Editor’s note: this story is a part of an ongoing collaboration between the Elk Grove Citizen and seniors in the journalism program at California State University, Sacramento. These young writers are students of Philip Reese, an assistant professor and Sacramento Bee reporter. For more infor…
Dr. Tecoy Porter Sr. on Jan. 17 announced his candidacy for California’s Senate District 6 seat. The Democrat is a community activist, pastor, and Elk Grove resident.
The Elk Grove City Council on Jan. 13 unanimously voted to form a COVID-19 Economic Task Force.
Carmine Forcina had a proposal for his colleagues on the Elk Grove Unified School District board at the end of their Jan.12 meeting.
A Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy and his K9 partner were fatally shot during a standoff with a burglary suspect at Cal Expo’s parking lot on Jan. 18. The suspect died after authorities returned fire.
Editor’s note: This story is part of a collaborative project between the Elk Grove Citizen and seniors in the journalism program at California State University, Sacramento. These students are being taught and advised by Philip Reese, a Sacramento Bee reporter and assistant professor. For mor…
The Elk Grove Planning Commission on Jan. 7 voted 4-0 in favor of an application for the annexation of 390 acres southeast of city limits.
Apartment rents across Elk Grove have increased by 7.8% since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March, according to a study conducted by Apartment List and released this month.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Jan. 12 announced that the state lifted its stay-at-home order for the 13 counties in the Greater Sacramento region.
The Bakers lost their two-story house in Laguna during the first hour of New Year’s Day.
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.
While COVID-19 may have prevented the Robert E. Waters Memorial Elementary School Basketball Tournament from taking place this year, the beneficial effects of the tournament have continued. Isabelle Waters, Waters’ widow and the director of the Robert E. Waters Memorial Scholarship Fund, gav…
For one week a year, local restaurants have been able to open themselves up to new customers via Elk Grove Restaurant Week. This year, the event is a boost for these businesses at a time when they need it the most.
While teaching in person allows Jesebel Qiu to offer more styles of the art she teaches, she learned to lead online art classes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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