Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

Thu
05
Mar

Roseville Citizens Police Academy

Roseville residents are invited to participate in the 2015 Citizens Police Academy, an eight-week, behind-the-scenes look at the Roseville Police Department.

Tue
03
Mar

Don Zibell is the ‘poster child’ for making a difference in Roseville

Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)

When local community and school groups need a little extra money for their programs, the North Suburban Community Foundation is eager help them apply for a grant.

Thu
26
Feb

Roseville seeks nominations for human rights award

Who are the unsung heroes of Roseville? Every community has groups or individuals who work to build an atmosphere that promotes fair and equal treatment for all.

Thu
26
Feb

Community Engagement Commission seeks task force volunteers

The Roseville Community Engagement Commission is an advisory commission appointed by the city council to advise it on ways and means to encourage, facilitate and streamline the engagement of Roseville residents in their community.

Thu
26
Feb

Roseville Little Canada Review People - 2-24-15

Scott Herbst of Lauderdale and Victoria Housewright of Roseville recently received a scholarship from the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA) Foundation.

Thu
26
Feb

Roseville park shelters already a hit

Come spring, Roseville residents and park users will have plenty to look forward to at parks, as new shelters and upgrades are being completed even as the snow flies.

Manufactured changes

Thu
26
Feb

Lions Club offers $1,000 college scholarships for two 2015 RAHS graduates

The Falcon Heights/Lauderdale Lions Club is once again sponsoring $1,000 college scholarships for both a female and a male class of 2015 graduating senior from Roseville Area High School.

Tue
24
Feb

Little Canada City Hall gets a makeover

The council chambers at Little Canada City Hall is just one of the areas being remodeled. When completed, the chambers will also have new lighting and carpeting in addition to the new stone backdrop. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
The council chambers at Little Canada City Hall is just one of the areas being remodeled. When completed, the chambers will also have new lighting and carpeting in addition to the new stone backdrop. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

If things are looking a little different inside Little Canada City Hall recently, no need to schedule an eye exam.

Tue
24
Feb

Wanted: a few good senior citizens

2014 was the first year volunteers from the Roseville Area Senior Program joined Fairview Alternative High School students in the classroom as mentors. (submitted photo)
2014 was the first year volunteers from the Roseville Area Senior Program joined Fairview Alternative High School students in the classroom as mentors. (submitted photo)

FAHS students learn from volunteer mentors

It’s not every day that silver-haired adults are asked to attend high school classes.

Wed
11
Feb

Adult education hour at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church

St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, 1660 West County Road B in Roseville, will host an education hour for ages 2 through adult at 10 a.m., after its contemporary worship service at 8:45 a.m. and before the traditional worship service at 11 a.m. All educational opportunities are free of charge.

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