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Wed
26
Jun

Friends Used Bookstore offer cheap books, fund libraries


Friends Used Bookstore volunteers Kathy Robbins and Diane Miller at the Ramsey County Library in Roseville. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

A tax-funded, free public library system is a social treasure that’s easy to take for granted. 

Wed
26
Jun

North St. Paul OKs pawn shop, updates massage therapy licensing


The North St. Paul City Council approved a permit for Twin Cities Pawn to open for business at 2231 11th Ave. near Target. (Solomon Gustavo/Review)

In an effort to be as “business friendly as possible,” the North St. Paul City Council welcomed a new pawn shop to town and updated its ordinance for massage therapy licencing. 

Wed
26
Jun

Highway 36 closed in Lake Elmo due to semi rollover


A semi-truck rolled over on Highway 36 in Lake Elmo, causing it to be shut down for a couple hours the morning of June 18. (submitted photos)

The Minnesota State Patrol had to shut down both lanes of traffic on Highway 36 in Lake Elmo to attend to a semi that had crashed and rolled over June 18. 

Wed
26
Jun

Window World opens off Highway 36


Solomon Gustavo/Review

Window World recently opened at 2220 Highway 36 in the former North St. Paul Ace Hardware Store space. “Where’s Ace?” people sometimes come in and ask, said Window World franchise owner Mary Derosier.

Tue
25
Jun

Lake Elmo tutor receives volunteer service award


Revalon Wesson (submitted photo)

Revalon Wesson, Minnesota Math Corps math tutor for Lake Elmo Elementary School on Stillwater Boulevard, received the

Tue
25
Jun

Convicted of drunken crash that killed deputy’s wife, woman again arrested for DWI


Elizabeth Renee Jacobson

A woman convicted a decade ago for a fatal drunk driving crash was arrested for alleged drunk driving June 18 after leading deputies on a short chase.

Tue
25
Jun

Roseville PD’s Safety Camp lands in Central Park


A Life Link helicopter landing punctuated the Roseville Police Department’s first Safety Camp held June 17 in Central Park. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)

Safety campers swarmed Roseville police vehicles parked beside the picnic shelter in Central Park off Victoria Street, taking a break from activities following lunch.

Tue
25
Jun

Crowded race set for county board

9 seek to replace Huffman going into August primary

 

Tue
25
Jun

Arden Hills considers tobacco ordinance exemption


Arden Hills Tobacco has been in business in the city for over a decade, located in a strip mall in the 3600 block of Lexington Ave. Its management has pushed against Arden Hills’ all-out ban on the sale of flavored tobacco products, and now the city council is looking to perhaps exempt the store from its flavor ban ordinance. (courtesy of Google Maps )

The City of Arden Hills will hold a public hearing July 8 to consider exempting a store from a part of its new tobacco ordinance, which increased the legal purchasing age to 21 and banned the sale of flavored tobacco and nicotine products througho

Tue
25
Jun

Roseville to regulate street parking during fair


Roseville will put temporary on-street parking restrictions in place near Minnesota State Fair park and rides this year during the 12-day event. The move comes in response to resident complaints about parked-out neighborhood streets. (courtesy of City of Roseville)

Council will wait to see what works

Roseville is moving forward with plans to put in place temporary on-street parking restrictions during the Minnesota State Fair to ease the parking squeeze on residents.

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