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If more than two eligible applications are received, a drawing for the permits will be held at 10 a.m...Applications are available at the Roseville Fire Department, 401 Oak St., or online via the Roseville Fire Department website at www.roseville.ca.
Roseville Fire Department crews forced their way into the building and extinguished the fire. Operators of Z Gallerie say smoke- and water-damaged items have been removed or fixed, and new coats of paint have been applied.
Fire sprinklers were able to keep flames from getting spreading inside a salon and boutique at the Fountains shopping center in Roseville. Firefighters arrived to Article Salon Spa and Boutique early Friday morning to find water and smoke pouring
Goats are back in Roseville to keep dry weeds and grass from becoming a fire hazard. The City of Roseville has hired a private company to move the goats around to various spots where open space abuts urban life. The goats, corralled by a portable,
Only 10 fireworks booth permits are available this year, according to the Roseville Fire Department press release. Application packets are available at the fire department administration office, 401 Oak St., or online at www.roseville.ca.us/fireworks
Natural gas fire closes busy Roseville intersection Published: Tuesday, Sep. The intersection of Cirby Way and Riverside Avenue in Roseville has been closed to traffic because of a natural gas fire. Police Department spokeswoman Dee Dee Gunther said
A 57-year-old Roseville man was arrested Wednesday night after he allegedly struck a fire truck and narrowly missed a firefighter while driving drunk, according to authorities. Thomas Rolland Michael was arrested on suspicion of driving under the
About 30 Roseville firefighters responded to a two-alarm house fire Wednesday and located an elderly woman, according to officials. They were able to contain the fire.According to reports, the woman was trapped inside and yelled for help. She was
Burned food in a microwave oven led to the evacuation Monday morning of a county mental health facility in Roseville, a fire official said.Firefighters found some smoke when they arrived at the building, located at 101 Cirby Hills Drive, said Dennis
Detroit police said they responded to a man's 911 call in which he threatened to "go off" and ultimately killed the man when he took aim at a neighbor. The Detroit News reported Thomas Lee Birdwell, 42, said during the call Monday, "I'm gonna go off.