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A species of salamander rarely found in the Concow area is picked up during a recent, multi-agency cleanup of a former illegal marijuana garden site.
Retail jobs are up in Butte County compared to this time last year, with some new stores opening and others on the way, Like Sportsman's Wearhouse in the North Valley Plaza in Chico, which was getting a paint job Friday.
American Baptist Women of First Baptist Church of Chico assembled 35 Easter baskets April 15 for foster children through Butte County Children's Services Division.
Habitat for Humanity of Butte County hosted its annual Youth Build Day on April 12. This day allows children ages 8-17 on the construction site to help put in landscaping and building fences.
The Chico City Council took what seems like a bold move Tuesday, telling its firefighters union that it may choose to ask Cal Fire to take over fire services for the city in three years.
The repair of the fountain at the Patrick Ranch is one of the many improvements people can check out while at the Patrick Ranch this weekend for the California Nut Festival.
Don Williams and Shannon Bass trim a new window at Matthew Ormsby's Oroville home Thursday through a Community Action Agency of Butte County program.
Clean out your cabinets April 26 is National Prescription Drug Take-back Day, and there will be collection sites set up throughout Butte County from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Remove pills from bottles and place in a plastic bag.
City Plaza: 6-9 p.m. Keep Chico Creative. Chico State SOTA Productions is taking over the City Plaza as a part of the famous Thursday Night Market.
Chico >> Community organization funding from Community Development Block Grant allocations will be decided Thursday and several past recipients are slated to receive nothing.
File photo from last April shows Cal Fire and The California National Guard practice water rescue training using helicopters at the Thermalito Afterbay.
Butte County Sheriff's Department is looking for a 25-year-old Paradise man after he allegedly fled the scene during a traffic stop on Saturday at about 12:30 p.m. The search for Alex McClintock, 25 of Paradise, began when Butte County Sheriff's Deputy Dan Angel saw a vehicle that he believed may have been connected to some burglaries that have ... (more)
Butte County Superior Court Judge Denny Forland ruled Tuesday there was probable cause to hold defendant Anthony Paul Maxwell, 62, for trial on two felony counts of possessing drugs for sale.
Members of the Site Committee of the Museum of Northern California Art watch as Troy Dye demonstrates his painting technique during the window restoration project on the Veterans Memorial Building.