Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
14
Aug

Settlement hearing scheduled in lawsuit for Roseville police killing


John Birkeland

An Aug. 6 settlement conference order is the first filing of the year related to a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Roseville and three of its police officers.

Tue
14
Aug

Mounds View is turning 60


file photo • Mounds View turns 60 years old this year and a celebration of the city’s six decades is Friday, Aug. 17 at City Hall.

This year marks the 60th since Mounds View was incorporated as a village in 1958. 

Mayor Carol Mueller said the city she heads is a wonderful place in which to work and play.

Mon
13
Aug

Artist tells Payne Avenue stories through portraits


courtesy of Stephan Kistler • Photographer Stephan Kistler spent much of early 2018 going up and down Payne Avenue taking portraits of business owners, residents and visitors, like the one seen above. His portraits and stories about the subjects will be on display at the East Side Arts Council office, 977 Payne Ave., starting in September.

During much of this last long and cold winter, St. Paul photographer Stephan Kistler spent time on Payne Avenue taking portraits of the people who live, work, and visit one of the East Side’s main streets.

Wed
08
Aug

North St. Paul Police assist in underage sex sting


photos courtesy of Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office / graphic courtesy Thomas Bonneville • Nearly 20 men, aged between 20 and 60 and from all over the metro area, were recently charged in Ramsey County for allegedly attempting to have sex with minors following a sting operation that brought the men to a North St. Paul apartment earlier this year.

Undercover investigations lead to charges against 19 men

Tue
07
Aug

A walk down a candied memory lane


Solomon Gustavo • Larry Erickson worked for Pearson’s Candy Company in St. Paul in the 1960s and 70s. The longtime Arden Hills resident took a July tour of the candy factory for a trip down memory lane.

Forty-year Arden Hills resident Larry Erickson spent a chunk of his professional life doing accounting work for Pearson’s Candy Company in St. Paul in the 1960s and 70s. 

Tue
07
Aug

Mobile home park residents bring worries to Little Canada council


Mike Munzenrider • Residents of the Terrace Heights manufactured housing park brought worries about the intentions of the park’s ownership to the Little Canada City Council July 25.

Residents of the Terrace Heights manufactured housing park brought concerns about the park’s management to the Little Canada City Council July 25.

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