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Located north of Sacramento Rocklin didn't see many European-American settlements until 1850's. The city is home to the Blue Oaks Town Shopping Center including a sixteen-screen theater. Rocklin is also known for its shopping along Toy Row a along interstate 80 which includes, boat dealers, along with Porsche and Lexus dealers. Rocklin California was once home to Home Improvements Jonathan Taylor Thomas.

Population: 54754
Local Newspapers: The Placer Herald
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento River Cats (AAA baseball)
Local Colleges: Sierra College William Jessup University

Zip Codes associated with rocklin, california: 95677 95765
Towns/Cities near rocklin, california : Granite Bay Loomis Stanford Crossing Peryn

Rocklin News
Keep it Reel: 'Deadpool 2'

Rocklin 6-Year-Old Infected With E. Coli From Romaine Lettuce, Family Suing A Rocklin family is suing Papa Murphy's saying their child got sick after eating E. Coli contaminated romaine lettuce in early April. Teen Boy, Girl Arrested For Turlock Apartment Flooding Incident Detectives have made two arrests in connection to the January flooding incident of a Turlock apartment building.

With the Sewerage & Water Board's interim leader leaving, the search goes on for a permanent one

Mayor LaToya Cantrell prepares to preside over her first Sewerage & Water Board meeting as the city's new mayor and the utility's board president on Wednesday, May 16, 2018. as president of the Sewerage & Water Board , Mayor LaToya Cantrell called for an acting executive director to helm the utility once the interim executive director, Marcie Edwards , leaves Tuesday.

Placer County Has Talent Now Accepting Applications

Rocklin, CA- Here is your chance to showcase your talent and claim the title of champion of Placer County Has Talent 2018. Interested contestants will be required to fill out this application and submit a 45 second video that will be used to determine who moves into the semi-finals.

Home Buyer Patience in Local Real Estate

Roseville, CA- Home buyers who have been out in the current seller's market are finding it takes time and patience you find the perfect home. In a recent survey of home buyers, more than half say it has taken more than 3 months to find and get into contract to buy.

Loomis Soroptimist Club Sews 470 Dresses for Orphanages

Nearly one year ago, 55 Soroptimist International clubs across northern California and Nevada were challenged by the Sierra Nevada region Governor Vicki Watson to support the "Dress a Girl Around the World" project. Debi Schneider, Loomis club president, took up the challenge and pledged that the local club would make 300 dresses.

Rocklin City Council approves Rudolph's contract as city manager

Rocklin's City Council unanimously approved Rudolph's five-year contract on Tuesday. He will receive a starting base salary of $228,000 a year.

3 Members of a Hate Group Showed Up in Rocklin a " Hundreds Stood Up to Them

Hundreds of counter-protesters stood up against three members of the Westboro Baptist Church when they came to Rocklin on Wednesday morning. Rocklin Academy Gateway came into the spotlight after kindergarten teacher Kaelin Swaney read a children's book called "I Am Jazz," the story about a transgender child.

Conflict & Compromise Theme at National History Day in Rocklin

Rocklin, CA,- More than 1,400 county champions from 270 California schools will use "live" dramatic performances, artistic displays and vivid documentaries, to celebrate local, U.S. and world history at the 2017 National History Day - California state contest. Students will present their history-based exhibits, posters, research papers, documentaries, dramatic performances, and interactive websites to judges and vie for the opportunity to represent California at the National History Day competition.

Sacramento Regiona s Population Grows, but Housing Supply Struggles to Keep Up

New population data shows the Sacramento area is one of the fastest growing regions in California, which means some tough challenges ahead. "There's more people and I think the traffic has probably doubled," Bitson said.

PHOTOS: Roseville's $8 million fairgrounds renovation makes its debut

Placer Valley Tourism unveiled its $8 million renovation of @the Grounds, the venue formerly known as the Placer County Fairgrounds in Roseville. The work, completed in 304 days, creates modern venues for events, conferences and meetings at the 81-year-old campus.

Free Mulch Mayhem Locations

Free water-conserving mulch will be available to local residents during Mulch Mayhem events throughout the Sacramento region on Saturdays May 5, 12 and 19. These free events are designed to help local residents get their yards ready for the hot days of summer. Mulch slows evaporation, moderates soil temperature and even controls weeds.

I-80 Hwy 65 Interchange Project Begins

A project designed to reduce traffic congestion at a longtime freeway bottleneck in the Roseville-Rocklin region has gotten underway. Luke McNeel-Caird, with the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency, says a third lane is being added, starting at the Interstate 80/Highway 65 interchange, and going two miles north on 65 to Pleasant Grove Boulevard Caird says this is just the first phase of improvements, at a cost of 50-million dollars.

Golden State Killer was driven by hatred of ex-fiancee: investigator

The Golden State Killer may have been driven to rape and murder dozens of people because of an unending hatred for his ex-fiancee - a travel blogger who has gone into hiding, according to a report on Saturday. Bonnie Ueltzen, the former Bonnie Jean Colwell, was engaged to accused killer James DeAngelo in the early 1970s, but she broke it off and both went on to marry other people, the Daily Mail reported .

Roseville, Rocklin Host Small Business Festival Events

Roseville, CA,- The Small Business Festival, named one of the top 5 conferences for small business growth in the U.S., returns to the Sacramento Region for the second year during Small Business Week April 30 - May 4. Small Business Festival provides expert speakers, panels, resource groups and networking opportunities for small businesses through a week-long event. "Our goal in this collaboration is to create a forum for thousands of local small business owners to get out of their isolation and learn the tools they need to make their small businesses a success," said Matthew Pollard, founder and president of Small Business Festival.

Mark Steiner of Rocklin: Airborne Trooper of the Year

Mark Steiner of Rocklin, Calif., was recently honored with his selection as the U.S. Army Ranger Association's "Airborne Trooper of the Year" and was their representative to 41st annual All Airborne Awards and Festival. The festival, hosted by the Donald D. Lassen-Atlanta chapter of the 82nd Airborne Division Association, was held April 18-21 in Columbus, Ga., home to Fort Benning and the Army's Airborne School.

Letter: Sex education in schools frequently goes too far

This morning in an effort to find out whether it is true or not that George Soros and Planned Parenthood are sponsoring the distribution of graphic sexual education tools and materials to underage children in schools around this country I went online. While I believe that what happens between consenting adults is none of my business or society's in general, I demand to have the right to have the right and responsibility of teaching morals, ethics, and responsibility for one's action to remain the primary job of parents.

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