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International Sportsmen’s Expo opens Thursday

It’s always a crowded event. The annual International Sportsmen’s Expo at Cal Expo couldn’t come at a more ideal time, when most outdoors-oriented people are wrac ...

Del Oro uses big third quarter to beat Woodcreek

After 16 minutes of even play Tuesday night, coaches for the Woodcreek and Del Oro high school boys basketball teams had identical messages to their squads: Stick to the plan, and ...

Roseville tops Rocklin, now 2-0 in SFL

ROCKLIN - Roseville High School's boys basketball team, outrebounded in the first half, controlled the boards in the second half. The Tigers, who missed eight free-throw attempts i ...

Biz Buzz: Farnam to leave Westfield Galleria

Westfield announced that Gavin Farnam, general manager of the Westfield Galleria at Roseville, will be leaving his position. Farnam led the expansion and rebuild after an arson fi ...

Biz Buzz: SPI Solar continues Greek expansion

Roseville-based SPI Solar announced it has received construction permits to develop a 2-megawatt solar energy facility in Evros, a northeastern region of Greece. This is SPI&rsqu ...

Granite Bay grad Burris rakes in awards at San Diego State

Miles Burris wrapped up his collegiate career as a San Diego State University linebacker by earning several awards, including an All-Mountain West Conference first-team selection f ...

Roseville school hopes to turn corner in sports

It’s late afternoon on Tuesday, Jan. 10. With the sun beginning its descent in the West, Valley Christian Academy is hosting a basketball tripleheader.The home-team Lions, in ...

Oakmont converts at the line, wins on the road

RIO LINDA — Winning on the road isn’t easy, but Oakmont High School’s boys basketball team left Rio Linda with a 50-43 victory Friday night in its first of back-t ...

Roseville fire crews halt chlorine leak

Roseville Fire Department hazardous material crews responded to reports of a chlorine leak at the Roseville rail yards Saturday afternoon. The incident occurred around 4:41 p.m. ...

Shari of berry fame to produce new product in Roseville

Shari Fitzpatrick just can’t stop dipping strawberries. Nor can she give up the type of business that she founded in 1989 with an idea and a $1,500 cash advance on a credit card. ...

Wet weather expected to return this week

Wet weather is expected to return to the region this week, and for local firefighters, the rain couldn’t come at a better time. According to Jeff Carman, assistant fire chief o ...

City preps to break ground on new fire station

The city of Roseville expects to break ground on Fire Station No. 9 by early next week and begin operating the facility by 2013. The station will be located on Hayden Parkway, off ...

Crime log: More catalytic converter thefts, stolen vehicles

Information gathered from local police reports. All accused are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law. Jan. 3 At 10 p.m., officers responded to a report of peopl ...

School bulletin: Crab feed benefits Granite Bay High School band

Crab feed benefits band Granite Bay High School’s Emerald Brigade Marching Band is hosting its fourth annual Crab Feed, Silent Auction and Raffle fundraiser in March, and ne ...