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CHERP helps residents access PG&E rebates and lower utility bills

This new year, Lincoln homeowners could save a significant chunk of change by making some energy changes to their house. By installing energy-efficient upgrades, including solar, ...

Slew of new rules hit California

More than 900 new laws a slated to take effect today. From the minute to the significant, California residents could have some adjusting to do when it comes to the changes. Here a ...

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 ...

Rural Placer County mandarin orchard preserved

Rural Placer County mandarin grower Rich Ferreira said he’s seen the land around him slowly gentrified over his lifetime. With deep roots in the soil that grows mandarins, l ...

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. ...

Lincoln Theatre Company sets its aspirations high

Not even 6-months-old, the nonprofit Lincoln Theatre Company has a big mission as well as high expectations. The mission is to provide educational opportunities for children and a ...

2014 end-of-the-year review

    JANUARY Upscale senior living facility due 2016 – Work also to begin spring on Summerset assisted-living complex behind Walmart – Senior Li ...

Council’s special closed session meeting Monday considers city manager applicants

Although Lincoln City Hall is closed today and reopens Jan. 5 after the Christmas/New Year holidays, residents can attend the opening part of the Lincoln City Council’s sp ...

South Placer agencies expand use of body cameras

On Jan. 1, Lincoln Police Department officers will begin wearing body cameras. “We’ll use the body cameras discreetly for specific opportunities such as DUI traffic st ...

Lincoln fares OK after last week’s heavy rainstorm

Although Lincoln received 2.14 inches of rain Dec. 11 and 12 during the National Weather Service’s flood watch and high-wind advisory for Placer County, there were no downed ...