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Granite Bay reloads for another section title push

The high school boys soccer season promises to be another competitive battle in the Roseville area.It’s a fresh start for teams that failed to make the postseason and a chanc ...

Woodcreek-Lincoln football opener is moved to Saturday

Woodcreek High School’s football season opener at Lincoln was postponed because of the propane fire this week and rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Lincoln.Also on Saturd ...

Comcast telecasts include two Granite Bay games

Comcast Hometown Network will televise 23 high school football games this season, including two Granite Bay contests.Granite Bay’s nonleague game Sept. 30 at Pittsburg will be te ...

‘Coach Billy’ touched hundreds of lives in local baseball, softball communities

Bill Schimpf, it seemed, knew every baseball and softball diamond in the greater Sacramento area. He knew plenty more throughout California and in all corners of the United States, ...

Casey takes over Roseville’s parks

As one might expect, Roseville’s new head of parks and recreation is an avid exerciser. Dominick Casey, 37, works out every morning before hitting up the office. It’s a routine ...

Roseville student grabbed on walk to school

An intermediate school student reported being grabbed by an unknown male when she was on a walking trail near Eich Intermediate School Thursday morning, according to a Roseville Po ...

Half million Placer residents rely on food bank

Placer Food Bank reached a record in 2010 — but not in a good way. More than 500,000 people used services from the food shelter, a 168 percent increase since 2007. The final ...

Businesses reopen, residents return home

Downtown Lincoln appeared to be back to normal Thursday afternoon after evacuees from a tanker fire returned to their homes and businesses reopened. An estimated 10,000 residents ...