Living

Roseville’s Old City Hall may soon be a thing of the past

One of Roseville’s historic buildings may be on the “chopping block” in the near future, leaving questions with some locals as to the price standing history will ...

Rocklin’s Anatolian Table continues to bridge far-off traditions

Turkey is a land where intriguing conversations and warm hospitality reign supreme, and a couple who grew up with that way of life have been sharing it with Rocklin through cuisine ...

New book sees the world through the view of a Roseville K9

It’s easy to see that Rolf, a 9-year old Springer spaniel, was able to train his human, Jack May, AKA Grumpy, in no time at all. Rolf has his owner plumping pillows, and bel ...

Roseville’s Cibo 7 breaks the ‘stay away’ factor on fine dining

For food lovers unfamiliar with the term “rustic fine dining,” the new Cibo 7 is hoping to burn those words into the region’s culinary consciousness.   ...

Roseville’s candle burns at both ends

If the many epicenters of night life in Roseville – Old Town, Downtown, the Fountains – paint a broad picture of the scene, they do it justice. Replete with family ent ...

Roseville green thumb creates garden paradise at home

When Pauline Sakai moved into her Roseville home in 1982, she wasn’t really sure where the right side yard of her property – which otherwise included only a small, sing ...

1916 ‘La Mano Nera’ murder mystery shook Roseville

Not known for the kind of frequent scandals and murders that made San Francisco, Chicago and New York infamous, Roseville’s small railroad town appeared for much of the centu ...

City to modify trash, green waste pickup schedules

The City of Roseville will be modifying its garbage and green waste pickup schedules. Beginning Jan. 5, citywide changes will be made in an “ongoing effort to increase effici ...

Granite Bay wine Sommelier spreads word about pairing in book

There are not many jobs more exciting than traveling, drinking, and judging wine for a living. And that suits Granite Bay resident Roxanne Langer just fine. The wine sommelier re ...

Local lawyers give back to Roseville, Granite Bay

At 10 a.m. on a Tuesday, the parking lot at a business park off Douglas Boulevard in Roseville is full and a sense of productivity is in the air. Amongst the many business units is ...

Leigh, Faaborg engaged

Lincoln residents Vanessa Rene Leigh and Robert Niels Faaborg are planning to be married on Nov. 22 in Vacaville. The daughter of Don and Zale Leigh of Roseville graduated from Ro ...

Roseville’s Monk’s Cellar prays to the altar of beer art

Monk’s Cellar is looking to make its mark on Downtown Roseville, and it’s using an open, austere elegance — with centuried bricks, chocolate Old World oak and vau ...

Chabad House enjoys major milestone with center’s Torah

The Chabad House Jewish Community Center in Granite Bay recently witnessed a historic event, with the beginning of the writing of the first Torah for the Placer County Jewish commu ...

Media Life: Reporter’s-eye view was up close on day Mike Davis died

  It was a barrage of shots that crackled through a quiet residential area of Auburn. It  was a barrage of shots that continue to reverberate in the local and national ...

Roseville’s Stone House has a dark legacy

Many cities have their own urban legends or folklore about haunted cemeteries or old, abandoned houses; and while such stories are often conjured by partial truths and overactive i ...