Roseville

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25
Mar

Maplewood adopts vision plan for the Rice-Larpenteur area

The Rice-Larpenteur Gateway Area Vision Plan will be added to Maplewood’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan after a unanimous city council vote March 12. 

Tue
20
Mar

‘If we don’t stand up for ourselves, who will?’


Mike Munzenrider photos • Led by members of the group Students Against Gun Violence, Roseville Area High School students joined nationwide walkouts against gun violence March 14.

Roseville students join nationwide walkouts against gun violence.

Tue
20
Mar

Library program will help families sort out wills, advance directives and other legal documents

Feeling confused, overwhelmed — even guilty — when you see those TV ads offering to sell you a will, power of attorney, trust or other legal documents? Think you’re too young to worry?

Tue
20
Mar

Roseville council sees vision plan for Rice and Larpenteur area


graphic courtesy of City of Roseville • Though redevelopment in the Rice Street/Larpenteur Avenue corridor will ultimately be market-driven, the vision plan calls for completely updating and revitalizing the area.

The Roseville City Council got a look at a Rice Street/Larpenteur Avenue vision plan March 12 that could help guide the redevelopment of the intersection and the corridor in years to come.

Mon
12
Mar

Roseville ‘ninja’ gym features obstacles inspired by popular NBC show


Katie Lauer photos • Ian Marquez, Ellie Northrop, Nancy Trejo, Jaysen Sly, Mackenzie Flaharty, Ryan Wu and Tyler Palzer attended a Tuesday evening class at Five Star Ninja Warrior in Roseville. The gym, located at 2500 Cleveland Ave., offers a different kind of fitness with obstacles and endurance training.

Pulling, swinging, leaping, climbing — a new gym offers a different type of fitness in Roseville with its obstacle and endurance training.

Mon
12
Mar

North suburbs boast 6 semifinalists for Minnesota Teacher of the Year


Kari Elontara

Earlier this year, Education Minnesota, the state teachers’ union, announced a field of 167 candidates for its 2018 Teacher of the Year award.

Mon
12
Mar

Singer-songwriter library program to showcase how music connects with people who have dementia

Minnesota folk singer and troubadour Charlie McGuire has spent much of his life making music that connects people with their everyday lives, as well as their history.

Tue
27
Feb

As membership triples, Roseville Police Explorers Post seeks public’s support


Mike Munzenrider • Roseville Police Explorer Dawson Fischer conducts a simulated traffic stop during a recent Explorers meeting in a garage beneath the Roseville Police Department. The Explorer post’s membership has nearly tripled since last year, and the police department is seeking the public’s support for the program, which teaches young people about law enforcement, ahead of a state competition.

Post teaches young people about law enforcement during time of need.

All kinds of meetings are commonplace at Roseville City Hall, but few include simulated police traffic stops or controlled bomb scares.

Tue
27
Feb

New Marion Street park to bring more green play space for Roseville families


courtesy of City of Roseville • A new green-space park has been approved for 1716 Marion St. in southeast Roseville. With a public and privately funded $250,000 budget, the lot will include a wide open field, playground and a hill slide.

The Roseville City Council unanimously approved the master plan for a new park to be built in the southeast corner of the city. 

Tue
20
Feb

Plans and budget approved for ‘pocket park’ in southwest Roseville


courtesy of City of Roseville • The Roseville City Council approved plans and a $250,000 budget Feb. 12 for a “pocket park” located on just less than an acre of land at the southeast corner of Cleveland Avenue and County Road B.

The Roseville City Council unanimously approved plans and a budget for a “pocket park” in the southwest corner of the city, an area relatively empty of city-owned green space.

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