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CarMax to lay off 20 in Roseville

Stung by a major sales slowdown in cars and trucks, CarMax announced today it would eliminate more than 600 positions across the country – including 20 layoffs at its Roseville d ...

McClintock “absolutely opposed” to $700 billion bailout

Fourth District congressional candidate Tom McClintock said Tuesday he’s “absolutely opposed to a taxpayer bailout of bad Wall Street investments.” McClintock, a state senato ...

4th District foes target long-standing issues

It’s deja vu time with a twist of the political knife in the race to succeed John Doolittle as congressman. Fourth District congressional candidates Charlie Brown and Tom McClint ...

Roseville hosts 15th annual Chili Cook-Off

Roseville Parks and Recreation and Roseville Crime Stoppers are hosting the 15th annual Chili Cook-Off 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3 at the Maidu Community Center located at 1550 ...

Oakmont hosts Walnut Creek gridiron power

No one can accuse Oakmont High School varsity football coach Dale Mortensen of shying away from a challenge. The Vikings will be severely tested on Friday night in their home stad ...

Little League merger planned

Seventeen years after they were split because of explosive growth, the two Little Leagues that serve the east side of Roseville will reunite for the 2009 spring baseball season. I ...

New voice, new look for sports scene

As a youngster growing up in Roseville, I always dreamed of a job in which I could be paid for watching sports. During my playing days in Roseville Little League or on the soccer t ...

Roseville Bikefest promotes safe cycling for kids

Get your kids on their bikes and into action at Roseville Bikefest Oct. 4, an annual bike safety event organized by the Roseville PedalSafe Committee. From 9 a.m. until noon, fami ...

Three new faces at your local newspaper

The Granite Bay and Roseville Press-Tribune newspapers this week announced several staff changes in the areas of local sports and news. Kurt Johnson, a veteran of the local sports ...

Council candidates have different views on issues

In just a few weeks Roseville voters will cast their ballots for their choice of candidates for the city council. There are three spots available that will make up the five-person ...

Making their voices count

Give this much to Generation iPod: When it comes to world events, they’re anything but apathetic. The bailout. Russia’s military intentions. The quandary over health care. Th ...

Doolittle, Brown address bailout, the meltdown

U.S. Rep. John Doolittle was one of the opponents Monday of the government’s financial bailout plan, voting against a move that he said doesn’t solve the underlying problems th ...

Roseville Police investigates weekend carjacking

A 63-year old Roseville man was robbed of his vehicle Saturday morning in the 100 block of Atkinson Street. The Sacramento Police Department found the victim's vehicle the next da ...

Emergency warning sirens to be tested Friday, Oct. 3

The Union Pacific Railroad will be performing routine testing of the emergency warning sirens in the rail yard in Roseville Friday, Oct. 3. The testing will take place between the ...

Roseville accident causes road closures

The Roseville Police and Fire Departments are at the scene of a major injury traffic collision on Harding Boulevard (aka Galleria Boulevard) between Lead Hill Boulevard and Atlanti ...