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Bickford Ranch development starting up again

After a 5-year hiatus, the Bickford Ranch development located between Loomis and Lincoln is being revived. Revisions to the Placer County Board of Supervisors- approved plans ...

Mark Fowler scholarship kick-off event seeks volunteers by Friday

Volunteers are needed for the Mark Fowler Community Scholarship Kick-off event on Feb. 21. The event will include a barbeque dinner, a live band, sack races and other activities, ...

Resident sues Lincoln for ADA violations

A disabled Lincoln resident, who has been threatening City Council to sue for almost two years, filed a lawsuit Friday against the city of Lincoln, alleging ADA violations at the M ...

Civic groups poised to oppose sign ordinance at Feb. 24 city council meeting

Just when it seemed that Lincoln’s city staff had crafted a sign ordinance that satisfied the needs of its diverse business community, at least two local civic groups raised ...

Placer County providing sand and sandbags to help residents prepare for heavy rainfall

Placer County officials are making available free sand and sandbags to help residents in unincorporated areas prepare for a storm system that is expected to bring heavy rainfall ...

Disabled resident sues Lincoln for ADA violations

A disabled Lincoln resident filed a lawsuit against the city of Lincoln last Friday alleging ADA violations at the McBean Pavilion. Byron Chapman, a disabilities activist, filed a ...

Back On Bass Fundraiser

Stand Out Talent  was unanimously voted into the Tower Theatre - 417 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678 by the City Council for another 3 years on December 17th,  2014. & ...

California Department of Public Health, Sacramento County Department of Health and Human Services and UC Davis Medical Center - Sacramento Confirm Patient at Hospital has Tested Negative for Ebola

SACRAMENTO – State and local public health and hospital officials have confirmed that the patient transported by specialized ambulance and admitted to UC Davis Medical Center ...

Council puts “bite” in squirrel ordinance

How much trouble can a few fuzzy critters cause? The answer is “a lot,” according to Lincoln city staff. At Tuesday night’s regular City Council meeting, the fi ...