The Elk Grove Unified School District may reopen their schools for in-person learning this spring, if Sacramento County’s COVID-19 case rate is low enough.
Jim Barnes a 22-year veteran captain of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, announced on Feb. 17 that he’s running for sheriff in the June 2022 primary election.
Two people were fatally injured after their car crashed into a tree at Whitelock Parkway during the early morning of Feb. 22. The Elk Grove police reported that two other occupants were hospitalized for their injuries.
The Elk Grove Planning Commission on Feb. 18 voted, 3-0, to reject California Northstate University (CNU)’s plan to have a 13-story teaching hospital built adjacent to its current campus in the Stonelake neighborhood.
Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen this week addressed the work of the the city’s new COVID-19 Response, Recovery and Resiliency Task Force.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent order against state bans on indoor gatherings at places of worship, several churches last week shared their views on that decision with the Citizen.
The Elk Grove City Council on Feb. 10 unanimously approved an amendment to the fiscal year 2020-21 city budget, which in a mid-year review shows a much better economic outlook than had been previously projected.
Sacramento County education and public health officials announced on Feb. 12 that COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered to employees at K-12 schools, starting on Feb. 16.
The Elk Grove Planning Commission on Feb. 18 will review the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for California Northstate University’s (CNU) proposed teaching hospital and other associated facilities.
Teen suspects arrested for allegedly carrying explosives
Youth and prep sports saw a major boost this week when not only the California Department of Public Health but the Sac-Joaquin Section released updated guidelines on youth sports.
Sacramento Republic FC announced Jan. 8 that goalkeeper Tomas Gomez would join the Indomitable Club for its 2021 USL Championship season, pending league and federation approval. Per club policy, the terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Their season was supposed to start last week. Instead, the Monterey Trail Mustangs are crossing their fingers just to resume workouts next week after a hiatus that has been over a month long was extended this week when the Elk Grove Unified School District notified schools that all in-person…
It was only fitting that Prophet Brown found out a particular piece of good news while he was in class with the people who have played alongside him over the last few years at Monterey Trail.
Without asking for it, one local high school team was at the center of the whirlwind of COVID-19 precautions that began in early March.
With a mission to help animals in need, organizers for the Paws for a Purpose program wondered how they could raise funding after the COVID-19 pandemic arose last March.
A recently published book, titled, “Japanese Americans of Florin,” by Michelle Trujillo, captures the accomplishments, challenges and everyday lives of Japanese Americans in the historic community of Florin.
Phil Stillman was born on Feb. 10, 1921 in Brooklyn, New York to Emanuel and Ann Stillman. They were both first-generation Jewish Americans. When Phil was about 7 or 8, his Uncle Julius showed him a card trick, which made a huge impression on his nephew.