Tag Archives: City of Sacramento

City-owned Chicory Bend beach often a trash-out area

It’s a beach where soft, white sand gets underneath the toes, dogs run free and boaters venture inland to enjoy. To some, it feels like a hidden secret – a beach that not many people know about; and some have

Curtis Park streetlight replacement project to start soon

According to the City of Sacramento Department of Utilities, the Curtis Park Streetlight Replacement project is scheduled to start soon. This project only concerns streetlights in the area bound by East Curtis Drive, Sutterville Road, Franklin Blvd and Curtis Way.

Crime up 50%: East Sacramento residents hear from authorities on safety issues

During the crime and safety meeting sponsored by the City of Sacramento at the Clunie Center Wednesday, Aug. 27, Glen Faulkner, a Pocket area resident and Sacramento Police Executive Lieutenant for East Area Command, told the standing room only crowd

McClatchy Park’s amusement park themed playground nearing completion

Oak Park’s historic James McClatchy Park is presently undergoing a major improvement project, which includes the construction of a new children’s playground that is reminiscent of an amusement park that was once located at that site. That amusement park, which

Over the Fence

A few months ago a woman was scoping out the former Ford’s Hamburger stand on Sutterville Boulevard. I immediately pulled the car over to ask her “What’s up?” In a thick European accent she told me Asian cuisine would be

Hart Senior Center held grand re-opening celebration

Sacramento’s older adults gathered at the Ethel MacLeod Hart Senior Center to sing, dance and make new friends during the Grand Reopening Celebration Open House and Information Fair held on Jan. 16. The event also featured Yoga and Tai Chi

Looking for Friendly Neighbors to Help Elder Neighbors

Local residents needed to form neighborhood-based groups to assist elder neighbors as part of the Caring Neighborhoods Program Sacramento is a city of neighborhoods. Many residents of these neighborhoods are growing older and facing the challenges of living independently and

Darrell’s Notes November

Thank you Captain Schneider Captain Neil Schneider is leaving us, but before he does, I want to personally thank him for his dedication and hard work. I have known Neil for many years and when I was told he was

Over the Fence

A landmark Sacramento business for over 100 years has been sold. The Yorozu, a Japanese gift store on Riverside Blvd has closed its doors due to the death of longtime owner, Eugene Okada, who passed away at age 94 last

Over the Fence

I guess the heavily guarded secret is out….or is it? Raley’s actually WILL be moving on over to the former Capital Nursery spot from its current location on Freeport Boulevard. Or will they? I guess it depends who you ask.