Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
14
Jan

Writer’s cramp in Falcon Heights

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Area police reports Jan. 14, 2014

Sat
11
Jan

Keep fire hydrants clear

Roseville has more than 1,700 fire hydrants. Keeping hydrants accessible year-round is challenging. That is why the City of Roseville is asking for your help.
When the snow stops falling and it is time to clear your driveways and walks, please take a few minutes and check on the nearby fire hydrants. Dig out a three foot area around the hydrant. Ask a neighbor to help or have several neighbors take turns keeping the hydrants clear of snow. This act of kindness could benefit the entire neighborhood.

Sat
11
Jan

Roseville Community Education expanding senior fitness plans

Older adults in the Roseville area now have more choices when it comes to staying fit and healthy.
Starting Jan. 1, Roseville Community Education will be partnering with two health plan fitness programs: SilverSneakers and Silver&Fit.

Sat
11
Jan

Over 50 and Fit

Fit a little exercise in your life and be fit for life. If you are over 50, Roseville Parks and Recreation invites you to join your friends for exercise that emphasizes flexibility, strength and stamina.

Sat
11
Jan

Ramsey County launches Veterans Court Track

Ramsey County has launched a Veterans Court Track program to help veterans charged with crimes who may be struggling with service-related issues.

Thu
09
Jan

Afton Alps celebrates 50 years


Afton Alps co-founder Paul Augustine blows snow from a snow gun on a slope at Afton in the mid-1960s. (submitted photo)

Following a change in ownership and months of renovations and new construction, Afton Alps is inviting the public to check out its improved resort and to celebrate 50 years of skiing.
The ski facility is no longer the rustic, mom-and-pop operation that attracted skiers for decades. The redesigned resort now features high-tech snowmaking machines, a new guest-services building, with a  stainless steel look, and improved terrain park.

Wed
08
Jan

What a difference a portrait makes


Kendra Stone, one of two high school seniors who take photos for their graduating peers for free as KP Photography, shows an image to a client, Gao Thor, during a shoot at Minnehaha Falls. (Photo by Phillipe Thao)

Two Mounds Park Academy students are sometimes compensated for taking senior photos for Twin Cities high-schoolers who can’t afford a professional photographer, but usually not with money.
“We’ve been paid in hugs, candy and donations,” said Kendra Stone, who lives in Lake Elmo.
That’s payment enough for the 18-year-old and Phillipe Thao of Hudson, Wis., who teamed up in May to take portraits of teens nearing graduation for free.

Tue
07
Jan

A year in Review - Roseville Review


The Oval in Roseville hosted the National Bike Polo Championships on Aug. 16 to 18 where teams gathered from all over the country to play this unique form of polo. (photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review)

The Review area had its fair share of ups and downs in 2013. Here are some of the stories that made headlines in the past year.

Tue
07
Jan

Man robbed, cut on Little Canada street

Arrests, Thefts and more around Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, and Roseville - Roseville Area police reports Jan. 7, 2014

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