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Appellate court upholds ruling in favor of The Station

A longstanding feud between The Station Bistro & Lounge and the city of Roseville may have come to an end with a new ruling by an appellate court that upholds the dismissal of ...

What’s next for Roseville?

In a comprehensive State of the City address Wednesday that involved all five members of the Roseville City Council, residents got a peek into the city’s priorities for 2014, ...

The Press Tribune's top 5 city stories of 2013

City, police clash over labor agreement: During a tense “emergency meeting” on May 30, the Roseville City Council votes 4-0 to impose a “last, best and fin ...

City of Roseville offices closed during holidays

The city of Roseville’s offices will be closed from 3 p.m. Dec. 24 through Jan. 1. Emergency services and garbage pickup services remain unchanged during this timeframe. Ros ...

Monk’s Cellar brewpub to open in downtown Roseville

Vernon Street will soon boast yet another new spot for good times and grub, this place featuring beer with an “old world” European feel. The Monk’s Cellar Brewer ...

City of Roseville gets more involved in legislative process

Earlier this year, Green Valley Hospice in Roseville was on the verge of closing its doors as the small business waited anxiously to receive its Medicare billing number and begin t ...

What’s up with the fairgrounds?

Country in the Park was supposed to showcase what the future of events in Roseville could look like — nationally known acts, large audiences — and for local coordinator ...

City of Roseville ‘blowing up silos’

A city doesn’t run quite like a typical business, because it’s not one. But, maybe a municipality wouldn’t fare badly to mimic this type of enterprise. That&rsqu ...

The show will go on — but not in Roseville

Article updated 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 31: A big country concert hyping the appearance of Darius Rucker and other musicians at the Placer County Fairgrounds in Roseville has been ...

Still at odds: Roseville man served restraining order

John Zisk considers himself the largest private landowner in central Roseville. Here, he claims to own slightly more than 12 acres of property in three parcels. Dry Creek runs thr ...