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Tue
09
Jan

Outdoor painters capture Roseville parks – see it at City Hall


courtesy of Minnesota Outdoor Painters • From left, Doug Malin, Tom McGregor and Greg Lecker with their winning works.

Stay warm while catching a glimpse of Roseville’s parks inside Roseville City Hall.

Tue
09
Jan

SAVHS principal resigns, takes leave

The St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board approved the resignation of St. Anthony Village High School Principal Wayne Terry during its meeting Jan. 2. 

Tue
09
Jan

Little Canada woman charged for alleged New Year’s Day stabbing of husband


Denea Chiquita Griffo

A Little Canada woman was charged with first-degree assault-great bodily harm for an alleged New Year’s Day stabbing of her husband during an argument in which she accused him of being unfaithful.

Tue
09
Jan

Newly elected officials taking seats

This year’s Election Day is Nov. 6.

 

As 2018 lurches away from its frozen starting line, newly elected and incumbent city council and school board members are taking their seats.

Tue
09
Jan

Nonprofit brings bikes to Jamaica

St. Anthony resident has delivered some 400 bikes, and counting.

 

One night in 2014, Jon Liesenfeld was at his friends house in Jamaica for dinner.

Tue
09
Jan

Officials to talk about new tech helping people with autism, dementia stay safe.

For families concerned about the safety of relatives with autism, dementia or other “invisible” disabilities, the Roseville fire and police departments have technology and programs that can help avoid disasters.

Mon
08
Jan

CLUES awarded $100,000 grant


courtesy of CLUES • A rendering of Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio’s planned headquarters expansion, facing west, shows what the roughly 18,000 square-foot expansion will look like along East Seventh Street in Dayton’s Bluff. The project is being helped by a $100,000 grant from the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee Legacy Fund, which has been giving out grants across the state to support projects focused on healthy living in the year leading up to the Super Bowl.

Will be used for upcoming expansion.

Mon
08
Jan

What $117 million looks like


courtesy of ISD 197 • West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan ISD 197 is asking residents to vote to approve a $117 building bond on May 8. If it’s approved, all eight of the district’s school buildings will be improved, including Henry Sibley High School.

ISD 197 sets bond referendum for May.

 

Mon
08
Jan

Standoff with armed man ends peacefully

Police responded around 4:30 p.m. Jan. 2 on a call involving an armed 38-year-old St. Paul man experiencing a mental health crisis.

Mon
08
Jan

Dayton’s Bluff Community Council executive director resigns

Resignation follows tumultuous board meeting and financial woes.

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