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Leapin' Leprechauns

No man is an island. An Ireland, though? We've got plenty of those. Open up Roseville's most recent SureWest telephone directory and you'll find three Irelands, a sprinkling of Clo ...

Dublin, Calif., has Irish in its blood

Ireland's "official" St. Patrick's Day festival in Dublin runs through Monday, but just because you don't have a plane ticket in hand doesn't mean you're out of luck for festival f ...

The Apple of their iPods

It seemed every third student leaving Oakmont High School on Wednesday had white wires growing out of their ears. But it wasn't some bizarre medical malady; rather, the wires were ...

Natural gas leak disrupts Old Town

Dozens of residents and several businesses in Roseville's Old Town were temporarily evacuated in a three-block area Tuesday after a 4-inch natural gas main was punctured by a const ...

Downtown golf course planned

Golfers and dog owners may soon be heading downtown. City officials said Monday an off-leash dog park is one year away and a pitch-n-putt golf course is two years away from complet ...

Community Calendar

n A stuttering support group meets the third Tuesday of every month at 151 N. Sunrise Ave., Suite 813, Roseville. Kids ages 7-17 meet 6-7:30 p.m. and adults 7:30-9 p.m. The next me ...

St. Baldrick's 'shaving' the way for good cause

It doesn't matter who you are or how fashion-conscious you aren't. Just know, this weekend, bald is the new black. Hundreds of people in all age groups will gather beginning at 4 p ...

Garbolino seafood dinner finds new spot

Anyone who's spent any amount of time in Roseville knows the name Garbolino is synonymous with service to the community. But the tradition of service by the Garbolinos can be trace ...

Assistance League teaches life skills to teenagers

High schools students in Roseville classrooms are learning life skills from volunteers with the Assistance League of Greater Placer through the Competencies for Independent Living ...

Wheel-a-thon fundraiser

World War II nurse Barbara Burroughts, center, hugs Rosalie Miller, president of the Residents Council at the Sunrise Healthcare Center, after she received a $300 donation from th ...