Rocklin

Residents vote yes on Measure A, semi-official results show

Rocklin voters have made their support of Measure A known. According to semi-official results of Rocklin’s all-mail ballot on Measure A, votes overwhelmingly favor reinstating ...

City OKs $457,000 for parks

Despite citywide cutbacks, employee furloughs and layoffs, the city of Rocklin is going ahead with its policy to replace old playground equipment in the new budget. A total of $3 ...

Boys’ act of kindness saves $550

Two Rocklin boys are being called “exceptional” for bringing a lost purse to the attention of Rocklin Police. Aidan Malm, a sixth-grader at Ruhkala Elementary in Rocklin, and ...

Western Sierra academy finally opens its doors

After a lengthy battle for approval, Western Sierra Collegiate Academy, a seventh- through 12th-grade charter school, welcomed its first students Tuesday. Located in a vacant bui ...

Mark calendars for Relay for Life Sept. 12

Rocklin get ready – Relay for Life will be held Sept. 12 at Rocklin High School. So far, more than 200 people are registered within 38 teams totaling more than $13,000 raised s ...

Rocklin boy earns art award at Blue Line

Zachery Whitehead of Rocklin recently placed second at the Blue Line Gallery’s seventh annual Children's Open Show. “The Colors of Culture” show features the work of 36 you ...

Rocklin interchange earns award

The Sierra College Boulevard/I-80 Interchange reconstruction was selected as the 2009 project of the year by the Sacramento chapter of the American Public Works Association. The ...

Rocklin Rotary sends teen abroad

Senior year of high school is sometimes synonymous with excitement and anticipation. But for one Rocklin resident, his senior year is so much more. Matthew Wong, 17, has been sel ...

Swim lessons reduce risk of injury

For more photos: Keep kids safe with swim lessons Water activities are often a source of fun for families. However, people should be aware of the year-round danger that is present ...

City layoffs loom again

Now that city leaders have been able to see how the state’s new budget will impact Rocklin’s general fund, more cuts and layoffs are back on the table as the city tries to bala ...

Bronson makes dean’s list

Dustin Bronson of Rocklin, recently made the dean’s list for the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus for the 2009 spring semester. Students on the list all achieved a g ...

Businesses show sign of times by twirling for traffic

They dance, sing, juggle and twirl. Be it pickles or jelly beans, Rocklin and Roseville are no strangers to these sign twirlers promoting businesses aching for customers. Equipped ...

Calling all cooks and classic car owners

Do you have a chili recipe that’s a hands down family favorite? Or a classic car or roadster that turns a few heads? If so, then Hot Chili & Cool Cars is the place to be. Celeb ...

Vandals make mark at Breen Park

Breen Park in Rocklin has been the target of a recent spurt of vandalism. The park’s entrance sign is the first mark of the taggers and walking further into the park to the lar ...

‘got Shakespeare?’ offers free entertainment to all

You don’t have to be a Shakespeare aficionado to enjoy “got Shakespeare?” a madcap comedy that concludes its summer performance schedule this weekend.Rocklin High ...