Tim Herman

Roseville repeals 'crash tax'

Visitors to Roseville can drive without worrying about getting in an automobile accident now that Roseville City Council repealed the “crash tax.” During Wednesday’s meeting ...

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 ...

New councilmembers sworn in

Two long-term Roseville politicians passed the torch to new city councilmembers during a swearing-in ceremony Thursday at Civic Center. Former mayor Gina Garbolino and former coun ...

Placer County election results finalized

Placer County Office of Elections’ certified results for the Nov. 2 election didn’t produce any big surprises for local elections. The final election summary, released Nov. 18 ...

Susan Rohan and Tim Herman voted onto Roseville City Council

Voters overwhelmingly supported candidate Susan Rohan for Roseville City Council, based on semi-official election results. Rohan finished the race with 33.8 percent of the vote. ...

Candidates ramp up last-minute endorsements, contributions

With less than a week left to California’s general election, local candidates are ramping up last-ditch efforts to generate support. And recent weeks have not been without their ...

City Council candidates’ contributions range from $0 to $56,000

One Roseville City Council candidate has raised at least twice the amount of money as any of her competitors, according to financial documents filed Thursday. Susan Rohan has rais ...

City Council race turns partisan, negative

The campaign for Roseville City Council — what’s supposed to be a nonpartisan race — became dirty last week, when two e-mails slamming a couple of the candidates made their w ...

Candidates share how they would lead city

The Press Tribune asked the six candidates running for two seats on the Roseville City Council to answer questions on leadership, growth and wasteful spending, including the $390 ...

Candidates agree: more jobs, businesses needed in Roseville

Jobs and the local economy dominated the discussion during a forum Tuesday for candidates running for Roseville City Council. The phrase “Roseville is open for business” was s ...