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Roseville to revitalize downtown with $37 million in projects

Roseville’s downtown will be primed for a renaissance once the economy improves if the city prioritizes redevelopment now, officials say. The Roseville City Council took a m ...

Golden Eagles aim to settle scores

The Del Oro High volleyball team had its best season yet last year. But the Golden Eagle’s 28-6 record overall wasn’t enough to unseat the Sac-Joaquin Division II Section Champ ...

Krispy Kreme coming back to Roseville

For devoted fans of Krispy Kreme doughnuts, it’s been a long five years. Locals who enjoy the deep-fried, glazed sweet treat can mourn no more as an Albuquerque-based franchisee ...

Updated plan to keep PFE Road open

Despite surpassing its maximum allowed traffic volume, PFE Road will remain open after the Placer County Board of Supervisors approved an updated transportation plan last week. At ...

Pentathlon fundraiser for young widower

The Greater Sunrise Softball Association will host a softball Pentathlon Sunday, Aug. 21 to aid Victor Rodriguez, a honeymooner who suffered major injuries during a parasailing acc ...

Softball fundraiser Saturday for parasailing accident victim

The Greater Sacramento Softball Association will hold a softball Pentathlon to aid Victor Rodriguez, an employee of Sunrise Parks and Recreation. Rodriguez married Crystal earlier ...

Kings offering four new ticket plans

The Sacramento Kings on Thursday will begin offering four new ticket plans for the 2011-12 NBA season: flex, big game, weekend and half season.“We’ve listened carefully ...

Rollover crash blocks traffic on Douglas Boulevard

Traffic remains backed up on Douglas Boulevard in Granite Bay as the California Highway Patrol investigates a vehicle accident near Seeno Avenue. According to CHP spokesman David ...

Roseville's Susac signs with Giants

Andrew Susac of Roseville, the second-round pick of the San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft in June, signed with the World Series champion ...