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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 ...

Sierra College to save taxpayers $5 million through bond refinance

Taking advantage of historically low interest rates and its credit worthiness, Sierra College saved taxpayers roughly $5 million by successfully refinancing its facility bond debt ...

Grandfather of dead toddler pleads guilty to child porn charges

A Roseville man whose family has been at the center of two separate criminal investigations ended half of the intrigue this week by pleading guilty to possessing child pornography. ...

Beloved educator Robert Cooley passes away at 77

Robert Cooley, a beloved former science teacher and the namesake behind a Roseville middle school, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 27. He was 77 years old. Cooley had been battling he ...

Fans, foodies get hip to local happy hours

The Monday blues can be little mind-numbing, especially in the tedious, late afternoon hours when most people are heading home from work — but inside Mandango’s Sports ...

Roseville City Council to vote on utility rate increase

Roseville City Council is scheduled to vote on an electric utility rate increase at the Wednesday, March 20 meeting. The proposed rate increase was unanimously adopted by the Rose ...