Authorities reported that a 40-year-old Elk Grove resident was found dead in an apparent double homicide incident at a rural road in Sutter County on March 17.
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The Elk Grove City Council’s 2022 denial of a proposed low-income housing project in Old Town Elk Grove was a violation of state laws, according to a letter sent to Elk Grove’s mayor by the office of California Attorney General Rob Bonta.
The public will have to wait at least another year until they can enjoy Elk Grove’s 66-year-old salute to its frontier days.
A proposed sexual health education curriculum will go before the Elk Grove Unified School District board for approval during their special board meeting on March 21. If approved, this material will be taught to 5th and 7th graders.
The most recent winter storms brought heavy rain and strong winds to Elk Grove during the past week.
Both violent crimes and property crimes significantly decreased in Elk Grove from 2021 to 2022, according to the Elk Grove Police Department’s recently released annual report.
The memory of Seth Smith, a Cosumnes Oaks High School graduate, will be celebrated at a crab feed fundraiser in the Portuguese S.E.S. Hall on Saturday, March 18.
The Elk Grove police on March 10 released video footage of the Feb. 21 confrontation that led to an officer firing five rounds at an armed carjacking suspect while the police chased him down a hotel hallway.
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The partially completed Mesa at Laguna Ridge apartment project at Bruceville Road and Elefa Avenue is currently scheduled for completion during the summer of 2024.
Volunteers from the Elk Grove Anti-Trash Community Cleanups Promenade Parkway on March 4 to help clean up the area that bordered a gas station and the Sky River Casino.
During the Elk Grove Unified School District board’s March 7 meeting, several parents protested a drag performance that occurred at a high school assembly on March 3.
About 40 people on Feb. 28 shared their views on how local roads and parks could be improved across Elk Grove. This feedback was collected at the District56 center during the fourth and final public outreach meeting on the city of Elk Grove’s upcoming Measure E sales tax increase.
Five Elk Grove residents, on March 8, were appointed to the city of Elk Grove’s Measure E Citizens’ Oversight Committee.
After 17 years of operation in Elk Grove, Skip’s Music will close the doors of its Elk Grove-Florin Road store on March 31.
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