On one of the signs next to the bridge put up by the HRBCA it says the group is in phase two of the rebuild process– leaving $2.5 million left over.
The Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce is looking into marketing and branding strategies for the town as the population climbs to roughly 9,00…
Town leaders said work is anticipated to start in 2025 and completed by late 2026 or early 2027.
The Paradise Police Dispatch Center is operating Monday to Wednesday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
A CAL FIRE grant was awarded to the Town of Paradise to help property owners enrolled in the Paradise Tree Removal Program.
Trustee Cathy Yanni was in Paradise on Thursday and heard from several business owners, homeowners and local leaders. July marks one year in h…
The insurance company is putting a cap on the number of policies it will write each month.
There were four new sirens added are at Yellowstone Kelly Memorial Trail, Maxwell and Fairview, Pentz and Ely, and Roe and Scottwood.
Chico State President Gayle Hutchinson wrapped up her tenure today. Hutchinson was at the helm during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The application must be submitted by June 30 at 3 p.m.
The sirens were heard loud and clear for some and not at all for others. Only 5 of 21 sirens were active for the exercise. The next test is sc…
The Paradise council approved to requesting more funds through a grant by the California State Water Control Board for the sewer project.
This event will be from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A new program made possible by hazard mitigation funds through FEMA and CalOES will help make homes that survived the Camp Fire more fire-resistant.
A family donated a Polaris Ranger to Butte County Search & Rescue in memory of their son, Joe Rabetoy, who was killed in the Camp Fire.
Simonetti and Luger said that there is no such thing as too much chocolate, "No, no, no, until you barf it up that's it."
The teen center will have two membership drives on May 12 and May 19.
The 18th annual Paradise Chocolate Fest will be returning to the Ridge on Saturday.
Crews broke ground Wednesday on Paradise’s first affordable housing project that will bring 43 apartments and help in the town’s rebuild.
H.R. 176 would include payments to wildfire survivors and other people impacted by man-caused disasters.
New numbers were released from the Town of Paradise on rebuilding after the Camp Fire.
During its meeting Tuesday night, the Paradise Town Council voted to approve the locations of 21 new emergency warning sirens.
PG&E announced Wednesday that it will begin underground power lines in Magalia this week.
That loan money would come from the county’s over $200 Million PG&E settlement fund for projects in the Camp Fire Burn scar.
After more than four years, Paradise remains without a hospital, leaving people 20 to 30 minutes away from the closest hospital.
The festival is meant to educate people of the power a hungry goat can have in mitigating wildfires.