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The code to Mojo: Granite Bay trainer gives upcoming library talk

Could you find your “mojo” in just a year?  Lorri Ann Code, author of “52 Weeks to Find Your Mojo” and founder of Mama Boot Camp believes you can; and ...

Roseville’s Kappa Alpha Psi keeps the memory alive

The men of Roseville's Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. recently celebrated the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by spending an afternoon at Adelante High ...

Roseville couple renews their vows on TV’s Top Chef

When Roseville residents Daniel Hayes and Steve Fobs officially tied the knot in October 2008, they were in a bit of a hurry. A ballot measure called Proposition 8 was about to pas ...

New Old Town Pizza looks to give Roseville a slice of heaven

Food lovers already know Old Town Pizza from its presence in Lincoln and Auburn, and many can remember their first experience smelling the baked cheese and seeing its video games p ...

Area singing group sells out Tower Theatre in Roseville

For many, the Tower Theatre’s brightly lit marquee symbolizes a bygone era, though on Jan. 16 a trio of young ladies proved the landmark can still get packed with a loud, ene ...

Mixed news on Roseville’s water costs

Roseville is dropping its 15 percent drought surcharge. Other water rates are scheduled to increase once again in July. According to Roseville’s environmental utilities dep ...

American dream comes true for 15 immigrants in Roseville

Raj came to the United States in 2000 on a student visa for his Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering. In 2005, he was offered the opportunity of a lifetime — to work as a ...

SIGN LANGUAGE: Lincoln student-fans get personal in PVL rivalry game

The words “F@$# you” are scrawled into the visiting wall of Placer High’s historic Earl Crabbe Gymnasium. A sharpie penned the phrase “Smoke weed every day& ...

UPDATE: Arrest in bank robbery, police investigate two unrelated assaults

Roseville police announced last week that at least one bank robbery case has been closed thanks to the department’s CSI technicians. Officers also investigated two separate, ...

A crowd turns out for unveiling of St. Rose kindergarten room

Roseville’s St. Rose School held a special ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new kindergarten classroom on Saturday, Jan. 14. Members of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce and o ...

Man wounded in Loomis deputies’ shoot-out Monday in serious condition

The suspect in Monday’s shooting in a Loomis shopping center remains in serious condition at a Roseville hospital, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office. Rod ...

Search continues for Carson May, missing Sugar Bowl ski instructor

Carson May, a Sugar Bowl ski instructor who went missing last Thursday, has not been found despite multiple-agency search and rescue efforts in the area throughout the weekend. &l ...

Accused cop killer found mentally fit for trial

SACRAMENTO – The prosecution of accused double-cop killer Luis Bracamontes moved forward Friday after a Sacramento judge deemed the defendant mentally competent for court pro ...

FedEx truck collides with coupe on Roseville's "Crooked Bridge"

Roseville Fire and Police responded Friday afternoon to a collision between a FedEx truck and a two-door vehicle on the Sierra Boulevard Bridge, more commonly known to locals as th ...

Roseville moves forward with Oak Street parking project

The city of Roseville has acquired a parcel of land for its future Oak Street parking facility. City council members approved the $101,400 purchase last week. The structure will a ...