Students feel examples of braille during an ATOU workshop. (Photo courtesy Meghan Adamski)

City of Roseville Grants Help Nonprofits

Granite Bay-based A Touch of Understanding among recipients of grants totaling $400,000

On an August morning during the first week of school, 60 or so 4th grade students of H. Clarke Powers Elementary School in Loomis gather on the floor of the multipurpose room to experience A Touch of Understanding, a Granite Bay-based nonprofit organization that educates children and adults about disabilities to foster inclusive environments.  

Sep 14, 2016 Anna Petkovich

Don’t Let Your Web Presence be an Afterthought

The ubiquity of smartphones in our culture is both a blessing and a curse, as information is right at your fingertips in an instant but getting the correct information can be harder than ever.

Jul 19, 2016 Kelly Azevedo
(Photo courtesy of The California-HighSpeed Rail Authority)

Status Check: High-Speed Rail

In 2014, we reported on the progress of the contentious and embattled California high-speed rail project starting to take shape (“One-Track Mind” by Allen Young, January 2014). We recently checked back in with Jeff Morales, CEO of the California High-Speed Rail Authority, to see where the project is now and why it’s still making headlines.

Jul 1, 2016 Robin Epley