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They earn how much?

Data on earnings of local municipal employees, including names, pay and benefits gathered by Transparent California – the state’s largest public-sector compensation dat ...

Toby Keith’s in Folsom goes dark

The Folsom country-music-themed restaurant, Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar & Grill, closed its doors abruptly as the news of its pending closure went public Tuesday. Midda ...

El Dorado Hills Community Services District elects board members

The El Dorado Hills Community Services District (CSD) welcomed one new board member and two returning board members to the CSD’s board of directors on Dec. 11. The board also ...

Holiday theft, vandalism hits El Dorado Hills

For many, December is the season for holiday traditions and celebration, but a rise in holiday crime has tarnished some of their holiday spirits. Mike and Ann Root of El Dorado Hi ...

Fire prevention specialist Jukes retires

After six and a half years as a fire prevention specialist for the El Dorado Hills Fire Department, Walter “Wally” Jukes was honored Monday morning with a flag ceremony ...

Caltrans crews recognized for efforts during King Fire

Several maintenance crews from the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) were recognized Dec. 17 for their efforts in managing traffic and helping to keep the public s ...

King Fire Restoration Project welcomes public comment

The Eldorado National Forest is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the King Fire Restoration Project and is inviting public comments on the proposed action. &ldq ...

New chairs elected for Connector JPA board of directors

On Dec. 23, the Capital SouthEast Connector Joint Powers Authority announced that Elk Grove Vice Mayor Pat Hume has been elected chair of the Capital SouthEast Connector JPA board ...

Local law enforcement eye body cameras

With national headlines focusing on the interactions between the police and the public, proposals to issue body cameras to law enforcement officers has generated mixed reaction loc ...

CHP puts emphasis on traffic safety through citations

Jaywalkers last week had another reason to look both ways before crossing the street – especially if they found themselves caught up in the latest traffic safety operation. ...