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Roseville youth join fight against trafficking with ‘Run for Freedom’

Roseville-area high school senior Haley Mitchell and a group of teenage girls are intent on doing their part to fight human trafficking. Locals can join them in that mission on Mar ...

Roseville’s Maidu Center to host ‘Water Wise’ fair March 5

Are you tired of brown lawns and droopy plants in your yards and neighborhoods?  On Saturday, March 5 the Maidu Museum in Roseville will host a Water Wise Fair on how to creat ...

Roseville adjusts to changes in tax trends

The Roseville City Council was informed this month that there will be upcoming changes in the city’s budget planning process for 2017, specifically as it pertains to tax reve ...

Roseville City School District mum on principal’s resignation

Principal Brent Mattix submitted a letter of resignation earlier this month from his position at Thomas Jefferson Elementary in Roseville, and the reason is being kept confidential ...

Unbroken: Roseville MMA studio powers through impact of major burglary

Dave Marinobles knows his martial arts studio is about a lot more than one piece of gold hooked to a strap of leather. So when media descended on his business last week in the wake ...

Roseville loses Downtown Tuesday Nights for 2016

The Downtown Roseville Merchants Association announced Wednesday that the city’s popular Downtown Tuesday Nights series will be canceled this coming summer. According to the ...

Roseville author chronicles 20 years teaching in prison

To meet teacher and author Toni Ukkerd Carter is almost a meditation on contradictions. She’s warm, friendly, charming and brims with motherly love for those around her and y ...

Pilgrimage: Rocklin at forefront of Placer's upcoming ‘sister county’ trip to China

A Placer County delegation is looking for a few good travelers – sojourners who can help raise money for Sierra College students while opening economic and cultural doorways ...

A Granite Bay family’s glittering reach

A Victorian writer once mused that “a happy family is an early Heaven.” For years one Granite Bay family has been proving their own upbeat synergy is a winning business ...

Roseville tackles issues with public safety radio

Roseville is moving forward with a project that will eventually replace its 800-megahertz radio system. According to city IT network analyst Karl Grover, the system is the “ ...

Roseville filmmaker at home on the streets

Most storytellers have heard the adage “write what you know,” but for self-taught filmmaker Adam Jones, that’s a prescription for an unusual tale. And he’d ...

Businesses throw Roseville homeless couple ‘dream wedding’

No one hesitated. No one needed much explanation. When Suzi Baxter began approaching Roseville’s business community about a couple who’d been knocked into homelessness ...

Roseville’s Dave Mason draws admiration in and out of the radio world

Dave Mason is sitting in front of his microphone at Sports 1140 KHTK in Sacramento, finishing his final segment of the morning show, where he, co-host Carmichael Dave and producer ...

Wild Bill’s preps for 15th Tattoo-A-Thon in Roseville for children’s center

Twenty-five artists have volunteered to once again make Wild Bill’s Tattoo shop in Roseville a center of raising money for suffering children in the region. Bill Hill and his ...

Roseville martial arts center hit with ‘smash and grab’ burglary

A thief did not have the courage to try it when Kung Fu expert Dave Marinobles or any of his eight black belt instructors were there, but nonetheless on Thursday morning someone sh ...