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Welcome to their nightmare

The Martin family of Roseville is hosting an open house this weekend, but beware - it's not for the weak of heart or stomach. Visitors might notice something's a little, well, spoo ...

Garcia charged with murder of missing woman

Mario F. Garcia, 53, was arrested on suspicion of murder Friday morning in connection with the disappearance of 27-year-old Christie Wilson. "I can only assume the evidence exceeds ...

To bee ... or not to bee

George Bleekman has a sweet pastime - a real honey of a hobby. If someone wanted to give him hives, he would be pleased. Yes, the retired teacher raises bees. Bleekman considers hi ...

Measure H heats up heading into vote

Though merely an advisory measure on whether or not to place a private university in West Placer County, Measure H is spurring strong feelings from both supporters and critics. The ...

Sutter Roseville in negotiations with SEIU

Contract negotiations are under way between Sutter Roseville Medical Center and the Service Employees International Union Local 250. Those affected include 508 service and technic ...

Salvation Army recruits for holidays

Volunteering for the Salvation Army during the upcoming holiday season is as easy as ringing a bell. The Salvation Army's Roseville site has sent out its call for volunteers to as ...

Roseville Electric wins most reliable award for fifth time

Roseville Electric has nabbed its fifth consecutive annual award as a municipal power provider for utilities serving less than 100,000 customers. The award was given by PA Consulti ...

Remodeling store opens in Granite Bay

Residents looking to remodel now have a place close to home to shop. Kitchen and Stone Gallery located in the Granite Bay Village Shopping Center has been open about two weeks and ...

Downtown Roseville site of Thursday's Family Fun Night

Hats off to the city's Redevelopment Agency for the fabulous three-day workshop that was put on earlier this month by RBF Urban Design. The workshop provided an excellent, interac ...

Red Ribbon rappin'

If you want kids to learn about the danger of using drugs, leave it up to the big kids. They won't just teach - they'll rap. "You're too smart to start, listen to your heart, you k ...

Lending a helping hand to students

Call them the honorary class moms or fairy godmothers of Cirby Elementary School's first grade classes. Elizabeth Wolting and her two daughters, Alicia Livesay and Michelle Woltin ...

playing the traffic game

Like many who drive through Roseville, Don Morris has his own list of maps and shortcuts in his head when figuring out how to best navigate the city streets. That's especially the ...

Railroad tragedy remembered

A monument was unveiled Saturday commemorating 11 Southern Pacific railroad workers who died in an April 8, 1935, collision between a gravel car and their car as it was returning f ...

Scam artist sentenced for selling fraudulent investments

A Los Angeles man was sentenced to four years behind bars after pleading guilty to bilking investors - including a Granite Bay resident - out of thousands of dollars. Wayne Keith R ...

Salvation Army recruits for holidays

Volunteering for the Salvation Army during the upcoming holiday season is as easy as ringing a bell. The Salvation Army's Roseville site has sent out its call for volunteers to as ...