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Avoid foreclosure – help available

Realtors build communities in part by expanding homeownership opportunities and getting people into homes of their own. Those are noble goals, but helping homeowners stay in thei ...

Superintendent tells all about charter school

Editor's Note: The Loomis Union School District will open a new charter school this August. District superintendent Paul Johnson recently sat down with reporter Joyia Emard to answ ...

Small touches, big plans in the works

As is the case in homes and neighborhoods throughout Roseville, the holiday season is a special and festive time in Downtown Roseville. Holiday banners, Christmas decorations, brig ...

Roseville Quilters produce comfort

Chilly December nights call for comfort and nothing says comfort like a homemade quilt. Just ask the dedicated women of the Roseville Quilters Guild. The group was founded in 1989 ...

Irvine Foundation grants funds to local arts group

Two months ago, the James Irvine Foundation announced a major grant to Roseville's longtime community theater troupe, designed, in part, to help the group diversify its audience. N ...

'Tip a Cop' earns top dollar for Special Olympics

The Roseville Police and Placer County Sheriff's departments have been working overtime recently, but not on their usual beat. Several employees from both departments worked Dec. 5 ...

Home for the night

With less than a week before Christmas, many Roseville and Granite Bay residents are putting the finishing touches on their holiday get-togethers, grocery shopping for their holida ...

Eureka superintendent announces retirement

Eureka Union School District Superintendent Bob Schultz will retire at the end of the academic year, ending 36 years in the education business - the last four as head of the nine-s ...

Strawberry Festival bids adieu

It was sweet while it lasted. But after 17 years, the Placer County Strawberry Festival has yielded its final fruit. Officials confirmed last week the annual Roseville event that h ...

Pedaling for presents

For Granite Bay resident Mike Brown, 2007 was a landmark year - one in which he celebrated his 50th birthday, his 25th wedding anniversary and took a long walk-bike ride to his off ...