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Chinese dishes to excite the taste buds

In 1968, my wife and I lived in San Francisco. Mr. Takahashi, a Japanese businessman, owned a store in Ghirardelli Square. He had a love of fine Chinese food and invited us to dinn ...

Second victim of car collision dies

Another passenger involved in a Feb. 24 car collision on Sunrise Avenue in front of the Spaghetti Factory died Feb. 27, police said. Wilma Hauser, 88, of Roseville, one of four occ ...

Police investigate gunshot fired into unoccupied car

Police are looking for a person who fired a gun into an unoccupied car late Feb. 14 or early Feb. 15 on Sebastian Way in Roseville. An investigation by the Roseville Police Departm ...

Man dies in single-car accident

A man who was found in his upside-down vehicle in a Roseville creek the morning of Feb. 28 died later that afternoon, police officials said. Tony Raintimee, 21, of Sacramento was s ...

Illegals to face trial in Auburn

It has taken nearly three years, but it appears two men accused of tying up a couple and setting their Roseville house on fire in 2004 will face a jury trial as early as April in a ...

Residents voice concerns to assemblyman

Health care and transportation were the hot topics Tuesday at a town hall meeting held by state Assemblyman Ted Gaines at his Roseville district office. Standing on a chair to addr ...

911 tapes in Artest case made public

Sacramento Kings star Ron Artest reportedly slapped and grabbed a 29-year-old victim of domestic violence prior to her calling 911 for help. Artest was arrested Monday following an ...

Another upscale sets sail

Rejoice, Roseville foodies: The long wait is finally over. Locals now have a new place to get their cuisine on, following the Feb. 28 opening of Nugget Market, located at the Park ...

DUI checkpoint Friday night

Drunk Drivers beware. The Roseville Police Department will hold a DUI checkpoint Friday in Roseville and they want you to know about it. "We try to publicize enforcement activities ...

Long winter nights about to get shorter

Priests are always the first to know. When your line of work requires you to address your "clientele" first thing Sunday morning, chances are someone in the congregation will forge ...

Hannah Rose inspires runner to go extra mile

Adam Horwitz never thought he would be one of "those" stories. The Southern California native had run a marathon before, and had heard tales of people who were running them for per ...

Ax to fall on CompUSA

Say "bye-bye" to Rose-ville's CompUSA, one of 126 of the Dallas-based retailer's computer stores to get the axelast week. Officials said the closures are part of a "realignment" th ...

Business Briefs

Gutierrez named 'Volunteer of the Year' Sofia Gutierrez was dubbed Volunteer of the Year by the Sacramento Hispanic Cham-ber of Commerce at its 35th annual business banquet recentl ...

New year ? and a new start

When Steve Schubauer's long career with Artisan Glassworks came to an end late last year, the logical step was for him to start his own glass shop. In January, Schubauer opened 306 ...

Placer considers auto theft task force

Fernanda Diridoni is mad. She knows she wasn't supposed to leave the back door of her garage open. But when she did the night of Feb. 23, her car - an olive green 1985 Chevrolet Ce ...