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Roseville bank hit after hours

A Citrus Heights man faces several burglary-related charges after allegedly breaking into a Douglas Boulevard bank early Monday morning. Hunter Santi, 35, was arrested in a landsc ...

Armed robber hits local Subway

An Elk Grove man was arrested Saturday for allegedly robbing a Subway sandwich shop near the corner of Foothills Boulevard and Baseline Road. Oleg Bool, 21, was taken into custody ...

Placer judge charged with abusing power

A Placer County judge and his lawyer plan to argue that he was looking out for the best interests of scared defendants when he called a man back into the courtroom to warn him. Th ...

Roseville solar company introduces "ArrayBot"

A Roseville robotics company is positioning itself at the forefront of what appears to be the solar technology wave of tomorrow. Inspired Solar Technologies, Incorporated, has rece ...

Roseville mother-daughter invited to Smithsonian

For as long as they can remember, Pauline and Lilly Sakai wondered about the painting that hung upstairs in their Roseville home. All they really knew about it was that Lilly’s h ...

‘Forgotten Patriots’ remembered

Residents researching African American and American Indian ancestors will have a new resource to use. Roseville’s Gold Trail Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution ...

Register those kindergartners

Eureka Union School District is opening its doors for incoming kindergartners beginning this week. School tours are currently underway to grant preschoolers and their parents a fir ...

‘Busy Bees’ get to the stitch in time

hile most bees busy themselves with making honey, this group of “Busy Bees” has an itch for the stitch. This past year, Quail Glen Elementary School has started up “The Bus ...

Woodcreek gym turns into the Pink Zone

With each passing year, the Woodcreek High breast cancer awareness night grows, both in community involvement and in popularity. On most nights when the girls basketball team ...

Nickels and dimes add up to hope for Haiti

Hoping to change the lives of victims in Haiti, for the last week students at Ridgeview Elementary School have been collecting change. Soda bottles turned piggy banks were stuffed ...