Falcon Heights

Tue
24
Apr

SNAPSHOT: Ringing in summer

Mike Munzenrider • Taking shape at the corner of Larpenteur and Cleveland avenues in Falcon Heights for the past two years, the new Bell Museum now has grand opening dates: July 13-15.

Tue
13
Mar

Gun scare in Falcon Heights ends peacefully


screenshot • Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputy Sam Loe responded to apartments at 1550 Larpenteur Ave. in Falcon Heights Feb. 23 on a weapons call, and eventually arrested a 14-year-old boy who’d been playing with a replica sniper rifle. The incident prompted community discussion about policing.

Continues community discussion of policing.

 

Tue
20
Feb

Falcon Heights resident wins first place in art show sponsored by the Benedictine Center in Maplewood


Lynnette Black

Lynnette Black, a resident of Falcon Heights for 36 years, won first place in a juried art show sponsored by the Benedictine Center in Maplewood.

Tue
13
Feb

Falcon Heights eyes upping the age to purchase tobacco products in city

Falcon Heights Mayor Peter Lindstrom said he wasn’t aware that cities could set the age at which people could buy tobacco products.

“Honest to God, I didn’t even know that was an option cities could do,” he said.

Wed
08
Nov

Falcon Heights voters elect two newcomers to the city council

ELECTION 2017


Just after 9 a.m. on Nov. 8, the day after Election Day, Falcon Heights City Council member-elect Melanie Leehy was just getting off the phone with her mother. 

Wed
08
Nov

Roseville area voters approve $144 million building bond for schools

ELECTION 2017


Incumbents, one newcomer, elected to Roseville school board

Voters in the Roseville Area School District resoundingly approved a $144 million building bond Nov. 7.

Mon
30
Oct

Falcon Heights makes it official with Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office

With a vote that was months in the making, the Falcon Heights City Council approved a policing contract with the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office Oct. 25.

Mon
23
Oct

Falcon Heights council candidates talk policing, what the city does next

ELECTION 2017


The past year and a half has been tumultuous and soul-searching for many in Falcon Heights, and this fall’s city council election could be an indicator of what residents want the city to do next.

Mon
16
Oct

Falcon Heights adds more permitting to deter student parking


Listening to resident feedback, the Falcon Heights City Council voted Oct. 11 to expand permit parking in the Falcon Woods neighborhood to include all of Moore Street. University of Minnesota students often park in the neighborhood, which is a short walk or bike ride from the St. Paul campus. courtesy of City of Falcon Heights

Just prior to the Falcon Heights City Council’s Oct. 11 approval of expanded permit parking in more, but not all of the Falcon Woods neighborhood, council member Pamela Harris made a prediction.

Mon
09
Oct

Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published October 9, 2017

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