The Ramsey City Council accepted two Transit Oriented Development (TOD) grants May 14.
A Fridley man who had been facing five felony charges for a Ramsey burglary has pleaded guilty to one charge and the others were dismissed.
Sean Sullivan, an Oak Grove City Councilmember who has worked for other area cities in economic development, has been asked by two different councils this spring whether his work in that field could conflict with his duty to vote on such matters as an elected official.
A rough patch of Ramsey roadway could be getting a makeover.
Moving boxes are being filled and new tenants are ready to make The Residence at The COR home.
A Taylor Falls man has plead guilty to breaking into a Ramsey house.
Homelessness, unemployment and access to medical care were all topics of the Veterans Issues Symposium hosted by Minnesota Sixth District Congresswoman Michele Bachmann May 13.
The city of Ramsey had been on the path to hire a new economic development manager, but it will have to wait a little longer.
After 12 years with the Ramsey Park and Recreation Commission, Melody Shryock has stepped down.
The Kryzers make quite the team.
The 50 vendors participating in the annual Ramsey Business Expo were very happy with people that came to the May 4 event.
Youth First has been providing kids in Andover, Anoka and Ramsey with a safe place to be, adults to connect with and help with improving academically for the last 19 years. But that could all be endangered.
Ramsey will hold a special election July 30 to fill the vacant Ward 1 council seat.
To boost the chances of getting funding for the U.S. Highway 10 and Armstrong Boulevard interchange, the city of Ramsey and the Anoka County Board have approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU).
Commuters who use Bunker Lake Boulevard (CSAH 116) east of Seventh Avenue will have to find an alternative route this summer.
For 23 years, Tim Dwyer has put on his Ramsey Police uniform. But he slipped on his uniform for one last time April 26.
It was a day for the dogs.
Mowing for three COR properties will be contracted out.
The city of Ramsey has sold another piece of excess land.
The annual Ramsey Business Expo will bring 50 business together in one place for residents to explore and compare.
Ramsey residents will soon have a place to recycle used oil, antifreeze and oil filters.
The Ramsey patrol officers and sergeants have a new two-year contract.