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Locally famous mansion was home to successful laundry owner, photographer, others

Many historic homes can be found in Sacramento, and one of the grandest of these homes is a palatial, 11-room structure at the northeast corner of 21st and T streets. It certainly is not easy to miss seeing this well-preserved

Valley Community Newspapers sales manager leaves legacy

Valley Community Newspapers sales manager Patricia (Patty) Colmer, of Sacramento, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 2 after a tough, eight-month battle with cancer. Patty was a loving wife, aunt, great aunt, auntie, second mother, friend and sister. Born on Oct.

Land Park artist’s latest works dedicated to his late father

Sacramento artist Jeff Myers, whose studio is located in Land Park, is presently presenting a solo art exhibition, titled “The Nature of Droids & Machines.” The works of the show are dedicated to his late father, Tom Myers, who was

Scouts keep 25,000 pounds of material out of local landfills

Members of Boy Scout Troop 802, including the Scouts, their leaders, e-waste committee members, and adults, participated in an e-waste drive at Country Club Plaza Shopping Center on Saturday, Feb. 18. Early in the morning They started setting up at

Middle school students receive well-rounded education at Didion School

Genevieve F. Didion K-8 School will present an opportunity for locals to learn more about this well established school’s middle school grades through a special open house, which is scheduled to be held in the school’s gymnasium on Jan. 18.

Capra Park open house brings kids, farm animals together

Childen of all ages and the young at heart enjoyed a sunny morning “down on the farm” at Capra Park in Carmichael on Oct. 15. The free event included horse and pony rides, friendly farm animals to pet and activities

Carmichael’s 102nd Founders’ Day Sept. 24

Saturday, Sept. 24 will mark Carmichael’s 102nd Founders’ Day Celebration. As it does every year, the Carmichael Recreation and Park District is putting together a party you won’t want to miss. It’s hard to see how they manage it, but

Art photography of Stephen Crowley, Oct. 3 – Nov. 5

When Stephen Crowley left a lucrative career in software sales in the Bay Area in 2006, he knew he was ready for something that would bring more joy and meaning to his life. The dog-eat-dog world of Silicon Valley, frankly,

Defending the shire…Carmichael Park goes medieval

Local Amtgard players gathered at Carmichael Park on Sept. 18 to meet for a day at the “Barony of Thor’s Refuge.” The group features bringing interesting aspects of medieval life to the community at large, through demonstration and educational classes

Old-fashioned fun at Funderland

Children, parents, grandparents and friends enjoyed some good old-fashioned entertainment at Land Park’s Funderland. The amusement park features rides – including teacup rides and a steam train – that are perfect for children ages 2 to 12. Funderland is located