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Borders Committee looks to merge Rocklin, Loomis as partners

Whether the issue is about a conflict of interest or opportunities for mutual support, the Loomis Borders Committee steps in to handle town business, according to Loomis town offi ...

Rocklin’s Victory High among top continuation schools

The California Department of Education on March 18 singled out Victory High School in Rocklin as one of 29 “model” continuation high schools in the state, based partial ...

Mail thefts spark I.D. concerns in Rocklin, South Placer

Since January, mail thefts in Rocklin and Granite Bay neighborhoods have been an ongoing issue. However, experts say these crimes, which may lead to identity theft, can be avo ...

Rocklin’s Ridley Gallery to host ‘Pass the Baton’

The Blue Line Arts Gallery is partnering with Rocklin’s Ridley Gallery to host a special three-week ceramic exhibit called “Passing the Baton” in April. Represen ...

Rocklin's Big Time event gives big honor to Native Americans

Rocklin’s Big Time event, part of Indigenous Peoples Days at Sierra College, drew a crowd Saturday. The afternoon was the high point of Yomen Weda or the Spring Equinox ...

Rocklin Chiropratic hosts free head ache prevention event

Rocklin Family Chiropractic is holding a special free event designed to help community members avoid the common and annoying condition of unnecessary headaches. The event will be h ...

Rocklin realty company to host free Easter egg hunt

Rocklin-based Haney Garcia Realty will host a free Easter egg hunt beginning 10 a.m. Saturday, March 21 at Johnson-Springview Park. The hunt for filled plastic eggs will be divide ...

Rocklin middle school students show off scientific prowess at Olympiad

Students from Rocklin’s Granite Oaks Middle School scored medals at the recent Science Olympiad, held March 7 at California State University, Sacramento. According to Granite ...

Expert speaks at Rocklin's Old St. Mary’s on history of Nuclear

The Rocklin Historical Society is presenting a free talk for the public by nuclear power historian Bill Marble. Representatives from the group said Marble will discuss both the bas ...

UPDATE: Off-duty Rocklin officer involved in fatal pedestrian collision

An off-duty Rocklin police officer struck and killed a pedestrian with his personal vehicle early Friday morning on Rocklin Road, east of Granite Drive, and California Highway Patr ...