May 2018

Tue
22
May

Bulletin Board: Roseville-Little Canada Review/Bulletin Area • May 20, 2018

Visiting musicians at Roseville Lutheran Church

Tue
22
May

Boards and Commissions Leadership Institute training

Move beyond having a seat at the table to having a vote in the decision-making process.

Tue
22
May

‘My Story, My Truth’ showings

In early January, 20 men and women of color sat down at CTV Studios in Roseville to speak about a time when they have been personally discriminated against and how that has shaped their lives — what they said became the film “My Story, My Truth.”

Tue
22
May

SNAPSHOT: Double eagle

Courtesy of Mark Connolly • Roseville photographer Mark Connolly was once more at Keller Lake on May 13 to make photos of its bald eagles, catching some double eagle action that day.

Mon
21
May

New Brighton release on lead found in city drinking water

Recent drinking water quality monitoring conducted by the City of New Brighton has found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some homes/buildings in New Brighton.

Mon
21
May

One-year-old boy hit and killed by car at Maplewood home

Was thought to have been inside house

 

A 1-year-old boy was accidentally struck and killed by a vehicle driven by a family member in a Maplewood neighborhood the night of May 20.

Mon
21
May

VOTING ENDS FRIDAY - South-West Area Readers' Choice 2018

Your selections MUST be located in or represent the communities of; 

Mon
21
May

West St. Paul residents call for change following allegations of sexism on city council


Hannah Burlingame/Review • It was standing-room-only in a full West St. Paul City Council chambers May 14 as woman after woman stepped up to the podium to speak out in support of Samantha Green and Mayor Jenny Halverson, who speakers said they thought were treated in a sexist way by others on the council.

The May 14 West St. Paul City Council meeting was filled to the brim, with people standing in doorways straining to hear what was being said, while a table inside the council chambers was stacked two feet high with feminine hygiene products.

Mon
21
May

East Yard tiny home project put on hold


file photo • The East Yard, a tiny home community that would have been located on an odd strip of land just south of the Payne-Phalen neighborhood at 627 Bush Ave., has been put on hold due to a variety of issues, including pollution remediation and site configuration, among other things.

Costs and configuration make it a challenge

 

After more than a year of studying and collecting feedback, work on a planned tiny home community, the East Yard, has stalled.

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