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Road reopens following fatal crash

A man riding his bike early this morning along Blue Oaks Boulevard was killed after colliding with a pickup truck, the Roseville Police Department is reporting. Police responded to ...

Granite Bay MAC hears comment on Enclave development

The Granite Bay Municipal Advisory Commission met Sept. 3 with the Pastor family returning for public comment on their proposed senior development called the Enclave at Granite Bay ...

Voters should receive sample ballots by Oct. 8

All Placer County registered voters should start checking their mailboxes for the Nov. 4, 2008 Presidential general election sample ballot pamphlet. Vote by mail ballots will begi ...

Woodcreek celebration

Woodcreek High School celebrated a week of spirit days during their Homecoming festivities held last week. Students were encouraged to dress up for Safari Day and Space Day, wra ...

CarMax to lay off 20 in Roseville

Stung by a major sales slowdown in cars and trucks, CarMax announced today it would eliminate more than 600 positions across the country – including 20 layoffs at its Roseville d ...

McClintock “absolutely opposed” to $700 billion bailout

Fourth District congressional candidate Tom McClintock said Tuesday he’s “absolutely opposed to a taxpayer bailout of bad Wall Street investments.” McClintock, a state senato ...

4th District foes target long-standing issues

It’s deja vu time with a twist of the political knife in the race to succeed John Doolittle as congressman. Fourth District congressional candidates Charlie Brown and Tom McClint ...

Roseville hosts 15th annual Chili Cook-Off

Roseville Parks and Recreation and Roseville Crime Stoppers are hosting the 15th annual Chili Cook-Off 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3 at the Maidu Community Center located at 1550 ...