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Drought gets costly for Roseville, groundwater considered

Though drought conditions have prompted Roseville to access water and money reserves, City Hall says it has plans to make sure neither runs dry in the near future. According to fi ...

Roseville tries to keep cool

With the hot, dry summer glaring down, parents across Roseville are looking for ways to keep the kids entertained while at the same time beating the heat. The city has plenty of af ...

Roseville’s John Adams Academy buys Heald campus

Officials from John Adams Academy charter school in Roseville announced this week they have finalized the purchase of the former Heald College building, increasing their footprint ...

Lunchtime wreck on I-80 in Roseville causes injuries, serious traffic jam

Around 12:50 p.m. Tuesday, a large Dodge pickup truck overturned on eastbound I-80 between the Douglas Boulevard onramp and the Taylor Road exit. The Roseville Fire Department and ...

UPDATE: 'Coordinated attack' leaves Rocklin residents, businesses without broadband

Wave Broadband customers in Rocklin are experiencing outages due to a “coordinated attack,” according to a statement from the company. "Three major fiber cables c ...

Both victims in Roseville shooting, burning crime had criminal histories

As Placer County Sheriff’s detectives attempt to determine who shot two men in the head and left them burning alive in Roseville Thursday, court records in various counties a ...

City-sponsored poll shows residents think Roseville is ‘excellent’

A survey commissioned by the City of Roseville has found community members to be overwhelmingly satisfied with life in the area. According to the results, 56 percent of residents ...

Roseville's Movie in the Park offers free family entertainment

Few attractions draw a crowd like summer movies, and that’s what the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations is counting on with its eighth-annual Movie in the Park ...

Longtime Granite Bay postman, ‘block dad’ passes

The unofficial motto of the United States Postal Service is nothing stops a postman from his rounds — and for three decades nothing stopped Bill Ripley from assisting the cit ...

Roseville marks money for more city jobs

As Roseville recovers from the nationwide economic downturn, it is looking to replenish reserves accessed during slower years. The city recently adopted its budget for the 2015-16 ...

Shooting, burning crime in Roseville turns into double-homicide

The Placer County Sheriff's Office announced late this morning that two men who were found shot in the head and lying on fire in Roseville have died - making the incident one o ...

Roseville's Gathering Inn to lose 21 percent of funding, 2 case managers

The Gathering Inn is bracing for a tough year ahead. Effective July 1, according to Executive Director Suzi deFosset, Roseville’s homeless shelter will start its new fiscal ...

Sierra College hold special Jump Start day on Thursday, June 25

Sierra College in Rocklin is offering a helping hand for new students who need assistance with the registration process. The New Student Jump Start event, Thursday, June 25, guides ...

Outdoor fire ignites just west of Roseville

A fire that began burning near orchards, horse pastures and homes this afternoon was stopped in its tracks — due partly to the fact that it was triggered almost immediately n ...

Boys of Summer to play free concert in Roseville’s downtown

Coming off a successful national tour, the top Southern California-based Eagles tribute band The Boys Of Summer will perform at Roseville’s Downtown Tuesday Nights" summ ...