Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

Tue
11
Jun

NEWSBRIEF: Traffic shifts and ramp closure on southbound Interstate 35W

Southbound traffic on Interstate 35W from County Road J to County Road H will now be shifted to the northbound lanes until November. The ramp from southbound I-35W onto County Road I will be closed for the same duration.

Tue
11
Jun

NEWSBRIEF: Mounds View baseball moves onto state

The Mounds View High School Mustangs baseball team won the Section 5AAAA championship on June 5, defeating Osseo 5-0. For the section tournament, the Mustangs outscored their opponents 30-1 in the four games they played.

Tue
11
Jun

NEWSBRIEF: Shoreview Community Foundation announces 2019 grant recipients

The Shoreview Community Foundation, a philanthropic organization whose mission is to harness individual and group donations in the service of community needs, announced its 2019 grant recipients on May 13. 

Wed
29
May

NEWSBRIEF: Ramsey County Board special election scheduled

The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners approved a special election schedule for the position of Ramsey County commissioner in District 1, setting the special general election date as Nov. 5.

Wed
29
May

NEWSBRIEF: Upgrades to Mounds View High School underway

Kraus-Anderson will soon begin construction at Mounds View High School in Arden Hills.

Wed
29
May

NEWSBRIEF; New Brighton wins grant to create mural at community center

The City of New Brighton has won a community arts grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council to paint a mural on the west wall of the New Brighton Community Center.

Wed
29
May

NEWSBRIEF: Mounds View begins 2020 budget preparations

The Mounds View City Council adopted a calendar for the city’s 2020 budget preparation at its May 13 meeting. 

Tue
21
May

NEWSBRIEF: Coexisting with wildlife in Roseville

Many love to see wild animals, but sometimes they can get too close for comfort. When that happens, residents often call the police.

Tue
21
May

NEWSBRIEF: Enrollment open for free youth grief camp

Experiencing the loss of a family member or close friend is difficult for anyone to endure, especially a child.

Tue
14
May

NEWSBRIEF: Funds are still available to help Minnesotans pay their heating bills

Heating systems throughout the state are still in use, and that means the energy costs to stay warm and safe continue. For Minnesotans struggling to pay their heating bills, help is available from the state’s Energy Assistance Program.

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