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Energy fair highlights expiring efficiency incentives

Town officials want to help locals save money and become more energy and cost efficient before it’s too late. Loomis councilman Gary Liss said a number of energy conservation fi ...

Expo offers free entertainment, seminars, panels and speakers

This weekend it’s all about entertainment and how to create, produce, and make money on music, films and videos using new technology – and it’s all free. The Content, Creati ...

What's going on in Loomis?

Thursday Come out for free live music to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the new stage at Blue Anchor Park at 5 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15. FRIDAY The Content, Creation and Di ...

Traffic tickets down more than 84 percent in Roseville

During the first seven months of this year, the Roseville Police Department issued 1,578 traffic tickets for moving violations. While that number may not seem significant at firs ...

Loomis man charged with assault after Auburn park stabbing

Verbal jabs turned to violence Saturday at an Auburn park, leading to the arrest of a Loomis man on an assault charge. Auburn Police reported Monday that an altercation shortly af ...

Heart condition played role in fatal Foresthill crash?

Signs point to the death of a Foresthill man in a single-vehicle crash Friday being related to heart trouble and ill health, a relative said Monday. Edward Alvey, a 79-year-old re ...

Life under the big top

Not only is life truly a circus, it is also a family affair for many traveling circus performers. Vittorio Arrata, general manager of Circus Vargas, is a former tightrope walker ...

Foresthill man dead in single-car crash on Foresthill Road

A Foresthill man died Friday morning in a single-vehicle crash on Foresthill Road. The California Highway Patrol reported that a Toyota Yaris subcompact went off the road and tra ...

Kings arena financing plans, Placer County role, grow clearer

SACRAMENTO – The drive to keep the Sacramento Kings is also planning to keep its hand out of Placer County taxpayer pocketbooks. The 100-strong Think BIG committee of regional l ...

High-caliber grid teams walk fine line

The line between winning and losing in high school football can sometimes be extremely fine. Never was it ever more evident than last Saturday night when Del Oro High School and W ...