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News for New Brighton, Mounds View, Shoreview, Arden Hills, St. Anthony and surrounding communities. 
New Brighton - Mounds View Bulletin, Shoreview - Arden Hills Bulletin & St. Anthony Bulletin.

 

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Oct

North St. Paul food shelf experiences a different kind of scarcity: volunteers

The North St. Paul Area Food Shelf, which is run entirely by volunteers, is in trouble. Daytime volunteers have become a scarcity, and unless new volunteers step up, the food shelf may close.

Mon
16
Oct

Signs, signs, Roseville’s getting new street signs

Roseville is currently replacing its street signs — 1,250 out the city’s 1,600 street-marking signs will be swapped out for new and brighter signage in the coming months.

Mon
16
Oct

Lowry Grove redevelopment proposal rejected by St. Anthony


A proposal to redevelop the property long known as Lowry Grove into many high-density apartment buildings was denied by St. Anthony Oct. 10. Residents expressed concerns about the plan’s density for the site that was once a mobile home park. submitted image

The St. Anthony City Council unanimously voted to reject a re-worked proposal for the redevelopment of the Lowry Grove property, despite the owner’s efforts to address concerns from residents.

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
16
Oct

SNAPSHOT: Fall from above


Matt Davies flew a drone Oct. 8 over Acorn Park in Roseville and caught one of the first trees to fully embrace autumn.

SNAPSHOT - because sometimes all you need is a great photo and a few words. (photo courtesy of Matt Davies)

Mon
16
Oct

Falcon Heights adds more permitting to deter student parking


Listening to resident feedback, the Falcon Heights City Council voted Oct. 11 to expand permit parking in the Falcon Woods neighborhood to include all of Moore Street. University of Minnesota students often park in the neighborhood, which is a short walk or bike ride from the St. Paul campus. courtesy of City of Falcon Heights

Just prior to the Falcon Heights City Council’s Oct. 11 approval of expanded permit parking in more, but not all of the Falcon Woods neighborhood, council member Pamela Harris made a prediction.

Fri
13
Oct

Man shot and killed by St. Paul police following domestic violence call

A man was shot and killed by St. Paul police officers Oct. 5 after officers responded to reports of shots fired and domestic violence in the 400 block of Earl Street in the East Side neighborhood of Dayton’s Bluff.

Mon
09
Oct

Roseville chief discusses police policy at town hall meeting


Roseville police Chief Rick Mathwig took questions from residents Oct. 2 at the Roseville Skating Center during a town hall-style Imagine Roseville community discussion. Mike Munzenrider/photo

Roseville police Chief Rick Mathwig answered questions from the public Oct. 2 at the Roseville Skating Center, discussing immigration issues, his department’s hiring policies and what’s changed since the police killing of Philando Castile.

Mon
09
Oct

Developer addresses density concerns at Lowry Grove redevelopment

New proposal has  100 fewer units.

Mon
09
Oct

Mounds View grants liquor license to movie theater


Though its signs haven’t changed yet, the former Carmike Wynnsong 15 in Mounds View is now owned by New Vision Theatres, a company based out of Westfield, New Jersey. Under its new name — Mounds View 15 — the theater will soon begin selling alcoholic drinks to moviegoers. Jesse Poole/photo

Mounds View has just one movie theater, and with its population of 13,000 residents, and a geographical area of approximately four square miles, Mayor Carol Mueller says “that makes sense.”

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