Kaiser center gets visit from Santa

Santa delivered dozens of gifts to young patients at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Roseville on Christmas Eve — a first for the hospital’s new Women and Children’s Cent ...

Looking back, and ahead

As we approach the end of the year, 2010 brings opportunities and challenges alike, and we remain committed to positioning Roseville as a wonderful place to live, work and play. A ...

NFL fan’s dream job moves closer to reality for Pittsburgh Steelers supporter

Stephanie Galbraith is on the short list for a six-figure NFL dream job. It’s called Director of Fandemonium and while you may not have heard of the contest that could land her t ...

Owners praying for ‘Joseph’ thief

To the thief or thieves who stole from our front yard Christmas nativity: You are more than welcome to come back and steal the baby that was next to the “Joseph” you took. A ...

91-year-old pleads guilty to domestic violence charges

A 91-year-old Roseville man is expected to spend the next six months in jail for allegedly trying to kill his wife. Claude Montgomery pleaded guilty Friday to charges of assault w ...

KidsFirst makes leadership change

The KidsFirst board of directors recently announced DeAnne Thornton, executive director is stepping down from her leadership role of the agency. Thorton has been a member of the K ...

Making homes beautiful, one table at a time

With the recent trend of many people eating at home instead of going out, Granite Bay resident Jamie Mulkey and Terri Clark-Dougan of Roseville decided to start a new business.“A ...

Sierra students fired up on new outdoor smoking ban

The days of trying to keep smokers within 20 feet of a building entrance or open windows has now been thrown out the window in favor of a new outdoor smoke-free policy. “Sierra ...

World War II soldiers honored

It was a day 67 years in the making. On Wednesday Placer County officials and members of the Japanese American Citizens League unveiled the first phase of a monument to honor the ...

Nursery owner speaks up against invasive plants

A Loomis nursery owner is taking a stand against invasive plants. John Nitta, whose High Ranch Nursery has been in business for 33 years, said it was a difficult but necessary de ...