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Spotlighting Local Excellence The Community Collaborative Honors Three Outstanding Social Service Professionals in Tahoe Truckee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 8, 2023 TRUCKEE, Calif. - The Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee (CCTT), a program of the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, announced the recipients of its ...
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Traveling with the Greater Sacramento Economic Council, Rocklin Vice Mayor Jill Gayaldo joined area leadership to promote Rocklin and Roseville on an international scale this month.
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Roseville Assistant City Attorney Joseph Speaker presented options for the Roseville City Council regarding changes that could be made to the enforcement of illegal fireworks in the city.
The Roseville Junction project will be an “entertainment and hospitality destination” located near 290 Conference Center Drive.
The Roseville Police Department released a set of statistics in relation to Operation Grinch, a task force assembled to crack down on various thefts and burglaries that spike during the holiday season.
The Roseville Police Department’s Operation Grinch Team arrested three involved in retail thefts.
A portion of the Roseville Junction project is nearing completion with a groundbreaking planned before 2023 ends, according to LRE & Companies CEO Akki Patel.
The funds will aid in “preventing and responding to three main types of theft: organized retail theft, motor vehicle or motor vehicle accessory theft and cargo theft.”
Created in 2008, the Roseville Youth Sports Coalition opted for dissolution at the Oct. 4 Roseville City Council meeting.
The city expressed concerns over the county’s proposed syringe exchange program. To prevent the program and similar programs, the council passed an urgency ordinance.
A new roundabout is under construction at the intersection of Washington Boulevard, Lincoln Street and All America City Boulevard in Roseville.
Roseville is hosting its first CommUNITY Picnic at Royer Park on Aug. 5, designed to bring residents out to “build community.”
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