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BONA rings in the 4th

The neighborhood turned out for the Blue Oaks Neighborhood Association’s annual Fourth of July Parade. The Roseville and Citrus Heights police departments sent their motor br ...

Bayside Church buys 60 acres in Roseville

Bayside Church is expanding its reach into Roseville with the recent purchase of 60 acres near Highway 65 and Blue Oaks Boulevard, which will serve as the future home of Bayside No ...

Thunder Valley hosts ‘Idol’ auditions

The “Northern California Idol” pre-auditions will be held at Thunder Valley’s Outdoor Amphitheater on Tuesday, July 9. An anticipated crowd of more than 1,200 pa ...

BloodSource comes to Roseville July 12

BloodSource will be at Maidu Community Center in Roseville on Friday, July 12, helping blood donors save lives. Donors will also receive a free California State Fair ticket and MyB ...

Daytripper: Enjoy nature, scenery and golf?

Some large patches of snow appear in the horizon, a major indicator that winter paid a visit to this mountainous region of Lake Tahoe. The picturesque, panoramic view can be seen ...

Back and Forth: Meet your cake baker

Wendi Calton is a wife and mother of four who decided to start her own business a year ago. Her children were beginning to graduate high school and become adults, and she wanted to ...

Roseville’s DG2 ‘paves the way’ for new turn lane

Could a little in home garage dance school actually stop traffic? The Dance Gallery 2 in Roseville has done just that. Mandated by the county to expand Baseline Road and build a tu ...

In the Service: Snider completes basic training

Army Pvt. Garrett D. Snider has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.   During the nine weeks of training, the soldier s ...

Parents on mission to find a cure

Not even four months had passed before Kari and Dale Lusby realized they could not just wait patiently for a cure — let alone a treatment — to be developed to help thei ...

Still at odds: Roseville man served restraining order

John Zisk considers himself the largest private landowner in central Roseville. Here, he claims to own slightly more than 12 acres of property in three parcels. Dry Creek runs thr ...

What’s your summer look?

You’ve probably heard the phrase “hanger appeal,” which refers to the disappointing realization that while a piece of clothing may look good on the hanger, turns ...

Roseville turns out for Fourth of July festivities

Roseville celebrated Independence Day with gusto despite the heat on Thursday.  Festivities started early with the Run Crime Out of Roseville race at Royer Park, which challen ...

Oakmont Senior Living of Roseville hosts Walk to End Alzheimer’s event

The 2013 Sacramento Walk to End Alzheimer’s “Excite Night,” an informational, interactive event hosted by Oakmont of Roseville. “Excite Night” is des ...

Sewn together

Shirley Anderson may be turning 90 years old this year, but she remains a prolific quilter, having already crafted 16 quilts since January — several of which were donated to ...