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Keeping the mowers running

- Editor's note: This is the second of an occasional series of community profiles published in The Press-Tribune. If you would like to suggest someone in the Roseville or Granite B ...

Filipino Christmas celebration in Roseville

Pinoy Pasko, the Filipino Christmas celebration, will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8 in Johnson Hall at the Placer County Fairgrounds, 800 All America City Blvd. in Roseville. Sa ...

First property tax payment due Dec. 10

Placer County Treasurer-Tax Collector Jenine Windes-hausen is reminding property owners that they have until 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10 to make the first installment of their annual pr ...

Chamber endorses Dry Creek school bond measure

The Roseville Chamber Board has voted unanimously to support Measure E - the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District measure, which will be on your Feb. 5 ballot. What is Meas ...

Roseville residents warned of fake solicitation phone calls

Roseville residents reported receiving phone solicitation calls this week from people claiming to be associated with the fire department. The solicitor requests donations, in the ...

Roseville missionaries help Nigerian villagers

More than a year ago, Valley Springs Presbyterian church in Roseville sent missionaries to Zing, Nigeria, hoping to spread the word of God to the locals. But the church members fou ...

New Ridgeview principal 'returning home'

When Becky Bickford retires as principal of Ridgeview Elementary School in just a few weeks, she knows she's leaving the school in good hands. Those hands belong to Patrice McCallu ...

School News & Notes

Cruise 4 Your School benefits Woodcreek High Future Ford of Roseville has chosen Woodcreek High School's booster program as its beneficiary for the Ford Motor Company's Cruise 4 Y ...

Wreck on the highway

John Crabtree, 51, of Fair Oaks was arrested on suspicion of driving a commercial vehicle while under the influence of alcohol after rolling his triple-axle septic truck. The accid ...

Check it out

Within minutes of Roseville's newest library opening its doors for regular business hours this week, 4-year-old Anna Courshon and her brother James, 6, had already found something ...