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Tue
02
Aug

Falcon Heights Police

Arrests

Tue
02
Aug

Clarification



In last week’s Review, a story on Roseville’s Ryan Gavin should have stated that the Roseville Police Department honored him for his work with the Citizen’s Park Patrol.

Tue
02
Aug

Falcon Heights receives Re-Leaf grant

Falcon Heights has received a Minnesota Re-Leaf Grant from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. It was accepted by the City Council at its meeting July 27.

Tue
26
Jul

Falcon Heights

Theft

— A purse was reportedly stolen from Dino’s Gyros, 1670 Snelling Ave. The owner reported the theft at 12:36 p.m. July 12 as she realized that her cell phone, which was inside the purse, had been used. The estimated loss of the purse, cash, phone and identification is $250.

Tue
26
Jul

Lauderdale

Arrests

— Six juveniles were cited for underage consumption of alcohol after police were called to the 1900 block of Carl for suspicious activity at 2:50 a.m. July 13.

Tue
26
Jul

Three seats,three candidates



The Roseville Area Schools board has three seats up for election in November, and three candidats have filed.

Incumbent Bill Majerus filed for re-election while Roseville residents Kitty Gogins and Frank H. Shaw filed for election.

Tue
26
Jul

Hot dogging it: National Hot Dog Month



Ketchup, mustard, relish – what do you put on your hot dog? There’s no wrong answer, so long as you’re having one. Or two.

Tue
26
Jul

Roseville Police

Fraud

— A fraud by swindle incident was reported at 8:49 a.m. July 15 on the 2000 block of Dale Street. The fraud was reported to have taken place between April 26 and July 15.

Tue
19
Jul

Watershed, LC council reach compromise on park fee



The Little Canada City Council members emphasized last week that they weren’t ignoring a Parks and Recreation Commission’s recommendation, but instead wanted to help a "good neighbor."

Tue
19
Jul

Roseville Police

Theft
— A theft was reported from the 2700 block of Lexington Avenue at 7:51 p.m. July 11. The missing property is valued at over $200.

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