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Placer eyes stimulus funds for Roseville bottleneck

Placer County transportation officials are trying to find a way to make Joe Barilari’s life a little easier a little sooner. Barilari, a trucker from Los Angeles, passed through ...

Snow plans this weekend? Read on!

Now that the skies and roads are clear, it’s going to be a lot easier to get up the hill to enjoy all the snow recent systems have dumped in the Sierra. And, as if the promise ...

Madsen murder case goes to jury

For the second time, Caleb Madsen’s fate is in the hands of a jury. After four weeks of testimony, six men and six women on Thursday began deliberations to determine whether the ...

Union Pacific to perform routine testing of emergency sirens

The Union Pacific Railroad will be performing routine testing of the emergency warning sirens in the rail yard in Roseville Friday, March 6, 2009. The testing will take place betw ...

Parks feel economic pain

Roseville residents will have to get their peanut and Cracker Jack fix somewhere else as the adult baseball program sponsored by the city won’t make its way onto the field this s ...

Multi-vehicle accident blocks I-80 lanes

Seven motorists were reportedly taken to area hospitals after three apparent two-car accidents slowed Interstate 80 Tuesday afternoon. As the rain came down Tuesday, emergency re ...

Teresa Shannon, longtime store owner, dies

Teresa Shannon, a local resident and owner of Shannon’s Interiors recently passed away unexpectedly. She was 81. Shannon died Feb.19 of a heart attack, according to her famil ...

Make sure your business meets labor law requirements

Is your business in compliance with all of the 2009 Labor Law requirements? Through our partnership with the California Chamber of Commerce, the Roseville Chamber can make availa ...

The people have spoken: Don’t change the plan

Feb. 11, 2009 marked the beginning of the end of Kirk Ulher’s political career. More than 300 residents painfully watched as Uhler laid a political egg the size of his single-mi ...

Approval for adjustments in utility rates sought

To maintain our reliable service, Roseville Electric and Environmental Utilities will be asking the City Council this month to approve water, wastewater and sewer rate adjustments ...

Libraries pack big fun for small cash

Lily Allen’s newest CD: $0 Renting “High School Musical 3” on DVD: $2 Downloaded e-copy of “Pride and Prejudice” on your MP3 player: $0 Hours of entertainment knowing you ...

PTC mom: 'I did the wrong thing'

A woman who pleaded no contest to embezzling thousands from her children’s school apologized to the community last week in her first public comments on the case, calling the expe ...

Goto Park to be dedicated this weekend

George Goto turned 83 this week. But last Monday, he could be forgiven for sounding a few decades younger. “Awesome,” Goto said, staring for the very first time at the complete ...

Cops arrest 20 in Old Town Roseville

A wild night in Old Town Roseville resulted in 20 arrests, mostly for disorderly conduct, according to Roseville Police. Police booked 18 people on charges of disorderly conduct an ...