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Dutch bank comes to Roseville with a blend of the old and new

Apr 13, 2014
Dutch bank comes to Roseville with a blend of the old and new

Rabobank N.A. may be one of the biggest Sacramento-area companies most Sacramentans haven’t heard of. Owned by a Dutch parent company, Rabobank has become a leader in farm lending throughout California.


Walk inside Rabobank’s branch office on Roseville’s Douglas Boulevard, and you’ll find a vintage farm truck that serves as...

FedEx distribution center coming to Roseville

Apr 3, 2014

After quietly working on the project for more than a year, FedEx Corp. said today it’s building a nearly 200,000-square-foot warehouse in Roseville. The facility is expected to open in August.

Roseville’s credit rating improves

Apr 3, 2014

Roseville’s bond rating has been upgraded by Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, a tribute to the strengthening economy. The move will save the city some money when it borrows.

Few farmers immune to impact of epic California drought

Mar 19, 2014
Few farmers immune to impact of epic California drought

When spring arrives, the Central Valley farm fields owned by Harris Ranch normally come to life with tomatoes, lettuce and watermelons. This year, much of the land has been left dry and bare.


“You’re used to going around, seeing everything green,” said Harris executive William Bourdeau, surveying an idled brown...

Lawsuit settled over Homewood redevelopment at Tahoe

Jan 30, 2014
Lawsuit settled over Homewood redevelopment at Tahoe

Developers and environmentalists said Thursday they have settled a lawsuit that blocked a major redevelopment of Lake Tahoe’s Homewood Mountain Resort.



Historic Sacramento building ready to be turned into apartments?

Nov 20, 2013
Historic Sacramento building ready to be turned into apartments?

It’s been a police headquarters, a law library and an office building. It still has bars on some of its windows, and the remnants of a police shooting range.


The old Hall of Justice building at 813 Sixth St. and its extension may be converted from offices to residential, according...

Sacramento’s historic Hall of Justice building sold; may become apartments

Nov 18, 2013
Sacramento’s historic Hall of Justice building sold; may become apartments

Sacramento’s 97-year-old Hall of Justice building has been sold and might get converted to residential use.


The Hall of Justice building in 2001.

The old Hall of Justice building, on Sixth Street between H andI streets, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

McClatchy posts lower second-quarter profit

Jul 25, 2013

Despite progress in its digital initiatives, The McClatchy Co. reported lower profits Thursday as the newspaper industry struggles with a prolonged slide in advertising. Sacramento-based McClatchy, which owns The Bee and 29 other papers, said secon...

Ranadive’s books offer insight on Kings tactics

Jun 29, 2013
Ranadive’s books offer insight on Kings tactics

Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive talks to fans after they Kings drafted Ben McLemore in the 7th round during a draft party at Sleep Train Arena on June 27, 2013 in Sacramento, Calif. Read the story.Vivek Ranadive ignored tradition when he h...

McClatchy reports bigger first-quarter loss

Apr 28, 2013

The McClatchy Co., still trying to fight its way out of an industrywide advertising downturn, reported a first-quarter loss Thursday. McClatchy, which owns The Bee and 29 other daily newspapers, said it lost $12.7 million, or 15 cents a share. That...



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