Roseville-Little Canada Review

Tue
09
Apr

Cops, street racers, gear up for another north suburban summer


Mike Munzenrider Highway 280 through Lauderdale is a popular throughway for Twin Cities street racing. As spring becomes summer, local law enforcement is working to deter racing on public roads, both from nuisance and public safety standpoints.

Friday night into Saturday, March 30, might have been the unofficial start of street racing in the north suburbs.

Tue
09
Apr

Law enforcement aims to strengthen survivor support in sex crime cases


Matt Hudson Ramsey County Attorney John Choi announced a reformed sexual assault response plan on April 4 at the Richard H. Rowan Public Safety Training Center in St. Paul. He was joined by area law enforcement officials and victim advocate professionals.

Criminal justice officials from across Ramsey County gathered in St. Paul on April 4 to announce new policies for dealing with sex crimes.

Tue
09
Apr

Arden Hills, Ramsey County move further apart in TCAAP dispute


file photo Development of the 427-acre area in Arden Hills, dubbed the Rice Creek Commons, could start this year.

Ramsey County will pursue legal action to move forward with a major development in Arden Hills, though without the north metro suburb’s input.

Tue
09
Apr

Spring preening

courtesy of Mark Connolly

With spring in effect, Roseville photographer Mark Connolly headed to check the bald eagle nest on Keller Lake April 2 for activity, finding a perhaps winter-weary raptor perched nearby.

Tue
09
Apr

County declines to charge former Falcon Heights fire chief

The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office on April 4 declined to press charges against a former Falcon Heights fire chief who’d been arrested two days prior for alleged threats.

Tue
09
Apr

Man charged with attempted murder for Roseville stabbings

A 23-year-old Minneapolis man was charged with premeditated attempted murder for allegedly stabbing multiple times his ex-wife and her friend at a Roseville motel on March 28.

Tue
09
Apr

Minnesota looking to expand on successful local strategy for fighting opioid crisis

Minnesota Department 

of Health

 

Tue
09
Apr

Library program will look at life after a diagnosis of dementia

One of the toughest problems for families after a diagnosis of dementia is to figure out how to live a full life — both for the person with the diagnosis and for family members.

Tue
09
Apr

Little Canada OKs fire station spending


Mike Munzenrider Some $270,000 worth of upgrades are planned this year for the Little Canada Fire Station in the 300 block of Little Canada Road.

The Little Canada Fire Department is remodeling its fire station.

Tue
09
Apr

Do Good Roseville hosts poverty simulation, taking experiential approach to empathy


Bridget Kranz photos During the March 30 poverty simulation hosted by Do Good Roseville at Roseville Area High School, participants learned about living with limited resources. Here, volunteer from Do Good Roseville staffed the pawnshop, where participants could sell possessions, represented by cards marked with different pieces of furniture or appliances.

Responding to an increasingly visible homeless community and talk of an affordable housing crisis, the nonprofit Do Good Roseville hosted its first poverty simulation for residents and elected officials. 

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