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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.

 

Tue
23
Apr

County plans fewer lanes on Larpenteur to increase safety


Mike Munzenrider Ramsey County plans to convert a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue that borders Roseville from four lanes to three lanes in an effort to increase pedestrian safety.

The Roseville City Council was updated April 15 about planned safety improvements to a stretch of Larpenteur Avenue where two pedestrians were killed in a single crash earlier this year. 

Tue
23
Apr

New Brighton Planning Commission supports subsidies for elementary site redevelopment


courtesy of City of New Brighton The New Brighton Planning Commission recommended creating a tax increment finance district to help move along redevelopment of the former New Brighton Elementary School site, which would give tax breaks to the development.

Another benchmark has been passed on the way to redevelopment of the former New Brighton Elementary School site. 

Tue
23
Apr

Mounds View to finalize purchase of Skyline Motel site


Bridget Kranz Mounds View is finalizing its purchase of the Skyline Motel, which is situated just off of Interstate 35W directly across from the planned Rice Creek Commons development in Arden Hills.

The Mounds View Economic Development Authority is set to finalize the its $1.3 million purchase of the Skyline Motel property. 

Tue
23
Apr

Roseville PD continues focus on trafficking victims

The Roseville Police Department carried out a human trafficking detail at a local hotel April 9.

Tue
23
Apr

Roseville participating in National Drug Take-Back Day

Unused prescription pills can cause clutter and confusion, or worse, addiction, after falling into the wrong hands.

Tue
23
Apr

Here comes the sun


Photo courtesy of City of Roseville

The solar array atop Roseville City Hall that was installed this winter began feeding clean energy to the electrical grid on April 22, Earth Day. Solar panels also went up on top of the fire station.

Tue
23
Apr

North St. Paul parishioners form new business guild


Solomon Gustavo North St. Paul resident and former businessman Roger Vasko, who attends Church of St. Peter in North St. Paul, is the president of the new St. Joseph Business Guild. The association’s aim is to help Catholic businesses and families.

In the medieval age between the 5th and 15th centuries, Catholic craftspeople and merchants were part of a system of guilds.

Mon
22
Apr

Finding unexpected spring fun in Columbia


photos courtesy of Mary Lee Hagert/Review The South Carolina statehouse in downtown Columbia withstood the Union army cannon fire during the Civil War and still has visible damage from the bombardment by Sherman’s troops. Loblolly pines and cypress trees tower over the swamp boardwalk at Congaree National Park.

Late winter is definitely not a fun time in Minnesota. That was especially true this year when even the hardiest Paul Bunyan-types among us were crying for mercy. 

Mon
22
Apr

St. Paul Art Crawl includes new art spaces on Payne


courtesy of St. Paul Art Crawl The St. Paul Art Crawl takes place April 26 to 28 and will include a number of new art spaces that will be opening soon on Payne Avenue.

The St. Paul Art Crawl returns April 26 to 28, and this year will feature a number of new art spaces along Payne Avenue in addition to long-time participants.

 

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Thu
18
Apr

Ads show new mobile home neighborhood at former Lowry Grove site


Matt Hudson The land formerly known as Lowry Grove pictured on April 8. Developer Brad Hoyt is advertising a new mobile home park less than two years after closing down the former park and vacating those who lived there.

Less than two years after the residents of the Lowry Grove mobile home park were forced out to make way for apartments, the site is now being advertised as a new mobile home park.

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