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Roseville planning commission looks at new flood standards

Due to its location in California’s Central Valley, the City of Roseville has until July 2 to adopt amendments to its flood plain regulations in order to be in compliance wit ...

Six families sue Rocklin Unified for special-ed child abuse

The families of six special education students at Breen Elementary School filed a joint lawsuit last week against Rocklin Unified School District, special education teacher Sherry ...

Cal Fish and Wildlife closes five miles of Sacramento River for fishing

A recommendation by the state Fish and Game Commission to close more than five miles of the Sacramento River to fishing was approved last week, making the halt to sportsmen activit ...

Roseville welcomes new Indian food truck to town

On Monday, the Roseville Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Siddivinayaka Catering Service, a new mobile food truck specializing in India food. Siddivinayaka&rs ...

Sutter nurses strike in Roseville

Dozens of registered nurses occupied the corner of Sunrise Avenue and Roseville Parkway with picket signs Thursday afternoon, striking in protest of what they believe are “un ...

Drought won’t dry up Placer County’s West Nile disease

The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District is marking the official start of the season by designating  this week as West Nile virus and Mosquito and Vector Control Awaren ...

Roseville snapshots from the 9th Annual Art Studio Trek

Art lovers got their fill of creativity on April 25 and 26 during the 9th Anniversary of South Placer County’s Art Studio Trek. The event featured 17 different artists from R ...

Placer gets ready for Big Day of Giving May 5

Placer County and Sacramento region residents will have 24 hours to “give where their heart is” in a special online giving challenge on May 5 to raise funds for local n ...

Roseville's Gathering Inn speaks out

In response to a report by Marbut, a San Antonio-based consulting firm, staff at Roseville’s Gathering Inn are looking to provide clarity on the facility’s operations, ...

TV pilot rolls cameras in Roseville

Not three weeks after the Placer-Lake Tahoe Film Office concluded its three-day film safety course in Roseville in hopes of preparing and attracting new productions, cameras were r ...