Roseville-Little Canada Review

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19
Dec

New Brighton water plant back online


Matt Hudson Water Treatment Plant 1 in New Brighton went back online in November, signaling the final phase of an upgrade resulting from the 2015 discovery of contaminants linked to the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site in Arden Hills.

The city of New Brighton is off Minneapolis water and using its own supply again as upgrades to its main treatment plant were finished last month.

Wed
19
Dec

Irondale, Rotary Club join for Harvest Pack event


Matt Hudson Students at Irondale High School portioned and packed dry food into bags for delivery to those in need Dec. 11, as part of this year’s Harvest Pack event with the New Brighton-Mounds View Rotary Club.

Matt Hudson

staff writer

 

The dry food started in boxes stacked in the Irondale High School cafeteria.

Wed
19
Dec

Lauderdale takes control of Eustis and Roselawn


Mike Munzenrider With a Dec. 11 vote, Lauderdale took control of Eustis Street and Roselawn Avenue from Ramsey County, and plans to improve both roadways next summer.

The Lauderdale City Council voted its way to control of two major streets in the city and is in line to get some $850,000 for the trouble.

Wed
19
Dec

Roseville rep named to House leadership

District 42B Rep. Jamie Becker-Finn was elected by her Minnesota House colleagues to be an assistant majority leader, according to a Dec. 11 House release.

Wed
19
Dec

Ramsey County, 4 cities pass 2019 budgets

Four cities and Ramsey County will up their spending by 4 to 6 percent in the coming year, according to budgets passed in early December.

Wed
19
Dec

SNAPSHOT: Helping paws


submitted photo

 

Wed
19
Dec

Fake news and social media blues


Solomon Gustavo staff writer

A Tartan High School hoax is an argument for skepticism

 

Wed
19
Dec

Strategies to keep your brain healthy launches 2019 Dementia Caring & Coping series Jan. 10

For the fifth year, a series of dementia education programs will be offered in Roseville starting in January, providing information and strategies to help improve the quality of life for families living with Alzheimer’s and related diseases.  

Mon
17
Dec

SNAPSHOTS: Busy Elves


Marjorie Otto/Review

There was plenty of hustle and bustle at the Hazel Park Recreation Center Dec. 11 as kids shopped at “Santa’s workshop” for gifts for their parents. Kids, some equipped with lists, shopped with St. Paul Police officers, the St.

Mon
17
Dec

Shooting on Payne leaves 1 dead, another injured

 A shooting near the intersection of Payne and Jessamine avenues Dec. 9 left one person dead and another injured.

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