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Council vows to keep jail open in budget talks

Roseville City Council voiced strong opposition Monday to a proposal to close the city jail, directing staff instead to get creative about generating revenue and saving money. Clo ...

Dave & Buster’s doors open to welcoming crowds

The Fountains’ latest newcomer celebrated its grand opening Monday morning with hundreds of people attending. Dave & Buster’s officially opened its doors at 11:30 a.m. and g ...

City looks to shore up $11 million budget shortfall

Roseville residents have the chance to voice their concerns about the City of Roseville’s budget situation at a public forum Monday. During the meeting, city staff will present ...

Town hall meeting seeks ideas to keep jobs

Two local elected officials will host a town hall meeting on how to keep and attract jobs in Placer County. Placer County Supervisor Rocky Rockholm and Assemblyman Ted Gaines, R-R ...

Walk against arthritis

At 15 years old, Starla Weaver experienced aches in the joints of her hand. “It happened really fast,” Weaver said. “My fingers went from a little sore to being totally stif ...

Shake up the perfect margarita

Cristian Lara believes there’s only one right way to make a margarita. He’s perfected the process during his job as a bartender at Tres Agaves Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Loun ...

Latin beat band Luv Taxi kicks off Downtown Tuesday Nights

Downtown Tuesday Nights kicks off this week on Vernon Street in Roseville. “We are extremely excited to be having Downtown Tuesday Nights again this year,” said Scott Alvord, ...

Girl Scout earns Silver Award for eco-friendly project

Jamie Reich attended Roseville’s Celebrate the Earth festival with no idea of what awaited her later that afternoon. The Woodcreek High School freshman was in for a pleasant sur ...

Students unearth history

Thirty-three years ago, a forward-thinking teacher named Louise Stephenson buried a time capsule. On April 16, students at Greenhills Elementary School in Granite Bay unearthed the ...