Baseball fans return to California stadiums
Major League Baseball welcomed spectators back to stadiums for regular season games for the first time since October 2019.
Photos: Not Just a Hobby
Amid a surge in card collecting, a few shops still survive in the Capital Region
Card shops have been declining in number the past 20 years, but
there’s a gold rush in the industry today.
After a Year of COVID
In the year since the pandemic shutdowns began, many businesses have stayed open, and owners are optimistic
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many entrepreneurs feel reasons for hope, both for their companies and the world at large.
Status Check: The Road Back to ‘American Ninja Warrior’
Three Roseville ninjas return to competition after last year’s was postponed
Jose Gomez, Francisco Barajas and Brian Montagnese will travel to Tacoma, Washington, to compete on “American Ninja Warrior” for a chance at an ultimate $1 million prize.
Status Check: Still Moving Ahead at The Railyards
Work is continuing on multiple projects, despite the lead investor in the MLS bid pulling out
A new Kaiser Permanente hospital and a Sacramento County courthouse continue at The Railyards, the largest urban infill development project west of the Mississippi River.
Photos: Hitting the Slopes
Visitors head to Tahoe’s ski resorts with new COVID restrictions in place
California’s Sierra Nevada ski resorts were officially open in
February 2021 after shutting down in March 2020 due to COVID-19
Still Swinging Away
The Next Chapter: After a long baseball career, Greg Vaughn has been flexing his entrepreneurial spirit and giving back
After 15 years as a Major League Baseball player for five teams,
Greg Vaughn now focuses on Vaughn’s Valley Foundation.
Businesses on the Brink
What do basketball, ballet and parties have in common? All 3 live-event industries are in trouble
As pandemic shutdowns intensify, more than a third of jobs in three California industries that rely on events — sports, performing arts and catering — have already disappeared. And they’ve been slower to recover than the state workforce as a whole.
Photos: Collecting Craze
Local custom vehicle enthusiasts take advantage of pandemic downtime
Shelter-in-place orders this year have given the Capital Region’s custom collectible cars community more time to buy, sell and restore their vehicles.
Struggling to Maintain
Months into COVID-19, Sacramento’s downtown businesses persevere
Comstock’s has been following four businesses in Sacramento since March to see how they’re faring amid the pandemic. Here’s how they stand now.