Roseville

Tue
16
Jan

Group exploring free bus loop linking housing sites with businesses in south Roseville.


courtesy of Newtrax • A proposed bus loop serving seniors and others in southern Roseville and Falcon Heights would link senior housing facilities with shopping and community centers. Free rides would be available Tuesdays midday. There are three community forums planned to discuss the proposal. The first is Saturday, Jan. 20, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Roseville Library.

A Roseville group is testing the waters to see if there is demand for a free bus service linking senior housing facilities — and possibly serving people with disabilities or low income — with area shopping spots and community centers. 

Tue
16
Jan

Roseville schools highlight local eats


courtesy of Roseville Area Schools • Roseville Area Schools’ once-monthly “Minnesota Thursday” lunch features food produced and grown within 300 miles of the city. It, along with another program, “Harvest of the Month,” features local, whole foods. Jan. 11’s Minnesota Thursday lunch included a beef hotdog made in Cannon Falls, a bun out of St. Cloud and coleslaw made from cabbage grown in Northfield, among other food.

Lunch programs tap food hub, small farms

 

The kids are eating more than all right.

Tue
16
Jan

On the water front

Saturday night moviegoers were turned away at the AMC Rosedale 14 on Jan. 6 after a pipe burst at the theaters that afternoon. A theater employee said there was inch-deep standing water in some parts of the building.

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

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.

Wed
20
Dec

SNAPSHOT: Kids code in Roseville schools

photos courtesy of Roseville Area Schools

Dec. 4-10, schools around the world celebrated the Hour of Code, which introduces students to the field of computer science. 

Wed
20
Dec

SNAPSHOT: Lighting the neighborhood

Mike Munzenrider • The trees that line the 2400 block of Albert Street in Roseville are once again wrapped in light, continuing a tradition started by a longtime block resident who passed away two years ago.

Wed
20
Dec

The ‘executive brain’ in teens


courtesy of Loren Swanson • Dr. David Walsh discussed executive function and what it means for managing one’s behavior at the Roseville Area Optimist Club’s Dec. 8 meeting.

Speaking to members and guests of the Roseville Area Optimist club on Dec. 8, psychologist and author Dr. David Walsh said executive function is the hottest topic in education today. 

Tue
12
Dec

Roseville previews interstate work, and how to cope with it

Following a construction season in which Roseville was free of major road projects, planning is already underway for the next big round of work, and how to deal with it.

Tue
12
Dec

Roseville police seek information about deliberate hit-and-run


Mike Munzenrider • Roseville police are seeking information about an apparently deliberate hit-and-run, which left a woman in critical condition, outside the Uber office in the 2000 block of Rice Street Nov. 6.

Woman critically injured. 

The Roseville Police Department is seeking information about an apparently deliberate hit-and-run that left a woman in critical condition a month ago.

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