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Roseville High newspaper wins national award

Evidently preparing for their futures, the student journalists behind Eye of the Tiger, Roseville High School’s student-run newspaper, have proven their mettle in an exceptio ...

Placer County exploring new rules for ‘boutique’ wineries

New proposed rules are attempting to balance Placer County desires to help develop a viable winemaking industry and concerns of neighbors over the intrusion of noise, traffic and o ...

Food Bank to host charity run in Rocklin

In an attempt to raise money for a program it started last year, Placer Food Bank will host its first-ever Run for Compassion next month at Johnson-Springview Park in Rocklin. The ...

Roseville speeds up biz permits for Downtown

Business and property owners in Roseville may soon face significantly reduced time and costs when obtaining operational permits for the Downtown area, as well as for temporary comm ...

Roseville’s Monk’s Cellar prays to the altar of beer art

Monk’s Cellar is looking to make its mark on Downtown Roseville, and it’s using an open, austere elegance — with centuried bricks, chocolate Old World oak and vau ...

Former Roseville High football star arrested for murder

Police detectives from Salem, Ore. announced yesterday that they have arrested Beau Smith on murder charges, stemming from the violent death of a 66-year-old. Smith was a well-know ...

Details emerge: Rocklin Unified knew about child abuse complaints

Since filing claims against Rocklin Unified School District on Oct. 27 for the alleged physical and psychological abuse of their children by a special education teacher, a few pare ...

Lyft fatality in Roseville draws national attention

Shane Holland died in a fatal car accident on Interstate 80 near Roseville in the early morning hours of Nov. 1 — a collision that has draw wide attention since Holland was a ...

Placer ex-deputy’s plea could lead to no jail in sex-with-minor case

ROSEVILLE – Once lauded as a hero, an ex-Placer County sheriff’s deputy pleaded no contest today to a single felony charge of having unlawful sex with a minor. Kenneth ...

Placer mental health workers look to change perceptions

For the women and men charged with helping heal mental illness in Placer County, the public conversation sometimes seems surrounded by fear, stigma and misunderstanding. And that p ...