kids

Trashy creations help Roseville art organization

ReCREATE's inaugural Junk 2 Genius team art competition May 3 raised about $3,000 for the Roseville-based nonprofit organization - but fell short of the goal needed to replace its ...

Clowns step up to help Roseville's "Operation Swim"

It was a depressing sight to see: Kids swimming in shorts and T-shirts at Johnson Pool in Roseville. The city's Senior Parks and Recreation Supervisor Kate Rebello observed the sc ...

Glee Club delights Roseville seniors with Christmas songs

Young singers from a Roseville school brought some glee to the residents of a local senior living community Dec. 1 with a special holiday-themed performance. About 35 of the 77 ki ...

Santa Claus is coming to town

Roseville kids have a chance to spend some quality time with Santa Claus when he comes to town for two days in December. Santa will roll into Roseville on a fire truck at 4:30 p.m ...

Roseville students benefit from ‘fit pit’

Students at Junction Elementary School in Roseville recently celebrated a special gift that gives them the tools to be active and healthy every day. The school received a $45,000 ...

Welcoming place for kids to share dark secrets

There is a place at the Santucci Justice Center in Roseville where kids share some of their most painful secrets. Now the interior walls of that office building are covered with ...

Certified technicians inspect car seats at free event

In recognition of National Child Passenger Safety Week, parents and caregivers can get their child’s safety seat inspected for proper installation and use on Friday, Sept. 23 ...

Roseville school hosts parenting seminar

Maidu Elementary School is hosting a five-week parenting seminar called “Becoming a Love and Logic Parent,” beginning Wednesday, Sept. 21. The classes were designed by the Col ...

Church needs donations to feed starving children

Organizers of Feed My Starving Children have a daunting task at hand. They plan to pack 500,000 meals for kids — at one northern California event, which will be held at Valley S ...

4-H no longer only about agriculture

About six years ago, the Eureka/Granite Bay 4-H Club was on the verge of extinction. But a small group of parents, including moms Linda Downs and Darlene Miller, stepped up to sal ...