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Faces and Places: National Night Out in East Sacramento

A heavily armored SWAT vehicle pulls up in front of an East Sacramento craftsman house. There’s also a fire truck, a police car, and an officer strolling the sidewalk with a police dog. Yes, it’s the canine unit. More than

On The Curbs with Paula Peper, Theodore Judah first graders and Compton’s Market

On Wednesday, Jan. 14, East Sacramento Preservation held the first of its speakers series inside of the East Sacramento Room of the Clunie Community Center. The guest speaker was the renown Paula Peper, a nationally recognized award winning ecologist, tree

Lady of the Lake attacked during 8 a.m. routine maintenance

Editor’s Note: Judy McClaver’s extensive time spent speaking with the East Sacramento News, comes on the heels of not only her attack but the various safety issues at McKinley Park that writer Michael Saeltzer discusses in his article in this

East Sacramento residents plead for more access out of McKinley Village

Hundreds of McKinley Village opponents packed the Clunie Center Grand Hall on Monday, Feb. 3 at a community forum hosted by Councilmember Steve Cohn, as traffic and safety issues remain a top concern to many of his constituents, many of

McKinley Village development faces opposition from East Sacramento residents

East Sacramento is home to a 48-acre plot of land that currently lies uncultivated and unused. Plans to turn the area into new housing have failed over the years, but Riverview Capital Investments (RCI) has begun the early stages of

Changes to city waterfowl management practices

Most of us were brought up to feed bread to the waterfowl. In the past the birds would migrate away to the fields and waterways to forage for their nutrition. But most of the waterfowl at the McKinley Park pond