city of Rocklin

Love for city drives Ruslin to help lead it

Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series of profiles of Rocklin City Council candidates. All profiles will be available online at placerherald.com. Rocklin recreation comm ...

City of Rocklin offering fall sports schedule

Whether it’s fencing, baton twirling or adult softball, now is the time to sign up for fall sports with the city of Rocklin. Rocklin Recreation is now accepting registrations f ...

Six in Rocklin’s $100,000 pension club

A total of six retired city of Rocklin employees are receiving more than $100,000 a year in California Public Employees Retirement System pensions. The list — from California P ...

Looking for ways to mix up a weekday rut?

The city of Rocklin recreation department has lots planned for the fall. If theater is you’re thing, there’s a Rocklin Community Theatre: Musical Theatre Basics workshop desi ...

Officers file civil rights suit

Two Rocklin officers are going to court against the police department and the city of Rocklin claiming their privacy was violated. Former Rocklin Officer Brandon Olivera and curr ...

Rocklin named a best place to live

Money magazine just picked the city of Rocklin as one of the best places to live in the country based on jobs, great schools, low crime, charm, things to do and a great town to rai ...

Locals trade the street heat for the cool pool

With temperatures reaching the triple digits in Rocklin, more people are looking to pools to cool off. With the city offering summer aquatics activities, there are opportunities ...

Rocklin seeks community input for new city manager

The Rocklin City Council is conducting the recruitment for a new city manager and has engaged the Rocklin-based consulting firm of Ralph Andersen & Associates to assist in the recr ...

Managing Rocklin’s finances in tough times

After many months of difficult cuts, Rocklin will approve a new budget for the next fiscal year, which begins on July 1, 2010. The previous budgets approved over the last two years ...

Firemen dodge budget axe

With a police officer and two firefighter paramedics facing pink slips, the city council voted Tuesday to accept union concessions and save the key positions from the budget axe. ...

Time reporting needs to change

Regarding the May 26 article: City investigates manager gambling during work hours. In its attempt to avoid layoffs and a financial crisis, the city offered qualified employees an ...

Our View: It’s time for Rocklin residents to stand up

As Rocklin prepares to hire its next city manager, citizens need to stand up and let the council know what they want. For far too long the citizenry has blindly depended on the i ...

Court to hear city’s appeal

The city of Rocklin wins one more round in the Eaton case. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will hear the city of Rocklin’s appeal in the federal civil rights la ...

City investigates manager gambling during work hours

The city of Rocklin launched an internal investigation last month after a citizen and former Rocklin city employee inquired about a management employee she saw at a casino during n ...

Soccer club raises money for Rocklin parks

At a time when the city of Rocklin is facing layoffs and a challenges with park improvements, a local soccer club has stepped up to help. The Rocklin Youth Soccer Club presented ...