Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
16
Oct

Shoreview candidates talk low taxes and Community Center expansion

In Shoreview, the ballot this November will have five candidates running for two council seats while the incumbent mayor is effectively running unopposed.

Tue
16
Oct

No charges again after county reopens case of deputy who fatally shot man

The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office announced Oct. 10 that it is closing its latest review of the deputy who fatally shot a man in Vadnais Heights in 2017, again determining the shooting to be justified. 

Tue
16
Oct

Arden Hills candidates talk Rice Creek Commons, attracting business, jobs

The ballot for Arden Hills this November will have three candidates running for two council seats, while the incumbent mayor is running unopposed. 

Tue
16
Oct

Mounds View incumbents talk Crossroads Pointe redevelopment and infrastructure

On the Mounds View ballot this November, two city council incumbents are running for re-election without any challengers, and the incumbent mayor is also running unopposed. 

Tue
16
Oct

Little Canada council candidates have eyes on development

This fall’s Little Canada City Council race is a fairly tidy affair.

Incumbent Mayor John Keis is once again running unopposed — he also lacked an opponent in 2014 — and there are three candidates vying for two city council seats.

Tue
16
Oct

SWAT called for midday Roseville burglary

Nobody inside home after standoff

Tue
16
Oct

Hmong Village vendors cited for unsafe and unbranded medications

Vendors at the Hmong Village shopping center, located at 1001 Johnson Parkway in St.

Tue
16
Oct

Students energized by new drumming class

5th- through 12th-graders encouraged to join

 

Those who come to the East Side Freedom Library in St. Paul after school on a Tuesday or Thursday may hear a little extra racket. 

Tue
16
Oct

Roseville council members accused of violating open meeting laws

Did three Roseville City Council members break state open meetings laws with a meet-and-greet event held at one of their homes last month? It depends on who you ask.

Tue
16
Oct

Medicare changes for 2019

People with Medicare plans are advised to check every year to see if prices and coverage changes mean they could make a better choice. But it is particularly confusing for many trying to make a choice for 2019.

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