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Hewlett Packard Roseville layoff impact unclear

Hewlett-Packard announced plans today to layoff roughly 24,600 employees -- but it's still unclear what effect could be felt at the company's substantial Roseville operations. The ...

Homeless find refuge via Gathering Inn

The lost and forgotten homeless with no means to pay for shelter come to The Gathering Inn in Roseville. They include women with children, veterans, and individuals from all walks ...

Recovery Happens for park celebrants

Speakers gave recovery testimonials and Dudley and the Doo-Rights band played at the Recovery Happens 2008 celebration on Saturday at Auburn Recreation Park. Not only is September ...

Placer judge named state Jurist of the Year

If there is an equivalent feeling to being named Jurist of the Year, Judge Richard Couzens might have something in common with Hollywood movie stars. The Judicial Council of Cali ...

Woodcreek High presents annual benefit show

Woodcreek High School’s performing arts department is presenting its 4th annual benefit show, Sept. 17. This year’s concert will benefit the Woodcreek High School Mainstage Th ...

Struggling economy cancels Down syndrome walk

The Roseville-based National Down Syndrome Coalition’s third annual Buddy Walk that was slated for Saturday has been canceled, the organization said this week. Heather Haskin, th ...

‘Ragtime’ sublime

What a difference a century makes. The Magic Circle Theatre’s production of “Ragtime: The Musical” is an ambitious undertaking that chronicles the lives and times of three di ...

Marriage form spurs debate

Gideon and Rachel Codding say they weren’t looking to start a big political row when they made a snap decision at the county clerk’s office: writing in “bride” and “groom ...

Roseville Police out in force to educate on bike safety

The Roseville Police Department traffic and youth services officers patrolled near three of Roseville’s middle schools this past week educating students and adult cyclists alike ...