Monday Apr 14
Development measures circulating in El Dorado County
Six ballot measures in El Dorado County are going through the signature-gathering process, includine one that would require the state to pay for needed expansions to Highway 50. It also wouldl control new development.
Easy Reader News
Tried and True: On solid footing at the California Museum of Fine Art
Art galleries often reflect the people who run them, with local examples being South Bay Contemporary - which is eclectic, impish, playful - and Ego Fine Arts , which is a visual orgy of color and sound with a slap-happy bohemian, joie de vivre attitude.
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Candidates face bigger district boundary
The League of Women Voters of El Dorado County host a forum for the six candidates for District 5 on Monday, April 21. The forum is at the Pollock Pines Camino Community Center from 6-9 p.m. It is open to the public.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
More rain on the way to Sacramento; snow closes schools in foothills
Don't put that umbrella away just yet. A cold Pacific storm is predicted to bring more precipitation to Sacramento on Tuesday – and snow to the higher foothills.
Palo Alto Weekly
El Camino property owners irked by plans for wider sidewalks
An effort by Palo Alto officials to encourage wider sidewalks and to set buildings farther back from El Camino Real is creating anxiety among property owners, some of whom characterize the reforms as an infringement by the city on private property rights.
Mountain View Voice
Editorial: Time for city to address jobs-housing imbalance
Mountain View is in the midst of a tremendous growth spurt that in the next 15 years is likely to bring thousands of new employees to town unless the City Council decides to rein in what seems like an out-of-control phenomenon.
In El Dorado County
Friday deadline to seek Camino board seat
All interested residents of the Camino Union School District are encouraged to apply.
Melissa Black creates Honeycombers to take the stress out of lice removal
The holidays turned itchy some years ago, according to Melissa Black, owner of Honeycombers, a gleamingly clean and charmingly decorated salon on El Camino in Menlo Park dedicated to eradicating lice.
Distinguished Boy Scout leaders recognized
Celebrating leaders - Back row, left to right: Paul Weinhardt, Troop 88, Unit Spark Plug Award; Jeff Wagner, President of Impact Photographics, District Chairman's Community Spirit Award; Jeffrey Freeman, Troop 117, Scoutmaster of the Year; Philip Mosbacher, Crew 88, District Award of Merit; W. Mark Sleeth, Troop 88, District Award of Merit; Diana ... (more)