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All-Stars: Longer tourneys, tougher rules on pitching

Youth all-star baseball tournaments aren’t what they used to be.Little League, PONY, Cal Ripken — all have stricter pitching limitations in place than what they were several ye ...

Wheelchair tennis draws competitors from Canada, Mexico

The smell of burnt rubber filled the air Friday at Johnson Ranch Racquet Club.Athletes changed direction at a swift pace, vigorous arm motions propelling them cross-court for an ex ...

NASCAR penalizes BMR team for infractions at Infineon

Two of three Bill McAnally Racing teams finished in the top 10 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Thunder Valley Casino Resort 200 on Saturday at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.Thre ...

Downtown Tuesday Nights canceled due to rain, possible thunder storms

Roseville’s popular Downtown Tuesday Nights has been canceled for tonight, due to windy and rainy conditions. The National Weather Service reports possible thunder storms and h ...

Biz Buzz: Local company will drive you in your car

Drivers in the Sacramento region have a new option when it comes to finding a designated driver, just in time for the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Roseville-based Driver Please ...

Placer County Fair gets cool temps, big crowds

More than 26,000 people embraced the “fair” weather this weekend visiting the Placer County Fair in Roseville. “Last year it was about 110 degrees, it was miserable,” sai ...

An ultrarunner is born

I’ve done many adventurous things in my life.I’ve traveled the world, fought fire in the Marine Corps, logged thousands of miles on my bike and climbed a few mountains ...

Man arrested for shooting gun on bike path

A man was arrested last week for allegedly firing a handgun along a popular Roseville bike path. According to police, George Matthew Premock, 20, of Roseville, was allegedly ridi ...

Two critically injured in auto accident

Seven people were injured, two critically, last week in a major auto collision on Douglas Boulevard. Roseville firefighters were required to use the Jaws of Life extrication tool ...

Residents rethink the future of downtown

Jennifer Bortz grew up in San Jose and participated in children’s theater throughout her youth, performing at a downtown theater surrounded by restaurants, hotels, shops and a pa ...

Tee time for local youth

Ashley Noda remembers what she did three years ago after hearing the disappointing news that her private high school in Sacramento was closing its doors: She went to a golf course. ...

Veteran Dry Creek administrator heads to Loomis

A longtime administrator with the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District is moving on to other pastures. Gordon Medd, a 19-year veteran with the district, will become the supe ...