Roseville-Little Canada Review

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May

Man sentenced for brutal, head-on crash in Roseville


courtesy of Roseville Police Department • Michael Terry Flodine was sentenced April 26 to jail time for the Dec. 2, 2016, crash, in which he plowed head-on into the SUV driven by Steven Gernes on Fairview Avenue in Roseville, severely injuring Gernes.

Michael Terry Flodine

The man who drove the wrong way down Fairview Avenue at speeds faster than 100 miles per hour and head-on into an SUV in a December, 2016, crash that bewildered area residents has been convicted of criminal vehicular operation.

Tue
08
May

Senior-loaded St. Anthony baseball starts season 8-0

With 15 Seniors on the roster and nine returning senior starters, St. Anthony Village High School baseball team members were hoping to get off to a good start this spring, and they certainly have.

Tue
08
May

Roseville Library program will feature local services that help people stay longer in their homes

As Americans live longer than ever before, more older people — even many people with memory issues — are able to remain in their own homes much later in life than any previous generation.

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

Assistive Technology Fair at Roseville Library

Disability or impairment can strike people at any age. But sometimes life can be enriched by a rapidly expanding range of services, devices and technologies.

Tue
08
May

Bulletin Board: Roseville-Little Canada Review/Bulletin Area • May 6, 2018

St. Anthony Civic Orchestra dessert concert annual benefit

Tue
08
May

Little Canada makes ‘changes’ to pre-Election Day voting

Minnesotans have a wealth of ways to cast their vote and that shows up in how many of us partake in elections.

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
08
May

SNAPSHOT: Ice is out

Courtesy of Ramona Holmes • Possibly inspired by last week’s paper, New Brighton resident Ramona Holmes shot this photo April 28 of ice lingering on New Brighton’s Long Lake.

Mon
07
May

Being at home in Momma’s Kitchen


Marjorie Otto/Review • DeMarco Cavil, an East Sider turned professional chef, is returning to his childhood home to open a restaurant, Momma’s Kitchen, dedicated to his mother. The restaurant will have a soft opening on June 7 and will be located at 1058 Maryland Ave. E.

For DeMarco Cavil, coming home and opening a restaurant on the East Side is a dream come true. 

“It feels so great,” Cavil said of opening a restaurant in the neighborhood where he grew up.

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