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Two more police officers to patrol Roseville schools

The Roseville Police Department will hire two more officers to increase the safety of students and staff at local schools. The Roseville City Council unanimously approved the hiri ...

City loans $500,000 to Roseville Community Development Corporation

The city of Roseville is making another loan to the private, nonprofit Roseville Community Development Corporation to fulfill revitalization goals. The Roseville City Council unan ...

Testimony in Putnam and Thongsy case shows websites connecting Roseville to prostitution

A jury is still hearing evidence to decide if Roseville’s Stephen Putnam and Syla Thongsy pressured two teenage girls to sell themselves on the streets of Sacramento, and the ...

City of Roseville addressing $5.5 million structural deficit

The Roseville City Council won’t vote on next fiscal year’s budget until June, but they’ve already begun hearing from staff about the need to address a $5.5 milli ...

‘Kiss-in’ scheduled for Roseville Galleria

Activists are planning a “kiss-in” at the Roseville Galleria Saturday in response to media reports that a gay couple was asked to leave the shopping mall last Saturday ...

City aims to correct Life Time Fitness misinformation

Roseville city officials have been receiving lots of phone calls and emails from residents questioning a proposed fitness center on East Roseville Parkway. Those questions stem fr ...

Dinosaur Days at Sierra College Natural History Museum this Sunday

The Sierra College Natural History Museum presents the 2013 Dinosaur Day - Science Fest: Surviving Change, on Sunday, March 10. This year, along with displays and activities ...

Work in progress at Roseville Cemetery

The Roseville Public Cemetery District is pre-installing about 300 vaults in the Roseville Cemetery on Berry Street. The project began March 4 and will take a few weeks to complete ...

Eureka Schools Foundation earns ‘excellence award’

The Eureka Schools Foundation received the Partners in Educational Excellence Award from the Placer County chapter of the Association of California School Administrators on Feb. 25 ...

Jury hears tale of ‘fear’ from second alleged victim in teen pimping case

Last Wednesday, jurors heard one alleged victim in a felony pimping and pandering case tell them that she was not controlled, nor coerced, into selling herself on behalf of Rosevil ...