Falcon Heights

Tue
03
Jul

The old and the new teach story of life at Bell Museum


Mike Munzenrider photo • A woolly mammoth and other ice age creatures are some of the newest additions to the new $79 million Bell Museum, located at the corner of Cleveland and Larpenteur avenues on the University of Minnesota St. Paul campus in Falcon Heights. Its grand opening is July 13-15.

The woolly mammoth towering over the corner of Larpenteur and Cleveland avenues will soon be a familiar sight as the new Bell Museum opens in Falcon Heights this month.

Tue
03
Jul

Falcon Heights awarded for task force work in wake of Castile shooting

Officials say there’s plenty more to be done

The League of Minnesota Cities announced June 21 that Falcon Heights was a winner of its 2018 City of Excellence Award.

Tue
03
Jul

‘Car shopping’ in Falcon Heights

In mid June, Falcon Heights saw multiple small sprees of people rifling through cars left unlocked overnight.

Tue
19
Jun

Falcon Heights to collect Xcel franchise fees

Though the Falcon Heights City Council was effectively voting on June 13 to increase city resident and business owners’ monthly energy bills, none turned out to voice opposition.

Tue
05
Jun

Falcon Heights remembers Philando Castile with Restoration and Unity days


Mike Munzenrider • A memorial to Philando Castile stands near the spot on Larpenteur Avenue in Falcon Heights where he was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in 2016. The Falcon Heights City Council passed a proclamation May 23 designating two July days in his memory.

Nearly two years after Philando Castile was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights, the Falcon Heights City Council voted unanimously to designate two July days in his memory.

Tue
15
May

Shoreview and Falcon Heights councils up the age to buy tobacco products

The Shoreview and Falcon Heights city councils both voted to raise the legal age for buying tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, to 21. 

The aim of the age change is to make it harder for teens to have access to tobacco products.

Tue
08
May

‘Why I run’ panel discussion a success


courtesy of Keely Vandre • From left, “Why I Run” panel event participants Clare Verbeten, deputy political director of the Walz-Flanagan gubernatorial campaign; Huda Yusuf, an inspired audience member, Melanie Leehy, who is serving her first term on the Falcon Heights City Council after her third time running; Lila Eltawely, who ran for House District 53A, moderator Marquita Stephens; and Alberder Gillespie, who also ran for District 53A.

Do Good Roseville, the Roseville Area League of Women Voters and Roseville Area Schools hosted the first-ever “Why I Run” panel event on April 24 at Roseville Area High School. 

Tue
08
May

New signs at Falcon Heights park detail its aviation past


Courtesy of City of Falcon Heights • Signage being installed at Curtiss Field just prior to the city’s Spring Together event on May 12 discusses the park’s history as a Minnesota aviation hub.

By the time the Falcon Heights Community Engagement Commission holds it’s Spring Together event at Curtiss Field on Saturday, May 12, new signage should also be up at the park detailing its aviation past.

Tue
24
Apr

SNAPSHOT: Ringing in summer

Mike Munzenrider • Taking shape at the corner of Larpenteur and Cleveland avenues in Falcon Heights for the past two years, the new Bell Museum now has grand opening dates: July 13-15.

Tue
13
Mar

Gun scare in Falcon Heights ends peacefully


screenshot • Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputy Sam Loe responded to apartments at 1550 Larpenteur Ave. in Falcon Heights Feb. 23 on a weapons call, and eventually arrested a 14-year-old boy who’d been playing with a replica sniper rifle. The incident prompted community discussion about policing.

Continues community discussion of policing.

 

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