The local chorale group Le Panache will present a free Christmas chorale concert at the West End Theatre on Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 7 p.m.
District 5 Supervisor Jon Kennedy is switching hats and stepping into the city of Portola as his other persona — professional consultant Jon Kennedy.
Interim City Manager Todd Roberts announced at the special City Council meeting Dec. 5 that as of Nov. 18, Kennedy and the city have entered a professional services agreement.
The annual holiday potluck lunch and Christmas concert will take place Tuesday, Dec. 17, at noon in the county courthouse.
Marcy DeMartile, elections coordinator and organizer of the potluck, said the event is open to not only county employees and courthouse friends, but to any resident who would like to contribute a dish to the potluck.
Due to continued struggle with the change in Medi-Cal’s rate structure, some local pharmacies are anticipating removing the state insurance from their accepted payment methods.
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