Roseville-Little Canada Review

Wed
16
Jan

Roseville PD recognizes officer and citizens


Mike Munzenrider Officer Mitch Christensen, at right, with Roseville Police Chief Rick Mathwig, received the Eric Christensen Leadership Award, named after his late father, during a Jan. 10 awards ceremony at City Hall.

The Roseville Police Department held its annual awards ceremony at City Hall on Jan. 10, and it was during the presentation of the final award of the afternoon when Chief Rick Mathwig became choked up.

Wed
16
Jan

New Brighton man dies in rollover crash

A crash on Jan. 6 killed a New Brighton man and injured a passenger, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

Matthew Allan Albertson, 34, died in the rollover crash on Sixth Street Northwest in New Brighton.

Wed
16
Jan

Little Canada OKs new breathing apparatus for fire department

The Little Canada Fire Department is getting a new self-contained breathing apparatus.

The purchase of the equipment was approved Jan. 9 during the Little Canada City Council’s first meeting of the year.

Wed
16
Jan

Roseville approves church permits for sheltering homeless

In the coming months, two Roseville churches will continue to be able to provide temporary, overnight shelter to people and families experiencing homelessness.

Wed
16
Jan

SNAPSHOT: Ice’s in


Matt Hudson

Shoreview opened its six outdoor skating rinks and warming huts on Jan. 8. A weather and info hotline was set up at 651-4765 for the latest conditions.

Wed
16
Jan

Just a taste of school shooting fear was too much for me


Solomon Gustavo staff writer

North High School was put on lockdown Jan. 10, following a tip, and then a cyber threat about students with handguns — see the story on page 6.

Mon
14
Jan

Investigation continues into deadly Inver Grove Heights hit and run


courtesy Inver Grove Heights Police Department Haimanot Gebremedhin, 55 of Inver Grove Heights, was killed in a hit-and-run crash the evening of Jan. 5 on 80th Street East. Family described her as having been a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. The driver who allegedly hit Gebremedhin turned herself into police the next day and has not been charged with a crime.

While no charges have been filed, the investigation continues into a Jan. 5 hit-and-run that killed a 55-year-old Inver Grove Heights woman.

Wed
09
Jan

The Review area’s 2018 #MeToo summer


Solomon Gustavo staff writer

The #MeToo hashtag has become a catch-all for shining a light on male sexual predators who have preyed on women with impunity. 

Tue
08
Jan

2 pedestrians killed by driver while crossing Larpenteur Avenue

A man and a woman, both from Roseville, were killed the evening of Jan. 3 after they were hit by a man in a truck while crossing Larpenteur Avenue in Roseville.

Tue
08
Jan

2019 bringing major renovations to Mounds View Public Schools


courtesy Wold Architects and Mounds View Public Schools A portion of the $165 million bond issue approved by Mounds View Public School District voters in 2017 will go towards updating and expanding Irondale High School. Construction is expected to begin this year.

Bids and construction for the Mounds View Public Schools’ district-wide building projects, including the most intensive renovations, are on pace to get under way in 2019.

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