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Granite Bay not immune to heroin, opiate trends in region

Official arrest records from the Placer County Sheriff’s Department indicate that some of the county’s wealthier jurisdictions have exceeded others in arrests involving ...

Master chef offers classes in Roseville

Chef Dan Catanio, a native Californian and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America Hyde Park New York, has set up shop in Roseville to offer a series of cooking classes, whic ...

Witnesses flesh out crash scene in Roseville DUI murder trial

A bevy of witnesses over the past two weeks have testified to the circumstances of a traffic collision in 2012 that killed 26-year-old Gregory De La Campa, agreeing on some details ...

Interstate 80 in Newcastle to close in both directions overnight Tuesday and Wednesday

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is alerting motorists that Interstate 80 will be closed overnight in both directions in south Placer County as crews raise th ...

It’s not just chicken feed in Granite Bay

Craig Lyman and his wife, Dee Dee were at one time as far removed from owning a successful feed and pet supply business as a North Korean citizen is to Internet access.  The ...

The railroad genius behind Roseville’s birth has become invisible

Have you ever wondered what life would be like if Roseville didn’t exist? Like the ripples in a pond after a stone hits the water, the effects of one man’s dream can gr ...

Roseville's sought after South Africa money gone

Roseville’s plans for a high-rise hotel conference center are seeing changes, as a deal between the city and Issar Investment Holdings, the South African investor, has not ma ...

Roseville hit with three structure fires in 24 hours

Police and fire department staffs in Roseville have responded to several calls for structure fires between sunset Wednesday and sunrise Thursday.    At 8:15 p. ...

Rocklin event ponders future of the book

“Are Books Dead?” Sierra College plans to put the question to the public on March 6 with its upcoming illustrated lecture-discussion, hosted by award-winning Berkeley p ...

Memories of the Civil War return to Placer County

The Golden State’s legacy in the Civil War will be on full local display Sunday, March 1. Richard Hurley and TJ Meekins will present “California and the Civil War,&rdq ...