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Roseville’s Derrick Whitehead retires after 25 years with city

Longtime city of Roseville employee Derrick Whitehead was honored by the Regional Water Authority with an annual award for service and contributions to the region on Dec. 13. Whit ...

Girl grows hair for friend with leukemia

Gracie Harada found the perfect way to honor her friend 11-year-old Kylie Nguyen, who was battling leukemia. “We had read this book called ‘The Lemonade Club’ (w ...

Roseville Electric may raise rates

Roseville Electric customers may see a change beginning with their July bills — higher rates. The public utility provider is reviewing its rate structure with the help of co ...

Roseville neighbor stops burglar, police catch bike-riding thief

Police Crime Log Information complied from local police reports. All suspects are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. Dec. 1 A Roseville woman received a ...

Biz Buzz: Bay Area firm puts big money behind city's recovery

Roseville’s business district is showing “positive signs of recovery,” according to a San Francisco real estate group that just purchased a spade of buildings in ...

Kaiser nurses picket in Roseville over patient care, staffing levels

A platoon of crimson-clad nurses marched along Douglas Boulevard today, chanting and waving big picket signs that read, “Safe staffing now!” According to the Californi ...

Salvation Army distributes toys, food to families in need

The Salvation Army Roseville Corps intentionally left the couple thousand Christmas presents the group had collected for children unwrapped. “Nothing is wrapped, so the pare ...

Gaines wants gun ownership “loophole” closed

AUBURN CA - State Sen. Ted Gaines moved Tuesday to close what he says is a dangerous loophole in existing California law that allows the mentally ill to obtain guns. In the wake o ...