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Placer Land Trust walking tours begin March 28

A visit to vernal pools in rural Lincoln will begin the Treasured Landscape tours, a series of spring and summer walks through protected landscapes in the Central Valley and the Si ...

Fire truck delivered to Mexican community

Thanks to the Rotary Club of Roseville, a fire truck has been delivered to the small Mexican community of El Rosario, which is located near Mazatlan. El Rosario officials, headed ...

Public safety officials honored

Roseville Elks Lodge No. 2248 honored four local public safety officers at its annual awards banquet Saturday, Feb. 21. The awards were presented to officers from the Roseville Po ...

The recent wet weather, while good for the local drought situation, has put plans for pouring new sidewalks along Riverside Avenue on hold. “We need about a week of clear weather to pour concrete and we’ve really been hit with some rain, which does put t

Roseville City Council approved a four-year contract with Powerex Corporation recently to provide 5 percent of the city’s annual power needs. The contract, estimated at $19.4 m ...

Rain puts Riverside sidewalk project on hold

The recent wet weather, while good for the local drought situation, has put plans for pouring new sidewalks along Riverside Avenue on hold. “We need about a week of clear weathe ...

Granite Bay High hosts presentation on drug addiction, use presentation

Granite Bay High School’s health and safety department along with Citizens Advocating Safe and Healthy Youth, invite the community to a presentation on drug use and addiction. ...

Cops follow the trail – of beef jerky and cigarettes

Roseville police followed a trail of stolen loot to arrive at the location of the alleged burglars of a local mini mart. Jackpot Foodmart reported someone broke into the store at ...

Miles of Smiles keeps Roseville kids grinning

Ten-year-old Karla Gonzalez had plenty of reasons to smile last week. “It helps you protect your teeth so you don’t get stuff in them,” the Kaseberg student said after havin ...

Layoffs, buyouts approved by high school trustees

Now it’s the high school district’s turn to feel the pain. About 20 credentialed positions in the Roseville Joint Union High School District will receive layoff notices as offi ...

Charging for out-of-town wrecks coming

Bad news for those out-of-towners who have a vehicle accident in Roseville. Roseville City Council on Wednesday approved an ordinance authorizing out-of-towner’s insurance compa ...

Services, fund set for plane crash victim

Services are Saturday for a Roseville man killed in last weekend’s Rio Linda plane crash. A memorial will be held 2-5 p.m. March 7 at Diamond K Mobile Home Park for Gary Maack, 5 ...

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 ...