Roseville

Mon
01
Oct

Photographer and filmmaker tells ‘A Roseville Story’


Bob Murphy in his Roseville home studio. photo courtesy of Bob Murphy

How does a place influence the person?

For mixed media artist Bob Murphy, a lifelong Roseville resident save for a stint in the U.S. Army, the question of location affects an individual’s entire outlook.

Tue
04
Sep

Program offers tips for dementia caregivers planning trips, holidays


Some of the documents included in the Memory Minder Travel Kit. Copies will be available free at the Sept. 13 Dementia Caring & Coping program at the Roseville Library. The kit was developed by the Roseville Alzheimer's and Dementia Community Action Team and also will be available online and at the library. submitted photo

When caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease, even normal family holidays or birthday gatherings can be difficult.

Fri
31
Aug

Roseville sex offender meeting called off

A week and a day after the Roseville Police Department announced an Aug. 23 community meeting to discuss a level-3 sex offender moving into the city, the meeting was canceled. 

Tue
21
Aug

New boss in St. Anthony-New Brighton School District


submitted photo • New St. Anthony-New Brighton Schools Superintendent Dr. Renee Corneille, who started in the position July 1, spent time recently with 2-, 3- and 4-year-olds attending a soccer camp at Central Park in St. Anthony.

Concluding nearly 40 years in education, St. Anthony-New Brighton Schools Superintendent Robert Laney retired June 30.

On July 1, Dr. Renee Corneille became the new superintendent. 

Tue
21
Aug

Reported crimes on the rise in Roseville since 2010


courtesy of City of Roseville • A breakdown of Part 1 crimes as reported in Roseville from 2010 to June of 2018. As noted by Police Chief Rick Mathwig at the Aug. 13 Roseville City Council meeting, the overall number of crimes reported in the city has increased since 2010. The crimes are categorized as “Part 1” for FBI crime data collection purposes.

The number of crimes reported in Roseville has steadily increased since 2010.

That’s according to Police Chief Rick Mathwig, who presented a report on crime trends during the Roseville City Council’s Aug. 13 meeting.

Mon
20
Aug

Roseville resident Bob King honored


submitted photo • Bob King, center, with the Division 7 Star Award.

Longtime Roseville resident Bob King, a 30-year member of the North Suburban Kiwanis Club of St. Paul, was honored as the recipient of the Division 7 Star Award at the Minnesota-Dakotas Kiwanis district convention held Aug.

Wed
15
Aug

Roseville council candidates are set


Dan Roe

There were no huge surprises in the Aug. 14 Roseville City Council primary, which set the slate of candidates for the November election.

Tue
14
Aug

Settlement hearing scheduled in lawsuit for Roseville police killing


John Birkeland

An Aug. 6 settlement conference order is the first filing of the year related to a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Roseville and three of its police officers.

Tue
07
Aug

A walk down a candied memory lane


Solomon Gustavo • Larry Erickson worked for Pearson’s Candy Company in St. Paul in the 1960s and 70s. The longtime Arden Hills resident took a July tour of the candy factory for a trip down memory lane.

Forty-year Arden Hills resident Larry Erickson spent a chunk of his professional life doing accounting work for Pearson’s Candy Company in St. Paul in the 1960s and 70s. 

Tue
07
Aug

Roseville City Council primary a week away

The Roseville City Council primary election is Tuesday, Aug. 14.

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