Roseville

Roseville’s first female city clerk dies

Roseville’s first woman city clerk, Pauline Brockman, passed away April 6 at 88 years old. Brockman began her career with the city as a librarian and assistant city clerk be ...

Roseville knocks Rocklin out of first in SFL softball

Woodcreek High School’s 9-6 victory over Granite Bay on Friday, coupled with Roseville’s 4-2 win over Rocklin, vaulted the Timberwolves into first place in the Sierra F ...

School Bulletin: Woodcreek dancers present spring performance

WHS dancers present spring performance Woodcreek High School Performing Arts Dance Department will present its spring dance show, “Let’s Dance — Divas!” at ...

Del Oro's Heyer one-hits Woodcreek 3-0

LOOMIS — It initially was ruled an error; upon further review, it was a hit — the only hit Keith Heyer allowed against a hard-hitting Woodcreek lineup Saturday. The De ...

Woodcreek freshman Boles ’em over in softball

Jacy Boles started this softball season on the JV team at Woodcreek High School, but varsity coach Art Banks knew he had another keeper for the pitching circle. “We knew how ...

Sutter Roseville aims to reduce early elective deliveries

A recently published nationwide study shows that hospital-based quality improvement programs can be effective at reducing early elective deliveries of babies. The study, to be pub ...

The saga of the bike trail

On an overcast afternoon in March, Donna Wilson walks through the Linda Creek greenbelt in Roseville, as she does several times a week for enjoyment, but this time it’s to cr ...

Roseville pitcher can boast: Look Dad, both hands

It all started with an innocent game of catch between father and son 10 years ago. When Roseville High School senior pitcher Marcus Garcia was 7, he and dad Thomas were in the bac ...

Help celebrate National Library Week

National Library Week celebrates all things library, and this year’s nationwide campaign takes place Sunday, April 14 through Saturday, April 20. The theme: Communities matte ...

Gazette wins big

Haley “Graph” Massara appreciates that for at least one period every day, she will go into class and know exactly what she’s doing, and she’ll share her kno ...