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Matzo bakery gives children a taste of history

Passover may begin at sundown tonight, but a group of Roseville children got a jump-start on the Jewish holiday last week with a hands-on lesson on making matzo - the traditional c ...

Officials offer tips to avoid fake policeman scam

While motorists in Sacramento County have reported being stopped by "fake" police officers in recent months, Roseville Police are warning drivers not to fall for the scam. "The big ...

Top of the heap

Don't be surprised if teachers and administrators at Sierra Gardens Elementary School have a little more spring in their step these days. Last month, the 520-student, kindergarten- ...

Dr. Dog

Patients at Kaiser Permanente's Roseville Medical Center are used to hospital workers making the rounds. But a new program at the site has everyone wondering, "Who let the dogs out ...

Innocent plea entered in homicide case

A Pennsylvania man will be back in a Placer County courtroom next month after entering a plea of innocent Monday to charges related to the death of a Folsom woman. Eric Martin Minc ...

Highway Patrol seeks witnesses in weekend fatality

A 50-year-old Granite Bay man was killed by a motorist as he walked to his mailbox Saturday afternoon. Around 5 p.m. Danny Bailey was struck while he was in the 8000 block of Aubur ...

Republican stalwarts battle for District 2 seat

Two Republicans, each currently serving in an elected office, are vying to be chosen by voters in June as Placer County's next supervisor for District 2. But that may be where the ...

County unemployment rate sixth lowest in state

Placer County job data remains upbeat with a 4.1 percent unemployment rate that ties with San Diego for sixth lowest in California. While the county's percentage of jobless for Feb ...

Banking on Roseville

Last Wednesday - with just four days to go before the opening of Granite Community Bank's newest location - workers were still applying the finishing touches, like hanging the artw ...

CAPC issues annual awards at luncheon ceremony

Students in Ron Grove's Roseville High School Student Government class are used to serving others. A penny drive, coat collection, canned food campaign and more are just some of th ...