For those of you who are tired of all the political tv ads, signs, radio, mailers, phone calls, and door knockers there is good news! Tuesday is Election Day! The Nation will be electing a new President, Californians are electing a new U.S. Senator and weighing in on 17 ballot […]
News & Crime Watch
The Cosumnes Fire Department is reporting a school bus overturned at Grant line and Wilton roads. Units are on scene. Details to follow.
The Elk Grove Fine Arts Center is calling all artists to participate in the next two month cycle, November/December of our Community Art Display (CAD) program. There are no membership requirements, just a small fee schedule and NO COMMISSIONS! Receiving dates October 27-29 Show runs November 5 – December 29 […]
The Elk Grove Unified School District is pursuing its first school bond measure to repair and modernize older schools – and possibly build new ones. Measure M would sell $450 million in bonds. The local measure would provide a share of the $1.7 billion the Elk Grove district says it […]
Over 80 pounds of pumpkin pie was devoured in 8 minutes during the third Elk Grove Giant Pumpkin Festival World Pumpkin Pie-Eating Championship on Sunday, October 2. Eleven competitors took the Festival Main Stage on Sunday afternoon, including nine professional eaters as well as Laguna Creek High School football coach […]
Pumpkin and produce growers from all over California gathered in Elk Grove Regional Park on Saturday, Oct. 1 to participate in the Elk Grove Giant Pumpkin Festival’s weigh-off. Russ Pugh, of Santa Rosa, took first place with a pumpkin weighing in at 1,944.5 pounds. His enormous gourd earned him a […]
The City of Elk Grove offers a customer program called Ask Elk Grove. The app and website connect Elk Grove residents directly to specialty-trained customer services representatives that are at the ready to assist with non-emergency requests. A few examples of these requests could be potholes that need repair, mattresses […]