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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 ...

Recycling crashes in Rocklin, Placer County: rePlanet closes sites

Lines were long and customers were irritated at recycling sites across Placer County last week, as the California-based bottle-recycling company rePlanet had quietly closed 191 of ...

New Press Tribune Podcast episode! Roseville's Irish heritage and Woodcreek's stunt cheer team

Episode 7: Reporter Jorden Hales talks with PT editor Scott Thomas Anderson about Roseville's Irish heritage and all of the biggest St. Patrick's Day celebrations in t ...

Keeping small business alive in Granite Bay

The times and technology may have changed but the importance of quality products and service hasn’t. Only businesses with the highest standards can survive the ups and downs ...

Largest Roseville employee group settles on contract

After wrapping up negotiations with its police union, the city of Roseville also came to terms with its largest group of employees last week — some 399 of them. During a mee ...

Bass Man Begins: Roseville’s David Albertson keeps the speakers rumbling

Neurologists at McMaster University recently discovered that the human brain absorbs bass notes into the nervous system more directly than any sonic flare, drawing that pulsing res ...

Hawks to expand culinary success from Granite Bay to Downtown Sac

Molly Hawks, executive chef and co-owner of Hawks in Granite Bay, continually impresses fans with innovative menus and the freshest quality ingredients. That’s no surprise. W ...

New couple jumps into Roseville's downtown revitalization front with ‘Dash’ purchase

A Dash of Panache, Downtown Roseville’s award-winning tea parlor and cafe, is under new ownership. Well known business owner and community volunteer Scott Alvord has sold the ...

Placer wine ordinance update bottled up for now

The lengthy process for new rules for Placer County wineries is getting longer. With the potential for challenges to the adequacy of the environmental analysis in a negative decla ...

Roseville patient gets major surprise at Kaiser

Kituana Glover, a 17-year-old student who has been hospitalized for six months at Kaiser’s Roseville Women and Children’s Center, had a huge boost in her spirits on Jan ...

Oakmont High student transcripts stolen

The partial transcripts of 356 Oakmont High School students were stolen from a locked vehicle in San Francisco in January, and the school district is advising parents to watch for ...

Green, yellow, red signs to show Placer County eatery safety

A safe dinner out just got easier to predict in Placer County. Green placards will initially be going up in the next few weeks near the entrances to 1,600 restaurants, school cafe ...