Business

Icing on the Cupcake to host grand opening

The term Icing on the Cupcake may once again dominate Rocklin pastry discussions and party planning. A company bearing the same name as the once popular, temporarily defunct cupcak ...

Culinary masters compete in Roseville at Top Chef

Saturday May 17 was a good day for the culinary community in Roseville as eight of its top chefs competed in an event at California Backyard.  These food masters were competi ...

County enjoying job surge

Placer County was the leader in an April surge in the area for job finders. Figures released Friday by the state Office of Economic Development showed that Placer’s unemploy ...

Roseville attorney pushes mediation over headaches of court warfare

D.I.V.O.R.C.E. – these seven letters, when combined, strike fear in most married couples, and it’s easy to see why.  The term ‘divorce’ is defined as; ...

Meskell’s Medical Supplies helps people with mobility issues

“If it can make your life a lot easier, then it’s worth buying.” A wise man once said that. A wise man that saw people who were struggling to care for family mem ...

Capital Landscape does smart planting

Planning something great for these glorious spring weekends might be what occupies our minds to get us through the workweek. But also at the forefront are concerns about California ...

Appellate court upholds ruling in favor of The Station

A longstanding feud between The Station Bistro & Lounge and the city of Roseville may have come to an end with a new ruling by an appellate court that upholds the dismissal of ...

Placer County biz owners, Papa Roach’s Shaddix pay it forward via endurance run

A wise man once said, “Every single day, in every walk of life, ordinary people do extraordinary things.” It should also be noted that sometim ...

Kreative Kids opens in Roseville

Amber Lashley and her fellow co-owners of Kreative Kids Learning Center in Roseville have a vested interest in ensuring the newly opened facility provides both a fun educational en ...

Placer Water: 10 percent water cut good but 20 percent better

Placer County Water Agency is appealing to the public to shoot for a voluntary 10 percent water-use reduction in the wake of projected lower water availability from Pacific Gas &am ...