Sacramento County Board of Supervisors candidate Steve Ly threatened litigation during a May 11 press conference to challenge mailers containing negative claims against him.
The Elk Grove City Council on May 11 unanimously approved a project that will construct a 387-unit, affordable housing apartment project on 16 acres on the east side of Bruceville Road, just south of Poppy Ridge Road.
With the June primary elections less than a month away, the Citizen presents the following recap of who is running in the races that directly pertain to Elk Grove voters. Sacramento County’s election office began mailing ballots to voters this week.
The Elk Grove Planning Commission on May 5 unanimously approved a project to construct 17 mixed-use buildings on the west side of Railroad Street, about 1,000 feet south of Elk Grove Boulevard.
Sacramento County Board of Supervisors candidate Jaclyn Moreno last week announced that she is among the women who had a legal abortion by way of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that protects women who choose to have an abortion.
Leaders from the Wilton Rancheria spoke at the Elk Grove Chamber of Commerce’s April 29 luncheon. They addressed their tribe’s history and hopes for the future as their Sky River Casino project is expected to open this fall.
The Elk Grove City Council on April 27 unanimously approved $262,610 in funding allocations for community events through the city’s Event Sponsorship Grant (ESG) program for the 2022-23 fiscal year.
About 70 horseback riders and others in carriages rode along the streets of Elk Grove on Sunday afternoon, May 1, in tribute to Elk Grove Motor Officer Ty Lenehan, who died in the line of duty in January.
Crowds watched enactments of American Civil War battles and learned about the war’s history during the annual Civil War Days festival held last weekend at Elk Grove’s Mahon Ranch. For more photographs, visit the Citizen Facebook page. This event was sponsored by the Elk Grove Historical Soc…
Candidates for this June’s Sacramento Board of Supervisors District 5 primary election on April 27 shared their views on a variety of issues, including transportation, a potential, county transit tax, and homelessness.
Elk Grove Food Bank Services (EGFB) on April 26 began operating its food storage and distribution warehouse at its new location at 9888 Kent St., just a short distance from its old facility on Dino Drive.
The Elk Grove Planning Commission on April 21 unanimously supported a proposal for a new, 387-unit, affordable housing apartment project on 16 acres at 10149 Bruceville Road, just south of Poppy Ridge Road.