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Folsom police seek public's help in alleged Sutter Street assault case

The Folsom Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in their investigation of an alleged assault that took place earlier this week resulting in injury to a local merchant. According to Folsom Police Department Lieutenant Andrew Bates, officers responded to the 800 block Monday evening when Ron Petersen, operator...
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Shark attack in Monterey leads to Folsom couple becoming heroes

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A married couple from Folsom spoke out about saving a swimmer from a shark attack. Paul Bandy, a Sacramento Police Department officer and his wife Amy, an oncology nurse, were paddleboarding mid-morning on Wednesday, June 22 at Lovers Point Beach in Monterey Bay when they heard a loud and distinct cry.

Patterson resigns from Rocklin City Council

Running for State Assembly in a November runoff, six-year Rocklin City Councilman Joe Patterson resigned from the council this week to allow residents to vote on his successor. Two years are left on Patterson's council term. Patterson was first elected to the council in 2016, served as mayor in 2019...

Injury Reported in Fair Oaks Rear-End Collision

A rear-end collision at a Fair Oaks intersection caused an injury to at least one person on June 29. The traffic accident occurred around 12:13 p.m at the intersection of Hazel Avenue and Roediger Lane. The person who reported the crash to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) said they were driving a Kia Soul and were rear-ended by a Honda Civic.

Carmichael celebrates 4th of July this Saturday

Carmichael, Calif.- The community of Carmichael gets a head start on its 4th of July celebration this Saturday, at the La Sierra Community Center. Independence weekend festivities are scheduled to start hopping in the early evening hours. At 6:30 pm, food trucks and the beer garden will begin serving up tasty treats and libations, shortly followed by live music from Great Wide Open.

Little League roundup: Rocklin 11U All-Stars to play in Championship round

The Rocklin and Tri-City 11U Little League All-Star teams competed in the 11U All-Star Tournament in Lincoln, which began last Saturday, and Rocklin will play in the championship round against Lincoln on Thursday, following a 9-2 win against Auburn on Wednesday night. After losing their opening game 9-8 against Auburn...

Rocklin City Council passes budget, targets ARPA funds

Rocklin City Council approved a balanced $102-million fiscal budget for 2022-23 during Tuesday’s regular meeting. Staff said the budget supports approximately 260 full-time equivalent positions and resources needed for public services, including three new public-safety positions. Anticipated General Fund resources total $62.8 million, staff said. That includes a General...

Folsom Pro Rodeo already a complete sell out

The Folsom Pro Rodeo has been entertaining spectators from Folsom and afar in the popular Dan Russell Arena for six decades and this week, it takes the first step towards its seventh. That’s right, it’s rodeo time in Folsom this Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the 61st annual event that has officially sold out as of Thursday morning.

Planning Commission greenlights two designs for 'Harvest At Loomis'

Stalled for years, "The Grove" residential project in northern Loomis now known as "Harvest At Loomis" gained some traction this week as the Loomis Planning Commission approved home designs for the subdivision. During the commission’s regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, the commission greenlighted two new home designs for the 22-home,...

Thunder Valley Casino Resort Job Fairs in July

Seeking to fill over 100 positions with on-the-spot interviews. Lincoln, Calif.- Thunder Valley Casino Resort is looking to fill over 100 full and part-time positions at its job fairs throughout the month of July. Interested candidates can visit the Thunder Valley Employment Center on the following dates for walk-in interviews...

Roseville Aquatics Complex remains hampered by equipment and labor challenges

Closed on Sundays effective July 3, due to staffing shortage. Roseville, Calif.- The Roseville Aquatics Complex remains hampered this summer season due to equipment delays and labor shortages. The city is replacing the old slide that reached its end of life and are adding a new nature themed spray ground where the old play pool used to be.

Roseville Aquatics Complex closed Sundays due to staffing shortages

ROSEVILLE, Calif. — The Roseville Aquatics Complex will be closed Sundays starting on July 3 due to staffing shortages. Usually, there are around 160-170 staff for the three facilities including the Roseville Aquatics Complex, Mike Shellito Indoor Pool and Johnson Pool but this year they have about 110 employees, according to Alisha Moyer, a Recreation and Libraries Supervisor.

Roseville's 4th of July Celebration | Need to know

ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Roseville is kicking off its Fourth of July Celebration Monday with a few different events planned throughout the day. From family-friendly activities to a variety of food and entertainment, here are all the details on how the Fourth of July is being celebrated in the city.

Making Roads Smoother, Safer

The City of Vista is resurfacing portions of major roadways this summer as part of the city’s annual program to keep the streets smooth, free of cracks and potholes, and safe. Temporary Impacts. The City contractor will place signs and take other steps to control traffic and will strive...

EDH Majors are 6-3 winners over Maidu

The El Dorado Hills Major All-Stars are a win away from reaching the championship game in the District 54 All-Star Tournament. Wednesday night at Mann Field in Folsom, El Dorado Hills defeated Maidu, 6-3, to advance in the winner’s bracket, while Maidu fell to the loser’s bracket and will play Lakeside at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in an elimination game. El Dorado Hills will play Roseville at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday with the winner moving on to the championship game.

Roseville region residents reminded to celebrate responsibly this 4th of July

DA’s Office: DUIs will result in criminal charges, jail, license suspension, financial hardship and more. Roseville, Calif. – Heading into the holiday weekend, the Placer County District Attorney’s Office is reminding residents to celebrate responsibly and not become another referral to their office’s DUI unit. DUIs...