Tag Archives: Riverside Blvd

‘Duck Lady’ saved ducks at Lake Greenhaven more than a half-century ago

It has been five decades since the Greenhaven 70 development began to change the face of the Pocket area immediately south of The Trap, the historic bar at 6125 Riverside Blvd. And included in part of that development was the

Mikey’s Christmas tree lot: Family works together to make a tough living

The Jaco Family has worked hard into the cold night to prepare Christmas trees for the Pocket neighborhood. Tony Jaco, Steven Jaco (son), Heather Johnson (daughter) have been selling Christmas trees for the last four years for owner Tracy Franz

Mystery of the Missing Markers

Editor’s Note: This is part two of a two-part series regarding the history of East Sacramento’s former New Helvetia Cemetery. It has been nearly 162 years since Captain John A. Sutter set aside 10 acres for his establishment’s first formal

The beauty of nature, in miniature

Bonsai Sekiyu Kai of Sacramento presented the 33rd annual show of the Bonsai and Rock Exhibit at the Sacramento Buddhist Church at Betsuin Hall, 2401 Riverside Blvd. on Saturday and Sunday April 3-4. The annual event is a special, unique

Economic expansion on Riverside Blvd.

When Jennifer Benton, Jason Williams and Carol Hernandez began their business two years ago, it was the culmination of a business relationship that had spanned 10 years. Their shop, Artisan Salon, soon built a clientele in its little lot at

December 14, 2017 EditionThe Land Park News markets to one of the most influential neighborhoods in Sacramento. Land Park residents are many of the Sacramento regions’ opinion makers and business leaders. Also among the readers of this publication is Curtis Park;