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No retrial for Buzzetta

A Placer County judge has denied a Roseville man a new trial after allegations that a juror may have been drunk or sleeping during proceedings. David Harrison Buzzetta, 22, was co ...

Transient found dead in Roseville Square

Transient found dead in Roseville Square Police are investigating the death of transient’s whose body was discovered in Roseville Square on Wednesday morning. Dee Dee Gunth ...

Chamber blows out 25 candles at Roseville 2010

What is 25 years old and going strong? Roseville 2010 scheduled for Thursday on the Hewlett-Packard campus. I have an exciting addition to an already great lineup that day to sha ...

Fire strikes Autumn Oaks apartments

Roseville firefighters responded to a fire that destroyed at least one apartment and might have damaged others in the Autumn Oaks apartments Tuesday. No one was injured in the blaz ...

Friends, neighbors remember Eric McGhee

People are remembering Eric McGhee as a good husband and devoted father, a true friend and a man who loved to help people – even if they were complete strangers. “He’d be w ...

Kerridge ready to take the helm as Roseville's new city manager

Roseville’s new City Manager Ray Kerridge plans to “do nothing” during his first couple months in office. By “nothing,” Kerridge actually means he’s going to focus on ...

School board approves layoff notices

Stephanie Soehn couldn’t wrap her mind around the difference between DNA and another type of molecule called RNA. The Antelope High School student had missed class for a doctor ...

City council approves plans for Sierra Vista Communities

Grasslands on Roseville’s western edge will eventually be paved over to make room for 6,650 homes in a master-planned development called Sierra Vista Communities. Roseville City ...

Strawberry festival draws in 15,500 visitors

For the second year in a row, the Roseville Strawberry Festival pulled in the crowds. On Monday morning, event organizer John Javidan said more than 15,500 people came through th ...

State raids local redevelopment funds

More than $2 million intended for job creation, economic growth and urban revitalization in Roseville is now headed to the state of California. The City of Roseville Redevelopment ...

Woodcreek High kids' camp

Woodcreek High School's Athletic Department is proud to announce that registration is now available for its eighth annual Kids’ Camp. The camp is designed for students enter ...

Should we be one nation under God?

It’s the National Day of Prayer and the government wants you to pray. For some Americans, it is not a big issue. For some people like Geneva Easley, 88, celebrating the National ...

Seniors - did you get into your top school?

As the 2010 school year comes to a close, seniors reminisce on the stress of applications and offer advice to incoming seniors. Apart from junior year, senior year is one of the ...