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Seniors counsel peers on ‘challenges of aging and life’

One thing volunteers in Placer County’s Senior Peer Counseling program agree on is the surprise they felt upon learning of the multitude of issues seniors struggle to overcom ...

Host families for students from Spain needed

Sixty-four American families are needed to host high-school age students from Spain for three weeks this summer. Debra Maginn, of Roseville, has been organizing these groups for m ...

Pedestrian hit at Eureka and Interstate 80

Roseville emergency responders rushed to the Interstate 80 on-ramp of Eureka Road around 2 p.m. today after a pedestrian was struck by a car. According to the Roseville Police Dep ...

School board postpones vote on closing Dry Creek

A Roseville district has postponed a vote to close an elementary school and transition a middle school into a kindergarten through eighth grade campus, citing significant community ...

Sierra College holds mental health and suicide prevention fair

The reality of depression and suicide has inspired the founder of 1-800-SUICIDE to create an exciting format for delivering a message of hope. It is called the Alive! Mental Health ...

UPDATE: Suspect from Roseville ‘meth house’ hiding out

The Roseville Police Department confirmed this week that Tom Simpson was recently taken into custody within the city, on the same day this story was first published. A Roseville ...

Roseville aims to create vibrant downtown

On a typical Saturday evening, you can find customers dining on ceviche and sipping cocktails, as band members of that night’s musical act prep the stage for their gig inside ...

No-cost home-care available for eligible seniors

The California Health Collaborative’s (CHC) Multi-Purpose Senior Services Program (MSSP), funded by the California State Department of Aging, is accepting new enrollments. MS ...

PG&E to upgrade gas lines beginning in mid-February

Pacific Gas & Electric will upgrade 11,000 feet of gas distribution line and related services in Roseville from mid-February through July. The project is intended to improve t ...

Former Thunder Valley manager sentenced to federal prison

A Thunder Valley Casino manager who pleaded guilty to embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from her company’s tribe was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison today ...