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NFL Hall of Famer Jim Otto to appear at Auburn's Power Club Brewery for Monte Carlo Night

In his playing days for the Oakland Raiders, it wasn’t easy getting Jim Otto off the field. So hard, in fact, that the National Football League Hall of Fame center played a ...

Granite Bay library supporters get sizzling with Chili Cook-off

Twenty, twenty and twenty.  No, it’s not an eye exam.  It’s the Friends of the Granite Bay Library’s smoking-hot chili cook off, celebrating 20 years of ...

Short film starring Roseville native to screen at Sac Film Festival

A jobbing actor-filmmaker born and raised in Roseville will return to his home turf next month for the Sacramento International Film Festival, where his first professional-caliber ...

Roseville's Tower Theatre to begin monthly Jazz nights

Hot on the heels of a sold out run of “Mary Poppins," Jason and Jennifer Bortz of Standout Talent have added another rhythmic program to an ever growing list of entertai ...

Press Tribune editor to give talk on book, new crime phenomenon

In between his editing duties at the Placer Herald and Press Tribune, journalist Scott Thomas Anderson has completed a three-year investigation of what he calls “the revolvin ...

Rocklin’s theater scene heats up with ‘Steel Magnolias’

South Placer’s theater scene is alive and kicking, and now a cavalcade of college students is trying to prove that Rocklin can be a major player on that stage. The theater ...

Homeless study: Gathering Inn needs “major changes”

Many of The Gathering Inn’s ways of helping the homeless need to be overhauled, a new report states. The report, by a San Antonio, Texas consulting firm, states that the Ros ...

Troop 818 celebrates six scouts making Eagle

Boy Scout Troop 818 in Granite Bay recently advanced six young men to the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor, held on March 1. For his Eagle Scout project, Brian Ellis, 14, c ...

Historical society celebrates new research center at Carnegie

The Roseville Historical Society and the Roseville Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting celebration at the Carnegie Museum for a new research center on local history. ...

Math Masters solves school problems for area families

More than the grade counts when it comes to learning: Math Masters is a South Placer business that says its striving to provide a holistic approach to math students of all levels. ...