Pauline Roccucci

Future unclear for Roseville’s redevelopment agency

It’s too soon to tell what impact the recent California Supreme Court’s decision on redevelopment agencies will have on Roseville’s agency, said Mayor Pauline Roc ...

City purchases land for future conference center

The city of Roseville is moving forward on efforts to attract a hotel and conference center through a purchase agreement of 20 acres of property adjacent to Westfield Galleria ...

Utility Exploration volunteer earns honor for her service

Janet Zeitman smoothed out her clothes and walked toward the entrance to wait for the visitors. “Here they come,” she said. About 40 kids from Catheryn Gates Elementa ...

School bulletin: Roseville City School District completes refinancing

Roseville City School District completes bonds refinancing Roseville City School District completed the refinancing of $17.2 million in voter-approved general obligation bond ...

Veterans thanked at two Roseville events

Before making her keynote speech during the Veterans Day service at Roseville Veterans Memorial Hall Friday, Col. Rene Horton paused a moment to look around the room.In the audienc ...

Veterans Day events in Roseville honor those committed to country

Roseville residents have the chance to show their appreciation for veterans during two local events planned for Veterans Day on Friday. The first event, organized by American Legi ...

Roseville unveils its 65th park

Roseville, a city that prides itself on offering an abundance of greenery and open space for residents, dedicated its 65th park Friday. Harrigan Greens is located at 4051 Parkland ...

Roseville becomes fully metered city

Roseville’s transition to a fully metered city officially finished Tuesday with the last meter installation, although the majority of the retrofit project ended a few months ago. ...

Council approves tax-sharing plan

The possible development of roughly 4,700 acres in the southwestern portion of Placer County is primed to begin following the Roseville City Council’s unanimous approval Wedn ...

Patient launches campaign against proposed pot ban

A Roseville man has launched a campaign to keep a proposed ban on outdoor medical marijuana cultivation off the books. Mike Waak, 46, says the best way to prevent the ordinance is ...

Council approves raises for Roseville managers, labor groups

Roseville’s managers and labor groups will receive their promised raises after the City Council OK’d honoring their contracts Wednesday. The council voted 4 to 1 to ho ...

Why we can’t afford to lose redevelopment

We expected change. Given the dire straits of the state budget, cities like ours knew there would be give-and-take in the way tax revenues are used throughout the state. But it’ ...

Footbridge removal begins

Crews are removing the Royer Park footbridge near the Downtown Roseville Library due to damage from winter storms. But fear not, Roseville residents. The city plans to construct a ...

Fourth of July celebration back on

Roseville residents can stay close to home for a Fourth of July parade and fireworks this year. The Roseville City Council unanimously approved funds to pay for an Independence Da ...

City amends alarm ordinance

Burglary alarms are the third most common type of call received by the Roseville Police Department — and 99 percent of them are false. Last year, officers and dispatchers sp ...