'Lose The Noose': Placerville Protesters Clash Over Century-Old Hangtown NicknameA protest in Placerville to abolish the “Hangtown” nickname was largely peaceful Friday evening.
Placerville Debates Whether To Remove Noose From City Logo
Placerville Boy Roman Lopez's Disappearance And Death Still A Mystery After 6 MonthsThe mysterious disappearance and death of 11-year-old Roman Lopez still haunts Placerville.
Once-A-Week Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Site To Open At El Dorado County FairgroundsA once-a-week drive-thru coronavirus testing site will open at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds on July 14.
Same Vines, Different Grapes: Boeger Winery Growing New Varietal From The Vine UpAt Boeger Winery in Placerville, they are growing a new varietal of grapes not from the ground up, but rather, from the vine up in a method called grafting.
PG&E Says Public Safety Power Shutoffs Won’t Be As Bad This YearPacific Gas and Electric is telling people to get ready for Public Safety Power Shutoffs, but promising this year won’t be as bad.
Placerville Woman Dies After Driving Vehicle Through Wall Of Garage And Plunging 20 FeetA Placerville woman was killed when her vehicle fell 20 feet from a parking garage and landed on its roof. 
Police Say False Rumors About Looting Spark Fears In El Dorado CountyPlacerville Police and the El Dorado County Sheriff said there have been no credible threats and that false information in running rampant on social media.
Placerville Man Suspected Of Unlawful Sexual Acts With Minors, Police SayA Placerville man arrested on Saturday is accused of committing sexual acts with at least two minors, authorities said.
Placerville Vice Mayor Shares Story After Testing Positive For CoronavirusPlacerville Vice Mayor Dennis Thomas is recovering after testing positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Is Social Pressure Enough to Keep Northern Californians Home?“It’s kind of weird because we need to be separated physically but we need to be united mentally," said Amore Mio Italian Bistro's Mari Sciamanna.