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Granite Bay House Doctor fixes homes in need of some TLC

The doctor is in — but not to take your temperature or fix your aching knees. He’s here to see what ails your home. And if you want to take advantage of the rising hous ...

Local voices of the Holocaust share stories in Rocklin

On Thursday, Feb. 27, Margot Goldberg from Loomis/Palo Alto, Manny Hirschel from Roseville and Sy Karfiol from Roseville, will share their personal experiences as witnesses of the ...

Had a financial check-up lately?

The start of each year begins the season of resolutions — many of them pertaining to our health. But this is the perfect time to get a financial check-up, as well. Granite B ...

Furry friends provide support to those in need

From the tragic aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Connecticut to the stress and angst of finals week at Sacramento State University, friendly dogs in vests ...

Community members to receive leadership awards

Five community members will receive the Stand Up Placer Leadership Award recognizing them for their contributions toward ending domestic and sexual violence in Placer County. The a ...

In the Service: Hopelain completes Air Force basic training

Air Force Airman Justin S. Hopelain graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive eight-week pro ...

Granite Bay financial planner shares investment strategies

When it comes to financial and investment management, there is always some risk involved. “How much can I lose?” That’s a question Anton Bayer is prepared to answ ...

Counter-protestors show up to support Granite Bay High theater students

Love and hate were potentially going to battle it out Thursday evening at Granite Bay High School as theater students prepared to perform “The Laramie Project” inside a ...

Local boy wishes for diabetic alert dog

Nicholas Keim, a 7-year-old boy from Roseville, hopes to be one step closer to getting his own diabetic alert dog after this weekend. Nicholas, an only child, was born with Down s ...

Roseville developer Steve Pease died of undetermined causes

Steve Pease died of undetermined causes, according to a press release issued Tuesday by the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office. Pease, a Roseville developer and the co-owner of ...

Close call at 'happiest place on Earth'

A Citrus Heights man is grateful for first responders — and maybe even a little pixie dust— after suffering a heart attack and fall at the finish line of a half-maratho ...

Media Life: KCRA to highlight Placer’s Sochi Olympics presence

Sacramento’s KCRA Channel 3 will be the center of the Olympic world for Auburn TV viewers starting Feb. 6, when the 22nd Winter Games storms onto the small screen and creates ...

Roseville turning on aquifer wells in response to drought

The city of Roseville will turn on its four aquifer wells next week in response to ongoing concerns over the current drought and the critically low levels of Folsom Reservoir. In ...

Hometown News: Locals earn honors at St. Olaf College

Marci Sortor, dean and provost of St. Olaf College, has named the following local students to the Dean's list for the fall 2013 semester: Katharina Biermann from Roseville is ...

Hometown News: Chan makes the grade at Choate Rosemary Hall

Stephanie Chan, daughter of Dr. Samuel Chan and Dr. Cindy Yu of Granite Bay, was named to the fall term 2013 Dean's List at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn.. Choate R ...