“Are they better than the utilities in the north? Yeah, probably. But does that mean that they are the gold standard? Absolutely not.”
After a lengthy negotiation period punctuated by a few unofficial leaks, the announcement several years in the making finally happened Monday morning: Sacramento earned a Major League Soccer franchise.
When Jimboy Rabanal moved his family to Stockton’s Yosemite Street Village, he heard the owner of the Yosemite Meat Market had placed the historic business up for sale.
The company recently broke ground on a new Woodland facility that will double its warehouse size and serve as a community hub at the intersections of gourmet food, farm to fork and pollinator support.
During summer months, 6-year-old Hazel keeps busy playing in the office of Huston Textile Company. It’s fitting that she should feel at home here — she is, after all, the inspiration for her parents’ textile milling business.
Comstock’s asked a panel of experts from across the Capital Region to share their thoughts on the issue of homelessness.
Homelessness continues to be a growing issue that affects not just those who are experiencing it, but all of us in the community.
“Succession planning has become more difficult for family-owned businesses as generations break from the family operation to forge their own paths.”
Dimple Records has been a regional fixture for more than four decades. Comstock’s spent several weeks with the family behind the business to learn Dimple’s history: how it started, why they decided to walk away and what comes next.
Just a few years ago, Yolanda Harraway was living in a tent on the streets of Chinatown in Salinas, an agricultural hub struggling with a growing homeless community.