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Granite Bay gets Thai with a mother’s touch

Sonia Narasaki is not your typical chef and restaurateur. She is not trained in a classical sense, but more in a maternal sense. Sonia cut her culinary teeth in her mother’s ...

Roseville honors all who served in uniform on Memorial Day

Air Force veteran Jim Berg sounds "Taps" on his bugle at Roseville Community Cemetery’s Memorial Day observance on May 25. Berg is a member of both the Veterans of ...

Travel: Oxford allows a walk in the footsteps of literary giants

Big Ben, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace; if you’ve ever visited London, then likely you have seen some of these major attractions. But England has a more subtle attraction ...

U.S. Bank in Roseville robbed as suspect vanishes

The U.S. Bank inside the Safeway on Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard was robbed this afternoon by a man who escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash. According to the Roseville Police D ...

Chamber’s ‘Roseville 2015’ draws major crowd

The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce’s “Roseville 2015” event drew in nearly 700 local and regional business leaders on Thursday, May 14. Chamber officials desc ...

Roseville’s historical Black fraternity hosts awards banquet

Young African-American men, members of the Kappa League program in Roseville, gathered at the Granite Bay Golf Club Sunday evening to celebrate the organization’s sixth annua ...

Diamond K. residents relieved by latest news of threatened Roseville history

Residents recently contacted the Roseville Historical Society and The Press Tribune with concerns that a plan was underway to demolish the Kaseberg Ranch House, one of the city&rsq ...

Bayside Church spends spring break helping Mexicali

If you’ve heard of families or college kids heading to fun-in-the-sun spring break destinations, you might think of suntans, snorkeling and staying up late and partying, espe ...