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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 ...

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 ...

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with El Sombrero in Granite Bay

If you weren’t able to spend Spring Break in Mexico, no worries: You can enjoy authentic South-of-the-border cuisine right here in Granite Bay. Though service is quick, this ...

Rocklin senior assaulted by teen, 20-year-old

A group of young men violently assaulted a Rocklin senior, who has declined to share his name, earlier this month at Sierra Lakes mobile home community after he tried to stop them ...

Granite Bay man sentenced to prison for recklessly endangering aircraft

Granite Bay resident Edward Kuwata, the former operations manager of Weco Aerospace Systems, Inc., was sentenced Tuesday to one year in prison for conspiracy to destroy aircraft or ...

Firehouse Subs comes to Roseville

Roseville this week became the latest, but not the last, city in the greater Sacramento area to welcome a new Firehouse Subs restaurant. The award-winning fast-casual restaurant c ...

Home Town Hero series: Bob Hipwell

It was months past 9/11, the nation was reeling and we were amassing our forces in Kuwait, getting ready to launch a second invasion of Iraq. Our military command called it Operati ...

Drought may spell bad ‘fire season’ for Roseville, Granite Bay

The coming summer will be California’s second since Governor Jerry Brown declared a drought emergency in 2013. The hot, dry days that are ahead, know ominously as “fire ...