Elk Grove city officials informed the Citizen this week that the city’s temporary ban on residential and commercial evictions will not be renewed.

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The Flaming Grill Cafe nearly started from scratch when they reopened their dining room for the first time in two months on May 23.

A 45-year-old driver reportedly crashed into a dairy’s manure storage pond outside Elk Grove during the early morning of May 25. A California Highway Patrol spokesperson described the case as a “stinky situation.”

A ceremony was not held at the Veterans Grove on May 25, due to the novel coronavirus situation. However, the Elk Grove city staff lowered the U.S., POW-MIA, and California state flags to half-staff at sunrise and later raised them to full-staff at noon. They followed advice from Elk Grove’s…

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council on May 26 released the results of its regional survey to determine the impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the government stay-at-home orders on local businesses.

Authorities reportedly that a driver ran a red light and collided with an Elk Grove police vehicle during the morning of May 26. A police sergeant was hospitalized for non-life threatening injuries and he was released later that afternoon, Elk Grove police spokesperson Jason Jimenez said.

Sacramento County public health officials last week permitted restaurants to reopen their dining rooms, as long as they follow safety protocols to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVD-19). Eateries were previously only allowed to offer take-out and delivery services for the past tw…

Early this month, Gov. Gavin Newsom warned that the state could face a $18 billion shortfall in K-12 education funding while the COVID-19 pandemic impacts California’s economy this spring.

A few thousand goats and sheep have spent this spring grazing and clearing away weeds and tall grass along Elk Grove’s creeks. They have 411 acres of land to clean up until the summertime begins and the city’s dry brush becomes fire hazards.

Marie Jachino, executive director of the Elk Grove Food Bank Services, last week told the Citizen that her nonprofit recently considered a site to permanently house its operations.

Wilton Rancheria Chairman Raymond “Chuckie” Hitchcock last week told the Citizen that impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have delayed the beginning of construction on his tribe’s $500 million casino-resort in Elk Grove.

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