Officials warn that next year’s cuts in water supply could go even deeper as severe drought grips nearly 90 percent of California. Residents of the North Coast and Bay Area conserved more than Southern Californians did.
The search is on to help California farmers find less-thirsty tree crops. But will the experiments come through in time as droughts intensify?
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District Museum of Science and Curiosity revitalizes a historical landmark that will positively impact Sacramento and visitors from other communities.
The University of the Pacific’s three campuses in Stockton, Sacramento and San Francisco have reopened — with COVID-19 vaccinations required.
A step into the forging area of McLellan Blacksmithing in Loomis is, in many ways, a step back in time.
After the disruption of 2020, the push for more collaborative affiliations has become even more urgent. At the core of this evolving model is technology.
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On Sept. 9, the much-beloved Delta restaurant Giusti’s Place burned to the ground, taking a century’s worth of memories with it.
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During her tenure as Sacramento councilwoman and mayor pro tempore, Angelique Ashby has played a role in some major developments for the city.