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Remembering Bill Brooks’ impact with Sierra View, Roseville community

Ice clinked against her glass as she set it on the white, linen tablecloth at her home in Roseville. The nerves were overwhelming and her hands were shaky, but she proceeded nonet ...

Tips make identity theft capture in Roseville

Roseville police are crediting social media and tips from residents with directly contributing to the arrest of an identity-theft suspect on Wednesday. According to a news release ...

This stinks! Roseville area repeatedly experiences 'night of the thirsty skunks'

As the drought grows more severe, California residents look for explanations, precedent and political fault. California’s wildlife, on the other hand, keep things simple &mda ...

Roseville Mayor Garcia recalls three decades of serving her hometown

Mayor Carol Garcia’s Roseville roots run deep. Her family-ties go back five generations, to 1849, when the Fiddyment Family settled in the area of what is now Fiddyment and B ...

Rediscovering the 'natural sublime' at Herrington's Sierra Pines

When the daily grind has worn me thin and I find myself fighting an urge to hurl my cell phone from the window of a moving car, it’s usually a sign that I need to reconnect w ...

New Granite Bay ice cream parlor sparkles with taste sensation

When you see smoke, there isn’t necessarily fire. Actually, what you’re seeing at Sparkles ice Cream and Yogurt is liquid nitrogen, set at minus 321 degrees to create y ...

Roseville officers looking for suspect in identity theft, forged checks scam

The Roseville Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a woman who has been buying merchandise with stolen checks in South Placer County, as well as Aubur ...

Press Tribune opens annual Roseville Best of the Best party to the general public

The Press Tribune is announcing that this year’s annual Roseville and Granite Bay’s “Best of the Best” party will be open to the public — offering a r ...

Roseville agrees to partner with SPCA on $12.1 million facility

The City of Roseville will contribute up to $7.6 million to a new SPCA facility to be built on Yosemite Drive. Roseville has partnered with the SPCA since 1994, but increased popu ...

Old Town Roseville’s nightlife begins to emerge again

For over a century Roseville’s main hub has been centered along its railroad lines. From pioneer days to the end of Prohibition, the historic district that we today call &ldq ...

Roseville investigators break alleged meth-fueled burglary ring

Roseville detectives concluded a six-month investigation June 29 with the arrest of an Elverta man suspected of burglarizing three businesses and committing various other crimes in ...

Kerridge announces departure as city manager of Roseville

Roseville City Manager Ray Kerridge will end his tenure at the helm of the city during the close of 2015. The announcement came Wednesday morning via email, as Kerridge wished to ...

Roseville continues to offer residents tools and incentives to cut water use

California's drought should not be news to anyone. Facing one of the most severe water shortages on record, Governor Jerry Brown recently issued an executive order mandating 28 ...