Roseville

Grass Valley’s historic downtown beckons

Road trips really work out well for me, seeing as how I always whine my way out of driving and instead get to sit back, sip my vanilla latte and bore the captive driver and any fel ...

Residents to see increase in water, sewer rates

Roseville residents will see an increase on their water and sewer bills starting this July, in what may be the first of five years of rate changes. The Roseville City Council unan ...

Roseville hires consultant to craft cultural arts, entertainment vision

The Roseville City Council unanimously approved using a consultant to develop a cultural arts and entertainment strategic plan to be completed by mid-August. The city selected the ...

Roseville speedway is kicking some new tires for 2013

ROSEVILLE — As much as professional sports can be counted on to trot out the same product with as little change as possible year after year — not that that’s a ba ...

Tennis is fun for this fabulous Oakmont freshman

He displays smooth footwork, shuffling left to right, swatting top-spin forehands that just clear the net and find an open spot in the court. Yes, Christine Mabery and Oakmont Hig ...

Woodcreek golfer Johnson wins on back-to-back days

Bryce Johnson is on a roll. The Woodcreek High School golfer won the Rocklin Invitational with a 71 on Monday at Whitney Oaks Golf Club and came back Tuesday to win the Woodland-Y ...

Seniors ‘get the service’ at Eskaton Lodge Granite Bay

Eskaton resident Helen Wilson has lived in 14 states, but she didn’t need to pack a box for her latest transition. “I’m in assisted living now for the first time ...

Granite Bay woman’s dog awarded Best of Breed

Mary Gale of Granite Bay has reason to be proud. Her dog, a Brussels Griffon, was awarded Best of Breed in the toy group at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New ...

Xepoleas, Del Oro down Granite Bay

  GRANITE BAY — Behind a 14-strikeout performance by Carly Xepoleas, the Del Oro High School softball team withheld a four-run first inning by Granite Bay and beat the ...

Martial arts community remembers senior student

A Granite Bay woman who at 83 years old earned her black fringe, the highest rank a Tai Chi practitioner can achieve, passed away of cancer on March 13. Doris Murphy had lived in ...