In the 2 1/2 years since the former Tower Records and Tower Books buildings were demolished at the southeastern corner of 16th Street and Broadway in Sacramento, the site has sat vacant. Finally, things could be starting to change.
Mark Otero, founder of the Sacramento-based mobile game company KlickNation, is now working on “Legions & Legends,” a combat roleplaying game and the debut effort from his studio, Azra Games.
The frozen meal company expands its operations following an increase in demand for delivered food options.
Sourdough is having a moment, and so is artisan flour business Capay Mills, thanks to an influx of small business bonds.
Nearly two years into the pandemic, the Crocker’s art park project is being brought back to life, though there are a few hurdles to overcome before breaking ground.
Hal “Tripp” Gibson, an umpire whose last minor league assignment was with AAA Pacific Coast League, worked his first National League Championship Series this year.
Factoring in local matches, a common requirement for federal grant awards, the money could go much further.
The University of the Pacific’s three campuses in Stockton, Sacramento and San Francisco have reopened — with COVID-19 vaccinations required.
After 19 years in Winters, the Center for Land-Based Learning welcomes farmers to a larger home in Woodland.
For the second time, a fire station in downtown Roseville has lost its chance to become a university campus.