Community News Picks

Editorial picks featuring items that are primarily of interest to smaller neighborhoods/regions or special groups.

Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Foundation Restaurant & Bar to Replace 4th St. Grill

Sep 19, 2013

Foundation Restaurant & Bar, which bills itself on its Web site as "an up an coming neighborhood eatery with a nostalgic bar from old San Francisco featuring local farm produce, sustainable fresh fish and humanely raised meats," will fill the...

The State Hornet
Pride Center hosts safe zone training to increase LGBQT awareness

The Sacramento State Pride Center will hold a public Safe Zone training Friday in the multicultural center to train people how to be an ally to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities.

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Sep 19, 2013

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FOX40
Cellphone 911 Calls in South Natomas to be Routed Directly to Police

Sep 19, 2013
Cellphone 911 Calls in South Natomas to be Routed Directly to Police

SACRAMENTO COUNTYPolice: Tow Truck Driver Shows Up to Accident Drunk

If you make a wireless phone call to 911 in South Natomas, your call will be routed directly to Sacramento Police dispatch, authorities announced Wednesday.

Usually, if you make a call on a cellphone, you’ll get California...

Indie Sacramento
Vendor Opportunity: YMCA Holiday Craft Fair

Sep 19, 2013

The YMCA teen leadership program is organizing a holiday art, craft, and gift festival on December 15 this year as a fundraiser for their model legislature and court program. They are looking for help reaching out to the local craft and artist commu...

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Davis Vanguard
Prosecution Seeks Extension on Man’s time in Napa State Hospital

Prosecution Seeks Extension on Man’s time in Napa State Hospital

By Catherine McKnight A special proceeding jury trial began Tuesday morning in the case of People v. Humphrey. Casey Humphrey, the defendant, has been in Napa State Hospital since he was in 18 in 2002 and is eligible for release in November of this ye...

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FOX40
Driver Worried about Teens Running Through Busy Natomas Intersection

Sep 18, 2013

NATOMAS–

A concerned driver who lives near Natomas High School just happened to catch some scary images on his personal dashcam Wednesday.

In his video, a long stream of teenagers at the intersection of Truxel and San Juan in Natomas …


Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Fire Closes Zocalo’s Roseville Location

Sep 18, 2013

A late morning fire has closed the Zocalo's location at The Fountains in Roseville, per a press release issued by the Roseville Fire Department. Roseville, CA-September 18th at 10:58 a.m. The Roseville Fire Department responded to a 911 call reporting....

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Sac History Happenings
Steampunk puts sci-fi spin on history

Steampunk puts sci-fi spin on history

Much like Old Sacramento, Virginia City is the kind of place where 19th-century attire – from cowboy hats and western ties to Victorian era bustles and parasols – is never out of style. While the Virginia City Victorian Steampunk Ba...

Sacramento Magazine
Feast at the Fort Sept 21

Sep 18, 2013
Feast at the Fort Sept 21

With Farm to Fork week coming up, there's a plethora of parties, classes and events to attend. The big name event is, of course, the Tower Bridge dinner, but with tickets having sold out only a few hours after going on sale, you'd have to hit up foodie scalpers if you wanted a seat...

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