Carol Garcia

Roseville city officials lobby for water rights on Capitol Hill

Six representatives from the city of Roseville traveled to Washington D.C. to lobby on behalf of local initiatives during the annual Cap-to-Cap. Nearly 300 business and community ...

Roseville’s Safe Place program offers help for runaways

All eight fire stations in Roseville offer safe havens for runaways, who can go there at any time, day or night. But no child or teenager has ever taken advantage of this option a ...

Roseville to reconsider marijuana smell nuisance

The Roseville City Council will reconsider a proposed ordinance to prohibit backyard medical marijuana plants. The item was introduced to the council in July and essentially shelv ...

Roseville City Council candidates begin fundraising

The official candidate filing period for the Roseville City Council election isn’t until July, but some contenders are already busy fundraising. Four candidates have fi ...

Roseville braces for redevelopment projects at risk

Roseville redevelopment funds have paid for the rehabilitation of two historic theaters downtown, several streetscape projects and façade rebates for local businesses, and nearly ...

Council orders weed abatement

Is there a weed problem in Roseville?   On paper it looks like there might be, but the increase number of properties on the city’s weed abatement list is mostly due to lar ...

Council debates legislative influence

The City of Roseville’s influence on state and federal legislative issues was front and center during Wednesday’s council meeting. Council members debated the benefits ...

Youth arts academy hosts grand opening

More than 700 people showed up for Roseville Theatre Arts Academy’s inaugural weekend of shows at the end of February. Dozens of young performers delighted audiences with &l ...

Roseville repeals 'crash tax'

Visitors to Roseville can drive without worrying about getting in an automobile accident now that Roseville City Council repealed the “crash tax.” During Wednesday’s meeting ...

Roseville may repeal 'crash tax'

The City of Roseville may repeal its “crash tax” following a suggestion by Councilman John Allard during Wednesday’s council meeting. The tax requires a non-resi ...

New councilmembers sworn in

Two long-term Roseville politicians passed the torch to new city councilmembers during a swearing-in ceremony Thursday at Civic Center. Former mayor Gina Garbolino and former coun ...

Mayor gives State of the City address

In her final public speech as mayor of Roseville, Gina Garbolino remarked on the successes and challenges faced by the city this past year, during her State of the City address Mon ...

Third Roseville Electric rate increase needed, says director

Roseville Electric’s director thinks a third rate increase is necessary, according to a report she made to the Roseville City Council Oct. 20. Michelle Bertolino made the presen ...

Term-limits proposal 'singles out' council member, opponents say

To Richard and Pauline Roccucci, a comic strip sums it up. In the comic, five hungry wolves surround a dead deer. The line reads, “Nothing personal, just politics.” That’s ...

Council vows to keep jail open in budget talks

Roseville City Council voiced strong opposition Monday to a proposal to close the city jail, directing staff instead to get creative about generating revenue and saving money. Clo ...