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Christmas wish brings neighborhood together

Marlene Phipps recently found herself standing in her garage overlooking all the Christmas decorations. She just couldn’t bring herself to get organized for the holiday. She was ...

Helping in hard times

Imagine preparing Christmas dinner for 400 guests. In case you’re wondering, that means cooking 22 turkeys, 24 hams and 200 pounds of potatoes – a feat most would shy away from ...

News report leads to identification of missing Roseville woman

A citywide alert Wednesday to be on the lookout for a missing elderly woman likely helped identify the woman as safe and sound. Seventy-nine-year-old Donata Roble, who reportedly s ...

Steve Markas left mark on city's park system

Steve Markas, a longtime Roseville parks superintendent whose tenure coincided with some of the biggest additions to the city’s parks department, has died. He was 84. Markas died ...

Infrastructure project loans halted by state

A state panel that oversees loans for public works voted Wednesday to stop financing nearly all infrastructure projects in California, halting nearly $4 billion in loans for everyt ...

New calendar gets high schools on same page

For the first time in years, all high schools in the Roseville Joint Union High School District are about to be on the same page, schedule-wise. Trustees this week approved a calen ...

New additions at library to please Western fans, special-needs readers

The Roseville Public Library recently announced additions to two collections, appealing to the sight-impaired and devotees of the Western. Lovers of the classic American cowboy ge ...