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Brown puts business interests at top of his agenda

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the last in a series of Press Tribune profiles of the six candidates for Roseville City Council. All profiles are available online at www.rosevillept.com. ...

Four candidates running for Roseville Joint Union High School District

In recent years, the Roseville Joint Union High School District has been at the forefront of launching progressive academic programs. And the district’s students continue to perf ...

Capital Valley Conference

2010-11 Capital Valley Conference (through Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010)     League games Overall Casa Roble 0-0 2-1 Rio Linda ...

Woodcreek educator named Teacher of the Year

Woodcreek High School teacher Kathryn Eisenhower has been selected as Placer County’s 2010 Teacher of the Year from a field of nine nominees. She teaches Advanced Placement Lite ...

Driver killed in head-on crash was Roseville resident

The man killed in a head-on collision Thursday after he fled Roseville Police in a stolen vehicle has been identified as 28-year-old Calvin Lee Tooker, of Roseville. The driver he ...

Two local artists' work featured in art auction

Ingrid Guttman once painted a portrait of a pelican that became one of her favorite creations. “It turned out accidentally beautiful,” she says. But Guttman sold the painting ...

Roseville grads to walk Saturday

The University of Phoenix Sacramento Valley campuses, with a location in Roseville, will graduate more than 1,500 students Saturday. The commencement ceremony takes place at Arco ...

Police pursuit ends in fatal head-on crash

A man is dead after he rammed head-on into a van carrying four children and a female caregiver after fleeing Roseville police, law enforcement officials said Thursday. The other pa ...

Placer Adult Literacy Service Celebrates 25 Years

Placer County Library Literacy Specialist Paula Westeren brought together adult learners, reading coaches, and literacy supporters and advocates for an evening at the Rocklin Commu ...

Kaiser Roseville donates back-to-school supplies

Kaiser Roseville employees recently collected 30 backpacks. They also gathered 16 large boxes worth of pencils, binders, erasers, crayons, calculators, glue sticks, tennis shoes, ...

New Life center offers pregnancy help

Unplanned pregnancies have been popping up for millennia. Today places like New Life Pregnancy Resource Center help calm, educate and prepare many worried individuals facing an un ...

Credit fraud linked to Paul Martin's restaurant

A recent spike in credit fraud linked to Paul Martin's American Bistro has prompted Roseville Police to enlist the help of the Secret Service and remind consumers to protect t ...

Candidates agree: more jobs, businesses needed in Roseville

Jobs and the local economy dominated the discussion during a forum Tuesday for candidates running for Roseville City Council. The phrase “Roseville is open for business” was s ...

Sting singles out 11 for unlicensed contracting

A sting operation targeting unlicensed contractors in Roseville on Sept. 8 and 9 yielded citations and notices to appear for 10 people, the Contractors State License Board announce ...

In a recession, a homeless camp comes and goes

Bags of chips and Skittles, a cap gun, toothpaste, a three-person tent, and clothes blanketed by a sleeping bag lie discarded in a field where homeless people recently set up camp. ...