New Brighton

Mon
13
Nov

Voters choose council newcomers over incumbent in New Brighton

ELECTION 2017


Incumbent mayor wins second term

 

New Brighton’s city council race was more heated than others in the area, but it’s not due to a tragedy or a single controversial issue. 

Mon
13
Nov

New Brighton’s full-service license bureau is here

New Brighton residents no longer have to venture outside the city to get a new driver’s licence, a driver’s licence renewal or to get an ID card. 

Mon
13
Nov

St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board unchanged after election

The St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board race was for three open seats. 

The race began with five candidates filing for the election — three of those five were incumbents. 

Mon
06
Nov

New Brighton drafts policy for police body cameras

In August, New Brighton’s public safety department sent out a survey to residents to gauge interest in the department implementing a police body-worn camera program in the city. 

Mon
23
Oct

New Brighton candidates largely agree on water safety, have varying views on budget

ELECTION 2017


Six candidates are running for two New Brighton City Council seats and one candidate is challenging incumbent Mayor Val Johnson.

Mon
23
Oct

St. Anthony-New Brighton School Board candidates name achievement gap, hiring new superintendent as top challenges

ELECTION 2017


Four candidates vy for three seats on board

Voters in the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District will soon have the chance to elect three people to the school board.

Mon
16
Oct

New Brighton council candidates talk it out at forum

For a race that nearly wasn’t, New Brighton’s city elections are fairly stacked. Six candidates are running for two city council seats and one candidate is challenging incumbent Mayor Val Johnson.

Mon
09
Oct

Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published October 9, 2017

Arden Hills

Don’t do this

Mon
02
Oct

Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published October 1, 2017

Arden Hills

Burglary/domestic assault

Tue
26
Sep

New Brighton submits $1.9 million offer to buy Korean church property


New Brighton has submitted a $1.9 million offer to purchase the property at 701 Eighth Ave. NW, the site of the Korean United Methodist Church, which is no longer in use. Once the sale goes through, the city said it will likely redevelopment the land for residential purposes, though it has not yet made a final decision. Jesse Poole

New Brighton is aiming to make an investment by acquiring a plot of land just blocks from City Hall and its public safety facility. 

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