Rocklin

Finn Hall greets opening week of summer show

Salutations to summer, encore to the entertainment. Hello “Bye Bye Birdie.” Rocklin’s Theatre and Arts Department presents “Bye Bye Birdie,” performed by two casts of lo ...

Passion for fireworks burns bright

For more photos: Having a bang-up Fourth of July With our country’s birthday just days away, now’s the time to stock up on poppers, sparklers and screaming Piccolo Pe ...

Celebrate America a community success

For more photos: Celebrate America big hit with locals As a pre Fourth of July celebration, Celebrate America had locals gathered to take pride in America. Approximately 6,000 peo ...

Rocklin holds off Auburn for TOC title

Rocklin Little League’s Orioles defeated the Auburn Tigers 12-8 to claim the Junior Division Tournament of Champions title at Twin Oaks Park in Rocklin on Monday night. This mark ...

Kids Junction what’s your function?

The kids are excited about the break from homework and schoolwork, but parents may be cringing at the thought of how to keep the kids busy this summer. Not to worry, Kids Junctio ...

‘Outstanding’ locals honored for service by Rotary

A handful of community members recently received awards for their service from the Rotary Club of Rocklin/ Loomis. The club honored law enforcement personnel, firefighters, teach ...

Rocklin’s Semanski prepares for Western States

When Rocklin resident Derek Semanski was a soccer player at Bear River High, he could never imagine running when there wasn’t a ball being chased. Now a veteran of one Western S ...

Alleged bowling ball attack results in loss of front tooth

An alleged dispute over bowling etiquette resulted in a fistfight and one victim being struck with a 16-pound bowling ball, causing the loss of a front tooth. Two groups of bowle ...

Congressman McClintock visits local restaurant for meet and greet

A reception for U.S. Congressman Tom McClintock was held Feb. 27 at the recently opened Wood’ys Grill & Bar in Rocklin. Local elected officials, Rocklin Chamber members and loc ...

Coffeehouse steps up for local church

Sunday night at It’s A Grind in Rocklin was full of more than caffeine – it was packed with local churchgoers. The Rocklin-based Origin Community Church, is stirring up somet ...

Rocklin earns Tree City USA recognition

Rocklin has grown to become a Tree City USA community. The city recently joined the ranks with thousands of other cities within the U.S. named a Tree City USA as part of the Arbo ...

View local art at weekend show

For those looking for a creative way to spend Valentine’s weekend, the Snowflake Art Show returns to Rocklin. This year’s Snowflake Art Show in Rocklin is expected to be a bi ...

Urrutia to deliver update at 2009 State of the City

Hear first hand what’s in store for the city of Rocklin in the new year at the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual sellout event, State of the City. Scheduled to take p ...

Court denies Clover Valley lawsuits

Sacramento Superior Court has ruled not to move forward on two lawsuits to stop development of Clover Valley, Terry Davis, Sierra Club Mother Lodge Chapter representative, confirm ...

Ranks of jobless grow in Placer Co.

Placer County’s jobless rate jumped a half of a percentage point to 8.1 in December, compared to 7.6 for November. Statewide, the numbers rose from 8.4 percent to 9.3 percent and ...