Roseville-Little Canada Review

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20
Apr

April snow showers ...


... sometimes bring April flowers, as seen in Lillie News reporter Aundrea Kinney’s North St. Paul yard on April 14.
Thu
20
Apr

J. Arthur’s Coffee closing its doors to the public


Roseville’s J. Arthur’s Coffee will be closed to the public effective May 1. The shop, opened in 2008 by ACR Homes and opened to the public in 2011, will revert to its original purpose of serving as a gathering place for ACR staff and the people with disabilities supported by ACR.

Space will remain as private meeting place

 

A March 31 post on the J. Arthur’s Coffee shop Facebook page makes clear the message being conveyed is not an April Fools’ joke.

Thu
20
Apr

Pick a lane: Driving I-694 in Shoreview means choosing one lane for several miles


courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation This summer, a new lane will be added to eastbound I-694, between Lexington Avenue and I-35E, completing work to widen the highway that started last year.

Jesse Poole

news editor

 

Commuters will have to hang on for one more summer before Interstate 694 frees up completely between Arden Hills and Vadnais Heights. 

Thu
20
Apr

RAHS English teacher a finalist for MN Teacher of the Year


Charity Przepiora

 

For the second time in as many years, a Roseville educator is a finalist for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award.

Thu
20
Apr

English Street triple-homicide investigation continues

St. Paul Police were called to an apartment building in the 1600 block of English Street, an area east of Lake Phalen, at about 1 a.m. April 7, on reports of a shooting.

Wed
19
Apr

Roseville Review people - published April 9, 2017


Rep. Alice Hausman receives the Reuel Harman award at the Council of Parks and Trails annual dinner on April 5 from executive director Brett Feldman. Former U.S. Senator David Durenberger, a past recipient of the award, can be seen in the foreground.

The Parks and Trails Council of Minnesota has awarded the prestigious Reuel Harmon Award to Rep. Alice Hausman.

Thu
13
Apr

Spring water system flushing in Shoreview

Spring water system flushing in Shoreview

Thu
13
Apr

Roseville Review people - published April 11, 2017


Kendra Bergstedt

Kendra Bergstedt, a 2014 Roseville Area High School graduate who now attends the University of Minnesota, was one of four juniors in the College of Science and Engineering and College of Biological Sciences at the U of M Twin Citi

Thu
13
Apr

Roseville PD joins in ‘Lights On’ program

As announced by Roseville Police Chief Rick Mathwig in his March 31 newsletter, the Roseville Police Department is joining a program that can fix people’s busted brake and headlights free of charge.

Wed
12
Apr

Shoreview natives’ St. Paul brewery will be about the beer, and the space, too


Elliot Grosse, Karl Eicher and Dalton Buchta, who all grew up in the same Shoreview neighborhood, stand at the future bar in the future taproom of the brewery they’re opening in downtown St. Paul. Still undergoing renovations to create a “modern cafe” vibe, they say 12welve Eyes should be open by July.

Karl Eicher, Elliot Grosse and Dalton Buchta stand at the main entrance to 12welve Eyes, located in the basement of the historic Pioneer Endicott building on Robert and Fourth streets in downtown St. Paul.

In another world, “12welve Eyes” might have been the name of their high school band, but for three young men from Shoreview, sights weren’t set on making tunes in a garage, but beer in a basement. And that’s what they did ...

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