Week in Review, July 1: Cutest Dog, School Vandalism, Firework Sales, More

Miss a story this week on Roseville Patch? Catch up here.

Last week, we launched our Cutest Dog contest and about 20 dogs are in the running. There's still time to vote — voting ends at noon Monday. Also, we had some stories on 4th of July festivities like where you can buy fireworks, what's planned in Roseville and more.

Here's a look at what went on in Roseville last week:

— Roseville Patch is holding a cutest dog contest. Vote for your favorite canine by commenting on the article.

— County election results show Andy Pugno has moved to the second-place spot in a tight race.

— Fireworks, parade, fun run and more going on in Roseville for Independence Day.

— The rupture was caused by construction crews, according to the Roseville Fire Department.

— A roundup of crime from the Roseville Police Department. Includes catalytic converter thefts and more crime. Click the "Keep me posted" button below to be notified whenever a new Crime Watch runs.

— Kaiser Permanente announced it will donate more than $1 million to local nonprofit organizations.

— There are 15 fireworks stands in Roseville where you can buy fireworks for this year's 4th of July holiday season.

— We take a look at a few other cities that have prohibited outdoor pot cultivation.

— They expect to hire approximately 60 employees for the Granite Bay store.


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