More than 20 Elk Grove neighborhoods held block parties during the National Night Out on Aug. 2.
Jerome Andrew “Jerry” Warren, who was a longtime biology and ecology teacher at Elk Grove High School (EGHS), died in his Wilton home at the age of 81 on July 30.Born in Turlock on July 30, 1940, Jerry spent more than a half-century living in Wilton, having moved there in 1973 after being hi…
The Elk Grove Planning Commission on Aug. 4 unanimously approved a major design review for the construction of the Bruceville Meadows Townhomes.
A federal jury on Aug. 4 determined that Elk Grove police officers did not use excessive force in a 2016 case where a wrong-way driver died after being in their custody.
Sacramento County Supervisor Don Nottoli on July 29 gave his final State of the County address. He spoke about several issues, including homelessness, the COVID-19 pandemic, water, and county tax measures.
A 39-year-old, armed suspect allegedly robbed three Elk Grove restaurants within a week, starting on July 25. The Galt police pursued and arrested him on Highway 99 in Elk Grove during the evening of July 30 after they discovered that he was driving a stolen vehicle.
The Elk Grove City Council on July 27 unanimously voted to deny an appeal for the 67-unit Oak Rose Apartments supportive housing project for homeless individuals to be built in Old Town Elk Grove.
The Elk Grove Planning Commission on July 21 unanimously approved a major design review for the proposed construction of a four-story hotel on East Stockton Boulevard, near Sheldon Road.
A 100-acre community park is proposed for Elk Grove’s southern border along Kammerer Road. The Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) board on July 20 unanimously voted to allow district officials to finalize an $8 million purchase of two agricultural lots for the park.
Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen, other Sacramento County leaders and a group of construction workers on July 21 gathered in support of the $8.5 billion transportation initiative, Measure A.
The Elk Grove City Council on July 27 voted, 4-1, to adopt a resolution to have a 1-cent per dollar sales tax measure placed on this November’s ballot.
The Elk Grove City Council on July 27 will consider having voters approve a city sales tax increase in this November’s election. The proposed increase is 1 cent per dollar.
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on July 12 reviewed a proposed ballot measure that would have voters decide if their county should tax cannabis and hemp businesses if they are allowed to operate on unincorporated county land.