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Celebrated artist’s painting to sell for regional Symphony

A prominent California artist passed away two weeks ago, just after donating one of his final pieces to be auctioned off at an upcoming fundraiser for the Folsom Symphony. A scrap ...

Granite Bay’s ‘Showhouse’ breaks traditional design molds

Paul Hills, president of the Hills Group, is challenging traditional home designs by creating floor plans that break the design mold. “There was a time when people wanted fo ...

New Roseville restaurateur looks to help those hanging from Crush 29

Roseville’s Napa-themed Crush 29 restaurant is out of business following a late-August eviction. Abolghassem “Abe” Alizadeh, owner of Crush 29, has had several b ...

Rocklin-area wineries prep for ‘Red’ fall

California is weeks away from autumn’s color-flurry brushing the hills with apricot leaves and early sunsets; and Rocklin’s most attractive wine hubs are preparing for ...

Laws could change for child abuse reporters

A bill passed by the California legislature strengthening how child abuse is reported at schools awaits the governor’s signature. Twenty-five percent of reports of child abu ...

Defense asks for clemency in Roseville Norteño gang threat case

A Placer County Superior Court judge refused to dismiss sentence enhancements on Aug. 27 for three out of four defendants convicted of committing crimes in Roseville for the Norte& ...

Roseville police seek information on suspected burglar

Roseville police are looking for an unidentified man last seen in the Cirby Ranch area. The suspect was last seen on Cambridge Court at 7:22 a.m., after a resident called to report ...

‘Spice’ that caused Roseville man’s death uncommon, unregulated, unsafe

The family of Roseville native Connor Eckhardt told the LA Times that no more than a single hit of “spice,” a synthetic substitute for marijuana, killed him last month ...

Roseville pedestrian killed by her own vehicle

Roseville police have released information about a local woman who was reportedly killed by her own car after it ran her over the week prior on Aug. 22. According to Roseville pol ...

Journal CEO announces new roles for 2 Auburn journalists

Two journalists have assumed new roles with the Auburn Journal and Gold Country Media, CEO Jeremy Burke announced Wednesday. Penne Usher, who previously worked as a reporter for t ...