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4,000 square feet of tranquilty

Maria Torres is familiar with spas. In her former career as a top-level manager for Access Dental, she would visit several in an attempt to keep some balance in her life. "For me, ...

Reflections of 2006

Twelve months is a long time. Long enough to forget some of the biggest things to happen to the communities of Roseville and Granite Bay throughout 2006. That's why The Press-Tribu ...

Holiday DUI arrests down from last year

While Roseville Police officers made fewer arrests for drunk driving this New Year's, officials say some holiday revelers are still ignoring the rule of not mixing alcohol with aut ...

County to hold forums on conservation plan

The public has two more opportunities to attend community forums for the proposed Placer County Conservation Plan. The first forum is set for 6-8 p.m. Thursday for the biological s ...

All for good luck

If you've reached that age where watching a ball drop in Times Square no longer excites you, or you'd rather sleep than see Dick Clark introduce the Black Eyed Peas, you may be cur ...

Get your groove on

Relax, resolution minders. There's still one more night before virtuous goals of low-calorie meals and thrice-weekly workouts kick in: New Year's Eve. And, if spending some quality ...

Little interest in proposed rate hikes

There were 100 seats, but only four people showed up last week for the second of two public workshops seeking feedback about proposed utility rate increases. The first workshop a w ...

Gas prices scoot back up again after fall lull

Gas prices may have crept up since the fall lull, but they're not causing outrage like record levels last spring. This week in Roseville, the average cost of a gallon of gas was $2 ...

St. Vincent hot meals will continue through January

The St. Vincent De Paul hot meal kitchen will continue at its longtime Riverside Boulevard location through at least the end of January, officials said last week. Meanwhile, the as ...

Roseville students visit rainforest

Sixty third-grade students from Crestmont Elementary School got a unique look into a Rocklin rainforest via the Star Eco Station Thursday. Students toured the facility, a shelter ...