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HP announces 8 percent reduction in workforce

PALO ALTO ? Hewlitt Packard announced Wednesday it will cut 27,000 jobs by the end of fiscal year 2014, which means some Roseville employees could soon be losing their jobs. Acco ...

Roseville police warn of phony Microsoft tech scam

Roseville police are warning residents of unsolicited phone calls from alleged ?Microsoft support technicians? who recently scammed one Roseville resident. According to police, a ...

Social media: A powerful marketing tool for business

Experts agree that social media is forever changing the way companies do business. Alicia Allen, social media manager at 3Fold Communications in Sacramento, was quick to let the a ...

Eureka district librarians spared from layoffs

The seven campuses in the Eureka Union School District won't close their libraries after all. The district recently welcomed some good budget news for the upcoming school year, in ...

Attempted suicide at Granite Bay school

Vista Creek School in Granite Bay was interrupted briefly Tuesday morning after an attempted suicide. According to Lt. Mike Reed of the Placer County Sheriff?s Department, just af ...

Roseville police increase presence at Downtown Tuesday Nights

In an attempt to thwart gang activity and other kinds of potential problems, you may notice more Roseville police at the popular Downtown Tuesday Nights event this year. Departme ...

School bulletin: Woodcreek freshman wins billboard design contest

Woodcreek freshman wins billboard contest Woodcreek High School freshman Jessica Barton won the high school category of Kaiser Permanente's Don't Buy the Lie program, an anti-smok ...

Grad leaves lasting impact on Adelante

Three weeks passed before new student David Echols made a friend at Adelante High School in Roseville. So later, when other kids showed up for their first day on campus, he'd appr ...

Roseville soldier's letter to family found months after funeral

Rueben Lopez was a night stockman at Target in Roseville, a family man who enjoyed playing with his nieces and nephews and ?spaghetti Wednesdays? with his sisters. Coming from a ...

Young people continue to burn

Five years ago, a Roseville resident read a newspaper article about a woman's death from skin cancer that may have saved her life. No longer would Marty Costa go without wearing s ...