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Roseville filmmaker Matt Pacini glimpses success at major festival

Roseville writer and director Matt Pacini is grabbing attention as yet another example of how much talent is in Northern California, as well as how much the indie filmmaking scene ...

Grief Healings at Roseville’s Green Valley Hospice

“Grief Healings is a way to begin to better understand losses,” says Stephen Smith of Green Valley Hospice. “Grief is the process of adjusting to a new reality an ...

Roseville’s Troop 1 sees four scouts obtain Eagle

Roseville’s Boys Scout Troop 1 recently celebrated four of its members reaching the highest rank of achievement — Eagle Scout. Patrick McClure, Patrick Gauruv Virk, Zac ...

Re-zone allows Roseville’s 'American Dreams' housing project to move forward

A vacant lot on the 4000 block of Foothills Boulevard – land which is included in Roseville’s Northwest Specific Plan – has been re-zoned. At a meeting earlier t ...

Roseville libraries add tech for special needs

Public libraries are a refuge for curious minds and lifelong learners, and one Roseville resident, after observing a lack of special-needs accommodations several years ago, has mad ...

Roseville’s Humble Wolf breaks out regionally with 'Black and White'

The sun is going down as four musicians haul their gear through the doors, glancing into the gin-joint dimensions of a club laced in sensuously grotesque paintings, sin-red Victori ...

Roseville murder hearing: Employees clashed with ‘Skim X’ victim

A Placer County deputy district attorney attempted to narrow the field of possible culprits while defense tried to widen it as the preliminary hearing for murder suspect Christophe ...

Roseville middle schoolers grow their brains on Pi Day

On Saturday, March 14 the Roseville City School District joined with educators across the nation to celebrate National Pi Day. Chilton Middle School held activities to commentate t ...

Downtown Roseville’s free Wi Fi drums up excitement

Since its opening in the summer of 2013, Downtown Roseville’s Town Square has entertained more than 100,000 locals. In anticipation of the venue’s spring and summer sc ...

Sierra College to host Native American ‘Big Time’ on Saturday

Sierra College in Rocklin is preparing to host its Big Time event, Indigenous Peoples Days, on Saturday, March 21. Representatives for the college said the “California-style ...