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Nevada City’s Spring St. Neighborhood: An Emerging Arts District

Nevada City’s Spring St. Neighborhood: An Emerging Arts District

LAST YEAR WE WROTE ABOUT an emerging food lovers’ neighborhood on lower Commercial Street in downtown Nevada City, anchored by the farmers market, annual farm-to-table banquet, the Boardwalk and the new Three Forks Bakery & Brewing Co. In the new year, across town, the Spring Street neighborhood is being revitalized. This includes a new building...

Elk Grove News
Elk Grove Proposed Soccer Stadium Plods On – Is Davis Just Trying to Save Face?

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Jan 29, 2015
Elk Grove Proposed Soccer Stadium Plods On – Is Davis Just Trying to Save Face?

January 29, 2015 |

As expected, at last night’s regular meeting, the Elk Grove City Council decided by a 4-1 vote to seek annexation of its 99-acre site that is outside of current city limits, and more significantly, continue its pursuit of a 9,000-seat, $45-million dollar stadium.

For long time observers...

AccessLocal.TV
Open Audition and TV Tryout for 3rd “Sacramento Has Talent” Show

Jan 29, 2015
Open Audition and TV Tryout for 3rd “Sacramento Has Talent” Show

Singers, musicians, dancers and other performers are invited to a “Sacramento Has Talent” open audition Saturday, Feb. 21 at 8:30 a.m. for an opportunity to appear at 1 p.m. in a live-televised Open Audition performance on Access Sacramento cable channel 17. Ten performers during the morning audition will be selected as semi-finalists, and called...

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FOX40
‘Hijab Day’ Draws Unfair Criticism, School Says

Jan 29, 2015
‘Hijab Day’ Draws Unfair Criticism, School Says

NATOMAS – A public charter school in Natomas is receiving scrutiny over a student organized event on campus called Hijab Day. “It’s not school sponsored, it’s not school run, we’re not forcing an opinion on anyone,” Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep Principal Tom Rutten said Wednesday. Rutten told FOX40 Hijab Day was part of a...

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Elk Grove News
Elk Grove Police Arrests Four Suspects With Stolen Credit Cards, Drugs After Shoplifting Incident

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Jan 29, 2015
Elk Grove Police Arrests Four Suspects With Stolen Credit Cards, Drugs After Shoplifting Incident

January 29, 2015 |

An early evening suspected shoplifting incident led to the arrests of four suspects on stolen credit card and narcotics charges.

According to Elk Grove Police, loss prevention employees at the Kohls store on Bruceville Road Calvine Road observed two suspect leaving the establishment without paying for the...

Elk Grove News
Davis Suffers Another Setback, Rebuked on Planning Commission Appointment

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Jan 29, 2015
Davis Suffers Another Setback, Rebuked on Planning Commission Appointment

January 29, 2015 |

Elk Grove Mayor Gary Davis suffered another political setback at last night's Elk Grove City Council meeting. As has been the case with his numerous setbacks, this one involved an appointment to the city's planning commission.

As a last minute addition to the council's special meeting's agenda, Davis sought...

FOX40
Elk Grove Council Votes to Annex Land for Soccer Complex

Jan 28, 2015
Elk Grove Council Votes to Annex Land for Soccer Complex

ELK GROVE- The Elk Grove City Council voted Wednesday night to move forward with a plan tho build a soccer complex. Wednesday’s vote was to annex land just outside city limits to the south, off Highway 99. The application is currently being finalized. The current plan includes 12 fields, a multi-use facility and a...

FOX40
Massive Homeless Count Underway in Sacramento

Jan 28, 2015
Massive Homeless Count Underway in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO- Hundreds of volunteers are counting the homeless population in several California counties this week, including Sacramento, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Yolo. Wednesday night, 400 trained volunteers fanned out, in more than 70 groups escorted by law enforcement, to mapped areas of Sacramento County looking for homeless people to count and survey. In exchange...

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FOX40
Natomas School Board Votes to Send 6th Graders to Middle School

Jan 28, 2015
Natomas School Board Votes to Send 6th Graders to Middle School

NATOMAS- In an effort to alleviate classroom overcrowding, the Natomas Unified Board of Trustees voted unanimously Wednesday to send sixth graders to middle school. The move begins next school year. Natomas Unified has three middle schools: Natomas Gat...

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Rio Linda Online
2015 SAFE Scholarship Program offers $10,000 in scholarships

Jan 28, 2015

Once again, SAFE Credit Union is offering scholarships to exceptional high school seniors. As part of SAFE’s 2015 Scholarship Program, 10 college-bound students will each be awarded $1,000 for their outstanding achievements this spring. Scholarship recipients will be chosen based on exceptional academic achievement, financial need, community involvement, letters of recommendation, and a personal...

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