Roseville

Roseville artist’s inspiration comes from a heavenly place

For Tom Lumbrazo, an encounter with an angel 11 years ago taught him about love for all of creation. He seeks that creation in the world around him, including in cloud formations ...

They love L.A.: Grizzlies pound St. Ignatius, earn State Bowl Game berth

Fans of Granite Bay High School football could have begun making vacation, plane, train and hotel reservations late in the third quarter of Friday night’s CIF Northern Califo ...

Three reasons to attend a Bayside Christmas service

Some 200 volunteers will help make Bayside Church’s annual Christmas services — there will be 16 total — a reality. They work backstage, direct cars in the parki ...

Republican Alley closed Monday through Friday

Republican Alley, behind the 200 block of Vernon Street, will be inaccessible from Monday, Dec. 10 through Friday, Dec. 14, as redevelopment work in downtown Roseville continues. ...

Roseville High basketball offers Tiger Junior Camp

Roseville High School will hold its Tiger Basketball Junior Training Camp on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 3-4. The camp will run from noon to 3 p.m. each day at Moeller Gymnasium on ...

One for the thumb: Granite Bay grad Reego wins fifth NCAA title

USC has won five consecutive NCAA championships in men’s water polo, and Granite Bay High School graduate Andrew Reego has been there for all five. The Trojans wrapped up a ...

Granite Bay vs. S.F.-St. Ignatius: A look at tonight's NorCal Regional Division I playoff

TONIGHT’S GAME   What: CIF Northern California Regional Division I football playoff Who: Granite Bay vs. San Francisco-St. Ignatius When/Where: 7:30 p.m. at Sacramen ...

Roseville-based musical trio Thomas & Plecker to disband — for now

The release party for Thomas & Plecker’s newest album, “Come and Go,” will also be the Roseville-based band’s swan song. Or, as lead singer Derek Thoma ...

Roseville business owners want conference center

Roseville’s effort to attract a full-service hotel and conference center is finding support among both voters and local businesses, according to a recent public opinion surve ...

Four Woodcreek student-athletes sign letters of intent

Woodcreek High School senior star pitcher Stephen Nogosek signed a national letter of intent with the University of Oregon at a recent ceremony on campus. Nogosek, a 6-foot-2, 185 ...

Placer SPCA hosts holiday open house

Join the Placer SPCA as the nonprofit organization celebrates its friends and supporters during its annual holiday open house. The event takes place from 5:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Dec ...

Proposed multi-use trail in Roseville at least a decade away

The city of Roseville is moving forward on plans for a regional bike trail, although the completion of that project is at least 10 years away. With an estimated price tag of up to ...

Commercial director focuses his lens on Placer County

Placer County is positioning itself to become a hotbed of filming activity, and it’s getting assistance in that realm from Los Angeles-based commercial director Tim Damon. O ...