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Cirby Elementary gets holiday transformation

On Dec. 18 Roseville's Cirby Elementary School partnered with Hillside Church to transform a Cirby classroom into a Holiday Toy Store for the school's less fortunate famili ...

Sands Fund continues to shine a light in Placer County

On Dec. 19, President Obama signed H.R.5771 into law, which renews the Charitable IRA Rollover, making it easier for Americans to give to causes they care about. According to the P ...

Roseville police officers talk reality of GHB in wake of recent arrests

On Dec 9, following an ongoing investigation of regional sales of a synthetic narcotic similar to gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid, or GHB — more commonly known as the “date r ...

Crash on I-80 in Rocklin sends one to the hospital

A two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Sierra College Boulevard and Interstate 80 left an SUV immobilized at approximately 10:20 a.m. Tuesday morning, after a driver report ...

13 Oakmont students implicated in possible hate crime

A group of 13 Oakmont High School students faces possible reprimand from county law enforcement for committing a hate crime, Roseville police said this week. Roseville Police Depa ...

Roseville quells rumors on downtown post office

New developments in Downtown Roseville have precipitated rumors that the century-old, city-owned post office building on Vernon Street may be demolished. In recent weeks, numerous ...

Francis Ngissah gets 10 years for Roseville child abuse case

Having pleaded guilty to 19 charges involving the abuse of teenagers in his youth basketball program, 26-year-old Francis Amiteye Ngissah was sentenced Dec. 17 to 10 years in priso ...

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 female police officers excel, break old stereotypes

Current statistics show that only 12 percent of police officers in America are women and only 5 percent of those are women of minority status, which continues to spark a dialog on ...

Roseville, Rocklin students scramble to overcome nix of Academic Decathlon

Despite the cancelation of the 2015 Placer County Academic Decathlon competition, which Roseville High School won the past  two years in a row, local Placer County coaches are ...