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A family is born as National Adoption Day arrives

Petra Collamer has been mother to Lilly for 13 months, but only Thursday did it become official. She signed adoption papers for her former foster child, ending months of bracing ...

Children's show goes on

The show must go on. That’s the sentiment expressed by many community members, parents, children and theatergoers in response to the decision by Civic Theatre West to cease oper ...

Jury assesses deputy who punched other dog owner

The prosecution gave an opening punch Wednesday in the trial of a Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy who hit a civilian while off duty. Placer County prosecutor Kate Scarborough ...

Manzanita Cemetery vandalized

More than 150 gravesites at Manzanita Cemetery were vandalized this week. Headstones, fences and flower vases were knocked over and several stones were broken. Some of the headston ...

Reel excitement rolls into Rocklin

Workers are putting the finishing touches on the brand new, state of the art Blue Oaks Cinema 16 theaters off Highway 65 and Blue Oaks Boulevard scheduled to open at midnight Thurs ...

Senior suffers heart attack, internal bleeding from crash

An elderly man is in critical condition after a car crash Wednesday, though he showed no physical injuries on scene. Donald Ray, who lives in Sun City Roseville, suffered internal ...

Have a grand time on this year's Holiday Home Tour

A grand Victorian mansion, hidden away in rural Loomis, will open its doors to the pub-lic for just one day during the Loomis Basin Holiday Home Tour. The three-story, 7,100-squar ...

JCPenney to reopen at Galleria Friday

JCPenney will reopen its newly renovated store in Westfield Galleria at Roseville Friday, Nov. 19. Closed since Oct. 21 due to smoke and water damage from a fire inside the mall, ...

Rally Friday to save Civic Theatre West

The community is invited to help save Civic Theatre West Friday, during a town hall meeting and support rally. Civic Theatre West ceased operations Nov. 10, citing debt of about $ ...

Diaper drive to help local mothers and babies

One mother’s devastating experience turned into a cause benefiting other mothers. Orangevale residents Brenna Krouse and her husband Rusty are working to help disadvantaged mothe ...