Roseville

William Jessup annual Warriors Golf

The William Jessup University Athletic Department will host its 16th annual Warrior Golf Classic at Timber Creek Golf Course in Roseville May 5. All proceeds go to support WJU athl ...

READER INPUT: Take a look at Wisconsin’s balanced budget

The movement for a Constitutional Convention, or as some are calling it, a Convention of States, continues to push forward, calling for a balanced budget and term limits. Supporter ...

Capital campaign underway for Zafia’s Family House

A promise two parents made to fulfill their daughter’s dying wish is almost within their grasp, as they attempt to build a house for families of loved ones with illnesses and ...

Foodies preach benefits of eating Placer County grown

Way before the general public gave deeper thought to the source of their food and began modifying their consumer habits accordingly, Joanne Neft was touting the benefits of local f ...

Allegiant aims to help veterans, youth athletes

A local nonprofit is providing help for wounded warriors and returned veterans, and also offering a hand to youth sports and education all with community support. The nonprofit is ...

Kris Johnson withdraws from Congressional race

Granite Bay resident Kris Johnson announced she was running to represent District 4 in Congress in late January, and on Tuesday she released a statement that she was withdrawing fr ...

ACCESS program gives all children chance to dance

As the young students in the ACCESS dance program at the Northern California Dance Conservatory in Roseville move to the music’s rhythm, they’re also doing something el ...

Dining View: Source Global Tapas is social dining at its best

I’m not high-maintenance. But if you are anything like me and you enjoy dining out, you might enjoy what I call the “social dining experience.” What I mean is, ...

Roseville will use an estimated $950,000 for drought measures

The city of Roseville will divert more than $950,000 from its Water Operations Fund to cover the costs of implementing a drought escalation plan. The city will likely need to acti ...

Newcastle Produce rides the farm-to-fork wave

As customers walk through the front doors of the bustling Newcastle Produce on a cold winter day, strong aromas hit them with welcomed warmth, and their exclamation is always the s ...

Area’s first mutual fund company headquartered in Granite Bay

Right here in our backyard is the area’s first mutual fund company. That would be America First Funds, which is managed by Granite Bay resident Rick Gonsalves. Gonsalves has ...

Granite Bay House Doctor fixes homes in need of some TLC

The doctor is in — but not to take your temperature or fix your aching knees. He’s here to see what ails your home. And if you want to take advantage of the rising hous ...

Had a financial check-up lately?

The start of each year begins the season of resolutions — many of them pertaining to our health. But this is the perfect time to get a financial check-up, as well. Granite B ...

Counter-protestors show up to support Granite Bay High theater students

Love and hate were potentially going to battle it out Thursday evening at Granite Bay High School as theater students prepared to perform “The Laramie Project” inside a ...

On the hunt: Roseville antique shops hawk vintage goods of all types

You’ll see it on cable television shows, driving down America’s Main Streets and listening to both your aunt and hipster friends in conversation — this country ha ...