Pauline Roccucci

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 ...

Galleria recovery team honored

The team that spearheaded the Westfield Galleria at Roseville shopping mall’s recovery from a fire last fall was honored Thursday by the Placer County Economic Development Board ...

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 ...

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 ...

Brown's push to defund redevelopment agencies may hurt local projects

The City of Roseville, like most municipalities, is not taking a sit-and-wait approach to Gov. Jerry Brown’s recent proposal to eliminate redevelopment agencies. Elected in Nove ...

New mayor visits old stomping grounds

Roseville’s new mayor Pauline Roccucci returned to her old stomping grounds Thursday with a visit to Adelante High School. Roccucci, 62, who has lived in Roseville her whole lif ...