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Pastor Steve Lindner at Life Community Church in Roseville is concerned that parents are better equipped to help their children navigate the network culture in ways that prevent and overcome the influence of pornography.
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19 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Despite the recent departures of some lawyers who went off to form their own firms, the newly named top managers of Sacramento’s Downey Brand LLP insist that their firm is not only on solid footing but in search of more talent to make their business a “one-stop shop” for clients seeking diverse expertise.
Full time salaried Youth Ministry Coordinator is being sought by St Rose of Lima in Roseville, California.
Olympus Pointe, vandalism: Between 10:35 and 10:45 a.m. March 10, someone broke the passenger window of a car on Rochelle Court.
A retired San Juan Unified School District teacher is under investigation for allegedly videotaping underage girls without their knowledge for his own sexual gratification.
Roseville Police Department detectives are looking for possible victims of a former San Juan Unified School District teacher who was arrested in October on suspicion of possessing child pornography and other related charges.
REEDLEY, Calif., March 13, 2014 Rabobank N.A. has named Bill Williams vice president, retail market manager for its South Valley Retail Division.
An April 26, 2014 Art & Brew event will be filled with artists galore including a beautiful, quirky metal sculptor who enjoys making both dramatic and humorous statements.
Baseline Marketplace, at nearly 750,000 square feet and housing up to 31 different retailers, probably won't begin formal construction until next year at the soonest, said Nick Alexander of NG Alexander Real Estate Development.
Jamie Golladay, 32, entered guilty pleas Wednesday to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession with intent to distribute heroin, and possession of a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime, according to a federal Department of Justice news release.
Art & Brew artist LeeAnn Dickson is going to pieces and that's a good thing. Her wonderful mosaics will be part of the April 26, 2014 event where art, craft beer, and animal causes come together in a unique collaboration.
You hear it on the news. You read it in the papers. Then, there's that nagging inner voice telling you every time you walk out the front door, "Break up! You've got to break up!" But you ignore it all in favor of making the excuse that you don't know where to begin and that you might regret it.
For customers, it's like a dropped casaba melon. The abrupt announcement this week that three Sacramento-area Fresh Market Inc. stores are closing their doors hit loyal customers hard.