure that kids do not go hungry over the summer months.

Mon
24
Jun

Summer is here!

Photos courtesy of Therese Scherbel, St. Paul Public Library

Mon
24
Jun

Community takes on study of McKnight Road


As a result of a crash that killed a pedestrian on McKnight Road earlier this year, the District 1 Community Council is working with the University of Minnesota’s Center for Urban and Regional Affairs this summer to collect data on non-vehicle users of the busy street. Ramsey County is planning to convert much of McKnight from four lanes to three lanes over the next two years to increase its safety. (file photo)

County planning for lane conversion

 

Mon
24
Jun

A wheel good time

Hannah Burlingame photos/Review

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